Monthly Archives: August 2017

Estate sale for Scott Jones, inventor of voicemail and founder of ChaCha

CARMEL, Ind. (WTHR) – Voicemail inventor Scott Jones’ Carmel estate is about to go up for sale. Jones has lived in Hawaii for the past several years, and he has… Read more »

19-year-old arrested in connection with murder of man found shot to death in car

INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis police apprehended a 19-year-old murder suspect Wednesday in connection with the fatal shooting of Tyson Herring earlier this month. Alfonso Lavon Sargent, 19, was formally charged with… Read more »

Indianapolis police searching for man wanted in rape, murder investigation out of Kentucky

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Homicide detectives in Indianapolis are searching for a man who is wanted for questioning in connection with the murder and rape of an elderly woman in Somerset,… Read more »

Gov. Holcomb approves deployments, resources to help with Harvey relief efforts

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb authorized the deployment of Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) and Department of Natural Resources (DNR) support and resources to assist in Tropical Storm Harvey relief… Read more »

IPS teacher collects school uniform donations for Arsenal Tech students

INDIANAPOLIS – A teacher at Arsenal Technical High School has started collecting donations for students who are unable to attend class because they can’t afford the cost of uniforms. IPS… Read more »

ISP trooper in ‘very serious condition’ after being struck on I-865 eastbound

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – An Indiana State Police trooper was seriously injured after being struck on the interstate Monday morning. The crash happened on I-865 eastbound near the I-465 southbound ramp… Read more »

Enjoy 45 breweries and guests at Broad Ripple Beer Fest

INDIANAPOLIS — The Brewers of Indiana Guild has announced another beer festival for central Indiana — this time in Broad Ripple. The Broad Ripple Beer Fest will take place Saturday,… Read more »

IU’s Allen sees Ohio State opener as ‘breakthrough’ opportunity for program

Indiana University football will host the biggest home opener in program history Thursday night as No. 2 Ohio State visits Memorial Stadium. This also marks Tom Allen’s first full season… Read more »

Joel Osteen responds to accusations of closing church doors to Harvey evacuees

Houston’s Lakewood Church has issued a statement regarding its response to Hurricane Harvey after being roundly accused on social media of refusing to open its doors to Hurricane Harvey evacuees…. Read more »

Joel Osteen’s Houston Megachurch Blasted For Closing As Thousands Are Displaced

Hurricane Harvey has dumped over 30 inches of rain throughout parts of Southeast Texas since it made landfall on Friday evening. The storm and ensuing flooding have left at least 300,000 people… Read more »