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  • EMT Accused of Fondling Woman in Ambulance

    EMT Accused of Fondling Woman in Ambulance
    INDIANAPOLIS -- Police are searching for an emergency medical technician accused of fondling a patient during an ambulance ride. 27-year old Jason A. Jordan is charged with one count of sexual battery and one count of theft, both felonies. Authorities...
  • Drive-by shooting likely act of road rage

    Drive-by shooting likely act of road rage
    UPDATE: Indiana State Police say an early morning incident that injured two 19 year olds was likely an act of road rage. According to a Boone County Sheriff's Department incident report they, at first, heard three different versions before coming to what...
  • New program aids Hoosier coroners in identifying crime victims

    The new program aims to speed up the process in Marion County The Grant County Coroner's horrible mistake mixing the identities of two Taylor University students after a bus crash forever changed the way coroners identify unrecognizable victims. But...
  • Writer

    WXIN-TV Fox 59 is looking for a full-time News Writer to support Fox59 Morning News, honored as the Best Newscast and Best Spot News Coverage by the Associated Press.  Prior broadcast newsroom experience required.  Effective writing skills essential. ...
  • Road rage crash splits car in two

    Road rage crash splits car in two
    Police have arrested a 24-year-old man after he fled the scene of what they're calling a "road rage" incident. Bertin Avila, 24, was arrested for leaving the the scene of a crash that split has car in two early Friday morning. Avila was driving a...
  • 4-year-old alerts family of burning home

    4-year-old alerts family of burning home
    A 4-year-old is being called a hero thanks to some quick thinking and working smoke detectors. A fire broke out in a home near English and Sherman Drive around 2:45 a.m. Friday. Officials say Tyler Morefield woke up to the sound of the smoke detector...
  • 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...
  • Indianapolis leaders react to mass shooting

    In the wake of a mass shooting, a bittersweet gathering Tuesday evening. A few blocks away in the same neighborhood as the shooting, residents gathered at Frank Young Park for National Night Out against crime. Community church leaders, activists,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • State lawmaker wants to ban Spice

    State lawmaker wants to ban Spice
    A state lawmaker wants Hoosiers to stop selling the drug known as "Spice" which has been linked to at least two deaths in Indiana. Rep. John Barnes plans to introduce the bill in the coming 2011 General Assembly and will outline his legislation in a...
  • Officer Bisard five-time MADD Award recipient

    Officer Bisard five-time MADD Award recipient
    Before working for IMPD, Officer David Bisard worked at the Noblesville Police Department from January 1996 through August 2001.  He had no disciplinary record. In fact, he received five consecutive Mother's Against Drunk Driving (MADD) awards -- making a...