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Marion County (Indiana)

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  • Body of Louisiana man found in car on northeast side

    Body of Louisiana man found in car on northeast side
    The body of a 35-year-old man from Louisiana was discovered Sunday afternoon in his car in the 5700 block of East 71st Street. The deceased has been identified as Chad Knox. Police are releasing few details about the death investigation at this point....
  • Marion County escapes brunt of storm damage

    Marion County escapes brunt of storm damage
    Marion County escaped Tuesday's storms without much damage. However, some cars were smashed when trees fell but there were no suspected tornado touchdowns. With the persistent winds, some say felt like a major storm. On the east side of Indianapolis,...
  • Democrats, Republicans both pleased with voter turnout

    Democrats, Republicans both pleased with voter turnout
    No major problems have been reported so far at the polling places in Marion County. Some people only had to stand in a short line, before casting their vote while others were in and out.   "We got in and they directed me right in. I'm glad I got my new ID...
  • Arrested While Being Released, Stealing Pills On Wheels, Have A Dump & A Smile

    Arrested While Being Released, Stealing Pills On Wheels, Have A Dump & A Smile
    Arrested While Being Released STORY: This week at the East Market Street jail processing center an inmate who was minutes away from being released opened his mouth and decided to quite cooperating with jailers.  The 28 year-old soon to be ex-inmate...
  • Ex-boyfriend smothered mistress, lit baby daughter on fire

    Ex-boyfriend smothered mistress, lit baby daughter on fire
    UPDATE: A member of the National Guard has been arrested and is accused of killing the woman he was having an affair with and the nine-month-old child they shared. According to a Marion County court documents Joshwa Carlisle, 22, killed Tracie Shannon...
  • Carmel joins other cities in banning 'spice' sales

    Carmel joins other cities in banning 'spice' sales
    You can now add the City of Carmel to the growing list of Indiana cities banning the sale of the synthetic marijuana known as "spice." At the city council meeting Monday night, a representative from Carmel Clay schools expanded on the problems of spice...
  • Marion County has second highest dropout rate in the country

    Marion County has second highest dropout rate in the country
    It's a staggering statistic, only 73.8% of students in Marion County graduated from high school last year, making it the second highest dropout rate in the country. The high school drop-out rate is not simply the concern of the student, the family, or...
  • Fox59 Investigation: Unsafe elevators

    Fox59 Investigation: Unsafe elevators
    Last year a five-year-old boy fell down an elevator shaft in Atlanta, Georgia. The door slipped off its track.  t was a problem mechanics previously wrote up four times. The boy was not seriously hurt. Andrew Polakowski wasn't as lucky. Four years...
  • Prostitutes accuse officer of sexual attacks in court building

    Prostitutes accuse officer of sexual attacks in court building
    An Indianapolis Community Court crew leader now has a court date of his own. Scott Downin, 32, was arrested November 23rd after being accused of intimidating defendants who were court ordered to perform community service. An Indianapolis Community...
  • Crews work to keep roads clear

    Crews work to keep roads clear
    Salt trucks all over Central Indiana battled below freezing temperatures Saturday night during the season’s first real snowfall. The city's snow force and the state highway department were confident about their efforts. 75 trucks were on city...
  • IPS decides to run on normal schedule

    IPS decides to run on normal schedule
    Fox59 News received more than 250 closings and delays Monday, as frigid temperatures along with blowing and drifting snow made travel dangerous for school buses. Most of the schools who decided to close for the delay were those located in surrounding...
  • Cell phone scheme puts local company out of business

    Cell phone scheme puts local company out of business
    Wal-Mart employees have not only cost the retail giant thousands of dollars but have also put a local company out of business. It all surrounds a scheme they set up to steal and sell dozens of cell phones. It took more than three months of...