A vehicle on northbound I-465 has caught on fire at 41.4-mile marker.
According to police, the Village Pantry convenience located at 900 N. 14th Street in Lafayette was robbed after a white male entered the con…
The suspect was dressed in dark clothing and a stocking cap when he committed the crime.
Starting at 3:30 a.m. the five drivers each take a designated part of the city to see how the roads are holding up in the snow.
Some school districts have already enacted closings or delays, but parents are preparing for neither of those options to happen.
“It’s Indiana weather,” Public Safety Director Troy Riggs said. “We just want to be ready.”
“This kind of fight in a mall could escalate into gun violence in the mall or outside the mall,” Rev. Charles Harrison said.
One INDOT driver said his biggest concern isn’t clearing the snow off the roads, but other drivers who are out on the road.
The suspect fled the scene without taking any cash.
It happened Jan. 2 around 3:30 p.m. at the Regions Bank located at 6910 South Emerson Avenue.
Monday morning gas prices were about 40 cents a gallon less than the state average.
Indianapolis police say they’ve received several reports of stolen cars since the temperatures dropped.
Some in the crowd did take cellphone video of the brawl, and IMPD is reviewing the footage to determine if there will be an arrest.
Sometime between 5 p.m. Dec. 30 and 8:35 a.m. Dec. 21, Hagan Auto Sales was burglarized and had a vehicle taken.