“We just feel crazy blessed that we’re safe and that our house is basically intact.”
A woman brought the animal to a fire station on W. 21st Street around 5:15 p.m.
“The Kokomo Police Department conducted a thorough and professional investigation. It is clear that the officer’s actions were justified.”
When officers arrived, the three suspects fled.
The heat brought dozens of Indy kids out to the splashpads at the park Friday afternoon.
Neighbors said hat they saw lightning moments before the fire began and called it in to police.
Several local exterminators said that over the past couple of days, they’ve answered more calls of concern than normal.
A Kroger employee told 24-hour News 8 that customers were evacuated when water began flowing through the front doors.
50-year-old Lyn Nunemaker of Columbus was taken into custody after allegedly contacting a female child via text message.
Military bases and training centers are just some of the departments that have armed security.
Severe weather slammed Central Indiana Friday afternoon and evening, prompting tornado and thunderstorm warnings around the region.
The tornado warning for Clinton and Tippecanoe counties has expired.
Spraygrounds are free outdoor play areas open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.
NWS predicts temperatures will be in the lower 90s and the heat index values may reach up to 105 degrees.