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Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Past articles by David:

Henry Winkler is auctioning off his Fonz jacket and more 'Happy Days' memorabilia

(CNN) — “Happy Days” star Henry Winkler is auctioning off […] → Read More

Resources and help available for those facing eviction in central Indiana

A new wave of evictions is hitting Indiana courts, but there is hope and help. → Read More

Titanic museum iceberg wall collapses, injuring 3 visitors

A wall of ice collapsed Monday at the Titanic Museum Attraction, injuring three visitors to the popular tourist spot in Tennessee's Smoky Mountains. → Read More

Indianapolis on brink of ending mask mandate, raising restaurant, store capacity to 75%

If approved, this could lift the mask mandate immediately for people who are fully vaccinated. → Read More

Honoring Amarjeet Kaur Johal

Amarjeet Johal's family told News 8 she was one of a kind. If you only met her once, you'd remember her, her son explained. → Read More

Lawmakers seek to limit coronavirus restrictions in Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A fight is brewing in the Indiana General Assembly over the state’s coronavirus restrictions. One Republican state lawmaker says it’s not the government’s role to place such limits. In his eyes, the business owners know what’s best for them. Joseph Ceruti owns his own catering business in Fort Wayne. He testified to state lawmakers this week that from March to December… → Read More

Indiana lawmakers propose COVID-19 lawsuit liability protections bill

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Some Indiana lawmakers are trying to bring a coronavirus lawsuit shield to the state. State lawmakers heard testimony on Senate Bill 1 this week. The bill’s listing among Senate bills for the 2021 legislative session indicates a high priority. The coronavirus pandemic has impacted every part of our lives. As we battle the virus, state lawmakers are talking about liability… → Read More

Target recalls infant and toddler clothes because of possible choking hazard

A Target spokeswoman said no choking incidents have been reported. → Read More

Undercover cops dressed as Santa and his elf fight crime at shopping center

Two suspects ran when they saw the police but were quickly apprehended, according to the post. → Read More

Former library employee accused of stealing $1.3M in printer toner

(CNN) — City auditors in Austin, Texas, say a former … → Read More

IPS parents prepare their students to return to the classroom

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Indianapolis Public School students can soon physically go back into the classroom. The change means parents and students have to start planning next steps, and get ready. COVID-19 hits painfully close to home for Angelia Moore and her family. “We lost a very dear friend. A very dear friend,” said Angelia Moore, the vice president of programming for Edna Martin Christian… → Read More

Fishers Health Department OKs return to in-person learning for some grade levels

Hamilton Southeastern Schools says, "At this time, PreK-4 will be going back to school on September 8 at 50% capacity." → Read More

They lost their mom and dad to coronavirus

(CNN) — Two young brothers from Houston said goodbye to their mother at the beginning of July, not knowing their father would also die 15 days later and for the same reason. Their mother Noehmi Esquivel, 39, and their father Carlos Garcia, 44, both died after fighting the coronavirus, the family confirmed to CNN. Esquivel was taken to the hospital on July 2, and ended up dying the same day, her… → Read More

IMPD: Man shot inside Broad Ripple apartment near Monon Trail

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — An Indianapolis man is recovering after police say he was shot inside a Broad Ripple apartment near the Monon Trail. The call came in just before 9 p.m. Monday night: a person shot on the Monon Trail, near 61st & Carvel in Broad Ripple. “My husband said he heard gunshots,” Katy Kinder, who lives nearby, told News 8. Charlie Wessel saw police in the area and asked… → Read More

Some downtown employees can't work because of damage to businesses from riots

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — There’s an unseen side effect to the damage from this weekend’s violent riots downtown, and it’s certainly being felt. Some downtown businesses are so badly damaged that their employees can’t go back to work. The sound of buzz saws and drills could be heard downtown on Tuesday afternoon. People were still cleaning up the mess from this weekend’s violent riots. “They just… → Read More

Larry David asks 'the idiots out there' to stay home and watch TV in crabby coronavirus PSA

David didn't understand why people aren't heeding that advice. → Read More

1,000+ handwritten cards from sexual assault survivors bring powerful message to statehouse

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — More than 1,000 pink postcards are hanging up inside the Indiana Statehouse Thursday for a reason. They’re calling for legislative action to help lower incidents of sexual assault in Indiana. The handwritten pink cards are real, raw and deeply honest. “Sexual assault and harassment is a prevailing problem in Indiana. I would even describe it as an epidemic. That’s why it’s… → Read More

2 donated sculptures stolen from White River State Park

Indiana State Capitol Police want your help to find who stole two donated sculptures from White River State Park. → Read More

STD rates on the rise in Indiana, US

Teens and young adults are among the most affected, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control. → Read More

Bullet grazes Family Dollar clerk during armed robbery

Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department was sent about 8:10 p.m. Tuesday to the robbery of a business in progress at the Dollar General, 3712 E. 25th St. → Read More