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General News

FBI: FedEx Shooter Motivated By Suicide, Not Bias

Jul 28, 2021
(Pria Mahadevan/WFYI)

Public safety officials announced Wednesday that the man who carried out a mass shooting this spring at an Indianapolis FedEx facility was motivated by suicide, not racial bias.

Friday Recap

Jul 23, 2021
Farah Yousry / Side Effects Public Media

On summer mornings, high schoolers in bright green T-shirts gather on the side of Burdsal Parkway north of downtown Indianapolis. As traffic speeds past, they work on designing and growing a quarter-acre vegetable garden.

There’s okra, corn, beans, tomatoes, dill and mint among other vegetables and herbs. In the middle is a small chicken coop.

While the project will yield fresh food for neighborhood pantries and increase the biodiversity of the soil, it is also a much-needed social outlet for many of the youth.

Friday Recap

Jul 9, 2021
(Indiana Department of Corrections)

The ACLU of Indiana has filed several federal lawsuits on behalf of six prisoners at the Miami Correctional Facility who say they were held under conditions that amounted to cruel and unusual punishment.

Friday Recap

Jul 2, 2021

Ending Domestic Violence

Jun 30, 2021
Ben Thorp / WBAA

The Wabash Township Fire Department Association announced at a board meeting Tuesday that they will not be responding to dispatch calls until Wabash Township Trustee Jennifer Teising agrees to keep the fire department's three paid staff employed. 

Healing Through Art

Jun 28, 2021

Small Earthquake Shakes Parts Of Indiana

Jun 17, 2021
(U.S. Geological Survey)

A 3.8 magnitude earthquake shook parts of Indiana Thursday afternoon. The United States Geological Survey said the epicenter was near Bloomingdale, Indiana -- about 65 miles west of Indianapolis.

The tremors were felt throughout the state, with light to weak shaking reported east of Indianapolis, south of Bloomington and north of Logansport. Light damage was reported west of Bloomingdale and in Illinois.

What's Happening To Local News?

Jun 17, 2021
(Courtesy of Santander Consumer USA)

Thousands of Hoosiers are getting more than $200 each through a settlement between the state and a subprime auto lender.

Stephanie Wiechmann / File Photo

A former Muncie mayor will plead guilty in federal court to taking a bribe for a city contract.

In late 2019, then-Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler was arrested by the FBI while still heading the city.  He was charged with one count of “theft of government services” for, according to the federal investigation, accepting a $5,000 bribe to steer city work to a specific construction firm.

Scott Dixon Secures His Fourth Indy 500 Pole Position

May 24, 2021
Samantha Horton / IPB News

Scott Dixon will start in the pole position for the Indianapolis 500 for a fourth time. The one-time Indy 500 winner hopes to kiss the bricks again this year.

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