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  • Carmel sets national record with 26th consecutive Swimming State title

    Carmel sets national record with 26th consecutive Swimming State title
    The ghosts of United States' swimming greats hang in the rafters of the IUPUI Natatorium, a long line of photo-banners representing some of the best swimmers and divers to grace the famous competition pool in Indianapolis. Often they look down at aspiring...
  • VALENTINE'S DAY SNOWFALL TOTALS

    VALENTINE'S DAY SNOWFALL TOTALS
    Central Indiana picked up some light snow this morning as another minor low pressure system moved through. For the season, we still haven't had a major snow storm.  Indianapolis has officially recorded 9.2" of snow for the season.  Last year, 33.5" of...
  • Firefighters concerned about high water use

    Firefighters concerned about high water use
    The Zionsville fire department issued a statement, Wednesday, expressing concern about high water use in the area. Firefighters are afraid low water pressure could affect their ability to tackle fires. The statement comes after Indianapolis water...
  • Should teachers and students be Facebook friends?

    Should teachers and students be Facebook friends?
    Central Indiana students are getting ready for school by stocking up on usual supplies for reading, writing and arithmetic, but they are also thinking about writing off some Facebook friendships. "I don't really think someone should be able to tell...
  • Central Indiana school start dates

    Central Indiana school start dates
    Alexandria Community School Corporation:  August 19 Anderson Community School Corporation:  August 22 Avon Community Schools:  August 17 Beech Grove Schools:  August 15 Brownsburg Schools:  August 10 Carmel Clay Schools:  August 9 Center Grove Schools: ...
  • Zionsville police chief announces resignation in mist of investigation

    Zionsville police chief announces resignation in mist of investigation
    The police chief in Zionsville, Ind. announced his resignation Wednesday morning.     Rick Dowden’s resignation comes in the midst of an investigation surrounding him. Dowden says he is retiring from law enforcement to pursue opportunities in the...
  • IMPD have suspect wanted in connection to Ohio homicide in custody

    IMPD have suspect wanted in connection to Ohio homicide in custody
    Indianapolis police and the Special Weapons Assault Team (SWAT) have taken a 44-year-old suspect into custody, after a standoff in the northwest side just before 6 am. Police say Keith Wilson is a suspect wanted in connection to the murder of his wife in...
  • Manufacturer of heartworm drug announces medication shortage

    Manufacturer of heartworm drug announces medication shortage
    A potential canine killer is getting harder to fight. Heartworm is a parasitic virus, and there only one manufacturer with a drug to treat advanced stages. However, that drug maker has a problem that is keeping the medicine off vets' shelves. Heartworm...
  • Five suffer non-life threatening injuries in accident on U.S. 421

    Five suffer non-life threatening injuries in accident on U.S. 421
    One person was ejected from a vehicle following a head-on collision in Zionsville Thursday afternoon. The accident happened on U.S. 421 in front of the InterActive Academy at approximately 1:30 p.m. According to police, the driver of a silver...
  • Cases of measles in Central Indiana rise to 14

    Cases of measles in Central Indiana rise to 14
    Officials with the Indiana State Department of Health have confirmed another case of measles in Central Indiana Monday. The total number of confirmed cases has increased to 14.  Health officials said the most recent case was reported on February 17 by...
  • Zionsville referendum would restore 21 teachers, 5 counselors

    Zionsville referendum would restore 21 teachers, 5 counselors
    Zionsville Community Schools are looking to voters to address a general fund deficit. The board unanimously approved placing a school operating referendum on the ballot this May. If approved, the measure would reduce class sizes by restoring 21 teachers...