Race car enthusiasts got to enjoy a special gift meant for soon-to-be retired driver Tony Stewart.
It happened early Monday morning at a home on Grampian Way, on Indy’s northwest side.
Police have not released any more information as to where or how she was found.
On July 5, in the aftermath of the celebrations, shelters are taking in scared, lost dogs.
Senior citizens started reporting missing money and medicine after visits from a home health care worker in May and June.
The announcement was posted to social media Tuesday evening, saying the decision comes after consulting with counsel.
The accident occurred shortly after 5 p.m.
Police reports show the robberies both happened within five miles of each other on the east side of Indianapolis.
Gregg also received an endorsement Tuesday from Carrier workers in the race for governor.
“I couldn’t believe it,” Sheridan resident Deborah Crist said.
The Indiana Supreme Court found Tuesday that the state is entitled to a change of judge, and said its opinion “is final.”
IMPD responded to a crash on Tuesday around 2:20 p.m.
The shelter posted on its Facebook and Twitter pages Tuesday that almost 100 lost pets were collected over the weekend.
The robbery took place at the Sunoco station located at 624 East Lewis Street.