A woman is charged after a child eats THC-infused gummies, a man is charged after allegedly biting a newborn and a Fishers man is facing nine felony child pornography charges, WICR’s Giselle Valentin has today’s information update.
Shipments of hazardous waste from train derailment into Indiana resume, a Brownsburg couple is charged in connection to January 6 Capitol Riots and a former New Castle police officer’s trial is rescheduled, WICR’s Giselle Valentin has today’s information update.
A man is charged for a teen’s shooting death at Castleton Square Mall, Edison School of the Arts Executive Director & CEO is terminated and Indianapolis Public Library Board Trustee is resigning, WICR’s Giselle Valentin has today’s information update.
This week is Severe Weather Preparedness Week, a Pike Township bus driver is accused of choking a student and three people are arrested in marijuana busts at Indianapolis International Airport, WICR’s Giselle Valentin has today’s information update.
Indianapolis mayoral candidates are discussing major issues prior to the May 2nd primary elections. On Sunday evening, First Trinity Church hosted a forum. Democrats Bob Kern, Clif Marsiglio and Larry Vaugh took part in the event, as did Republicans John Couch, James Jackson, Abdul-Hakim Shabazz and Jefferson Shreve. Candidates discussed economic, housing, education and criminal […]
Ascension St. Vincent Women’s Hospital is adding a space where breast milk can be donated. Donations will be collected by The Milk Depot and distributed to a hospital or a qualified outpatient facility. The objective is to increase infants’ access to the milk they need. The facility will be open from 8 to 10 a.m. […]
A Pike Township bus driver is on administrative leave after being arrested. Leslie Sea is facing felony charges after being accused of choking a student on the bus. When the student attempted to exit the bus too soon after the route was changed, according to the police, Sea grabbed him. The student is expected to […]
Governor Eric Holcomb has proclaimed this week to be Severe Weather Preparedness Week. The main event of the week is the statewide tornado drill that took place today at 10:15 a.m. Warning Coordination Meteorologist Sam Lashley says he hopes people will take it seriously and think about okay if this were a real thing. […]
A child is unharmed after getting his arm stuck in a prize vending machine. It happened at Western Bowl on the west side of Indianapolis on Saturday. The boy was trying to retrieve a toy that had become stuck when he required extrication. He was checked by an ambulance after being freed from the machine.
A man shot by Jeffersonville officers dies from injuries, a child is uninjured after his arm is stuck in a prize vending machine and Indiana flu deaths rise to 230, with 32 in Marion County, WICR’s Giselle Valentin has today’s information update.