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.
There are now 230 flu deaths reported in Indiana this flu season. The Indiana Department of Health reported 13 additional deaths on Friday. Most of those recently reported deaths, which all involved people 65 and older, occurred in mid-to-late December. Marion County has the most flu deaths on record at 32.
A state trooper is injured after a patrol car was rear-ended on Interstate 465, Twin Peaks is opening a second Indy area location at Greenwood Mall and a judge is considering a motion to remove the death penalty for a man accused of killing an officer, WICR’s Jake McDaniel has today’s information update.
Actor Mike Epps is caught with a firearm at Indianapolis Airport, a man was shot and killed outside Howe High School and Indianapolis bans pet store sales of dogs, cats and rabbits, WICR’s Frankie Cardenas has today’s Spanish information update.
Governor Eric Holcomb releases test results of hazardous waste from Ohio train derailment, house bill aimed at recruiting teachers passed unanimously and an arrest has been made in a deadly shooting of a Lucas Oil Stadium Worker, WICR’s Giselle Valentin has today’s information update.
WICR celebrates first all-female broadcast, Attorney General Todd Rokita accuses clinics of not disclosing risks with gender-affirming care and Indianapolis bans pet store sales of dogs, cats and rabbits, WICR’s Giselle Valentin has today’s information update.
February 16 was a historic day for WICR. For the first time in WICR’s history, there was an all-female broadcast. WICR General Manager Scott Uecker says he’s extremely proud of the young women who stepped forward and that this accomplishment needs to be recognized. “We certainly are going to celebrate this. I’m so proud of […]
A person was killed by Lucas Oil Stadium, Americans were kidnapped in Mexico for their medical procedure and Apple TV drops trailer for ‘Ghosted’, WICR’s Frankie Cardenas has today’s Spanish information update.
One person was killed near Lucas Oil Stadium, a woman from Bloomington was arrested for domestic terrorism and Travis Scott is not turning himself into NYPD, WICR’s Drew Reinke has today’s information update.