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Marion County (Indiana)

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  • Library approves new limits on checkouts

    Library approves new limits on checkouts
    The Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library announced major changes Thursday. The library approved new limits on how many items can be checked out at one time. You will only be allowed to check out 50 items with a library card. That is less than the...
  • Prosectuor's Office terminates Deputy Prosecutor following domestic disturbance

    Prosectuor's Office terminates Deputy Prosecutor following domestic disturbance
    The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office terminated Deputy Prosecutor Kirmille Welbon Thursday. Welbon’s termination comes after an internal investigation. Police said 28-year-old Kirmille Welbon got into a fight with another woman outside...
  • Judge to hear arguments about Brizzi comments

    Judge to hear arguments about Brizzi comments
    Former Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi getting some criticism for comments he made at two murder scenes. The complaint by the Indiana Supreme Court's disciplinary commission accuses Brizzi of making comments about two defendants facing murder...
  • New traffic court to open Monday

    New traffic court to open Monday
    Marion County says moving the traffic court facilities was long overdue. They've abandoned their old digs at 10th and Post Road to a newly renovated facility on the east side, which opens Monday. The new space is designed to handle more people, more...
  • Body found at north side industrial business

    Body found at north side industrial business
    Update:  The Marion County Coroner’s office has identified the victim of this death investigation as Donald Phillips, 20, of Indianapolis. The coroner’s office will perform an autopsy in the morning to determine an exact cause of death....
  • Shake-up in command staff at IMPD

    Shake-up in command staff at IMPD
    An internal memo just released by Police Chief Paul Ciesielski names Deputy Chief Chad Knecht as his chief of staff, a newly created position. Investigations Deputy Chief Bill Benjamin moves to deputy chief of operations.  Commander Cliff Meyers has...
  • City sues negligent landlord

    City sues negligent landlord
    They sit in some of the city's poorest neighborhoods. Homes that are blighted and in serious disrepair. Mail carrier Phil Bellamy looks at them every day on his route on the east side. "It's dominant around this area. It's a shame that people don't...
  • Melina Kennedy announces plan to run for mayor of Indianapolis

    Melina Kennedy announces plan to run for mayor of Indianapolis
    Four years ago an unknown named Greg Ballard won the job of Mayor of Indianapolis by coming out of nowhere. Monday Melina Kennedy said she'd like to send him back from where he came. The former deputy mayor for business development during the Bart...
  • New Indianapolis traffic court building opens for business

    New Indianapolis traffic court building opens for business
    The new court is designed to make the experience less painful and less of a hassle. The new site on the city's east side is about twice as big as the old traffic court. The facility also has a big courtroom that can seat up to 200 people, with closed...
  • School officials to decide closing or delaying school Tuesday

    School officials to decide closing or delaying school Tuesday
    Area school districts are weighing different options heading into Tuesday's potential snow day. Warren Township, Hamilton Southeastern, Lawrence Township, Westfield Washington and other surrounding school systems all have staff who will wake up early...
  • Wells family pleased DUI charges refiled against Bisard

    Wells family pleased DUI charges refiled against Bisard
    UPDATE: Upon hearing news of new charges filed against suspended IMPD officer David Bisard, crash victim Eric Wells' brother Ryan spoke with Fox59 News. "It really is a turn in the favor of justice," said Ryan Wells from Florida. The brothers' mom,...
  • Library could get funding help from Marion County taxes

    Library could get funding help from Marion County taxes
    The Indianapolis Public Library may get a share of Marion County taxes to help cope with falling property tax revenues. The property tax caps are eating into the 85% of the library's budget. Leaders are exploring giving a small cut of the county's...