Frankfort Police Chief Troy Bacon said he’s disappointed but cannot make any other comments about the investigation.
The beer will also be available on draft during games, while supplies last.
Meteorologist Randy Ollis is visiting some fun falls spots around central Indiana this week.
“I never want any runner, jogger or walker to think ‘Every time I put my running shoes on, I’m going to be attacked.’”
Online grocer Peapod released the answer.
You get 15 minutes of playtime. The proceeds benefit the Humane Society of Indianapolis.
The program is currently at Arsenal Tech High School, Pike High School and Providence Cristo Ray High School.
Rochelle Herman-Walrond gave copies of the recordings to the Dr. Phil Show, which plans to air them Thursday and Friday.
The goal was for kids to know what to do when they see a firearm.
“I’m pleased to see the governor’s task force include so many of the recommendations that we’ve been making.”
The attraction has four haunted houses and is in the 2500 block of North Shadeland Avenue.
Among the safety features being added to the areas are speed limit signs, signs telling people how fast they’re driving and rumble strips.
If one of his students did need to be restrained, he said it would have happened differently.
Two men and one woman were shot inside Washington Square Mall Wednesday and police do not believe the shooting was random.