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Marion County (Indiana)

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Top Marion County (Indiana) Articles

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  • UPDATE: Grand Jury investigating another IMPD officer

    UPDATE: Grand Jury investigating another IMPD officer
    UPDATE: Just days after three top IMPD commanders were demoted for their roles in the Bisard crash investigation, the department is bracing for another officer involved in a driving scandal. This one involves a grand jury investigation. Sources tell...
  • IU student attacked; bystanders look, but offer no help

    IU student attacked; bystanders look, but offer no help
    An Indiana University junior, majoring in Business was attacked around 1:00am Saturday morning after leaving a party with a friend at IU Bloomington. The victim wishes to remain anonymous. His family says, bystanders watched the violent ambush unfold...
  • Judge issues partial gag order in Shamus Patton case

    Judge issues partial gag order in Shamus Patton case
    The young man accused of opening fire on a crowd during the Indiana Black Expo's Summer Celebration weekend appeared in court Friday. The judge banned attorneys on both sides of the issue from speaking to the media when the case goes to trial. The...
  • Suspect identified in mass shooting at Indianapolis birthday party

    Suspect identified in mass shooting at Indianapolis birthday party
    The person shot 8 people.  Two people died, six others were injured after the shooting that happened around midnight Tuesday. Straub went on to tell our media partners at WIBC, “The hunt is on.”  He also said they will be relentless in...
  • Mother dies after smoking spice

    Mother dies after smoking spice
    A mother of two is dead after using a synthetic-marijuana laced incense known as "Spice." Now her friends and family want the drug outlawed since more and more people appear to be dying from it. "Yesterday I lost one of the most important people in my...
  • Long lines at school vaccine clinics

    Long lines at school vaccine clinics
    The rush is on for parents to get their children vaccinated before school starts. Marion County Health Department officials report seeing a surge in children at clinics because of new immunization requirements. Parents and their children are waiting in...
  • Mother dog and puppy rescued from busy roadway

    Mother dog and puppy rescued from busy roadway
    Gary Richardson says if he had just been told he would have to take care of a mother dog and her puppy, he'd feel better, but he wasn't so now he's demanding answers from Indianapolis Animal Care and Control. Richardson says it took IACC more than 48-...
  • Accused IMPD officer appears in court

    Accused IMPD officer appears in court
    UPDATE: The IMPD K-9 officer accused of driving his police car while drunk and killing a motorcyclist appeared in Marion County court for the first time Thursday morning. Officer David Bisard and his lawyers arrived in Judge Grant Hawkins' court a few...
  • Timeline of events leading up to deadly crash

    Timeline of events leading up to deadly crash
    The crash happened Friday morning. A fatal collision involving his squad car and a motorcycle.Officer David Bisard's day started like many other working fathers with an oil change for his vehicle. The morning ending in a crash that changed many lives...
  • Mayor, Public Safety, IMPD meet with concerned ministers

    Mayor, Public Safety, IMPD meet with concerned ministers
    UPDATE: It was a meeting between six ministers, the mayor, the deputy mayor, police chief and the director of public safety. "We think we have a good police force but there are some issues," said local minister Clarence Moore. Issue #1: The preachers...
  • Local family knows what West Nile Virus can do

    Local family knows what West Nile Virus can do
    Della Stanley-Green remembers the moment when she gave her full attention to the West Nile Virus. "That was when my brother got it." Stanley-Green's brother, a college professor in Kansas, was lucky his illness did not end in death. The family had weeks...
  • Ex-swim coach sentenced for inappropriate relationship with young swimmer

    Ex-swim coach sentenced for inappropriate relationship with young swimmer
    UPDATE: A Lawrence swim coach who admitted to having an inappropriate relationship with a 14-year-old swimmer will be going to prison. Chris Wheat was sentenced to two 15-year sentences and one six-year sentence for his conviction on three felony counts....