Karen Campbell, WTHR.com

Karen Campbell

WTHR.com

Baltimore, MD, United States

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Past articles by Karen:

Fundraising continues for playground to honor IPS School 57 student killed in crosswalk crash

Hannah Crutchfield died last September after she was hit by a car while walking home from school. → Read More

Jury trials get underway at new Marion County Criminal Justice Campus

The new campus, located at 675 Justice Way, now houses the courts and the jail. → Read More

Crime Stoppers generating more tips to help police solve crimes

Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana said tips are higher than they were five years or even a decade ago. → Read More

Old King Cole building in Indianapolis to become Hilton Motto hotel

Workers will renovate 47,000 square feet of space, and the total cost of the project will be $54 million. → Read More

Pike H.S. students head to world robotics competition

It's the first time in school history the RoboDevils have qualified for the world competition. → Read More

Downtown businesses continue to face challenges, changes

Real estate is booming downtown, but the number of vacant commercial and office space buildings remain, according to the latest State of Downtown report. → Read More

Hoosiers, some politicians push to legalize marijuana

A group of veterans, politicians and other Hoosiers are renewing the push to legalize marijuana in Indiana. → Read More

'Don't add water' | Health professionals give parents tips on dealing with baby formula shortage

Baby formula shortages have forced some retail chains to limit customers to purchasing just three bottles of formula per transaction. → Read More

Some west side neighbors oppose new wastewater treatment facility

The new facility would be constructed at the site of the former Chrysler wastewater treatment plant. → Read More

'THE LUME' at Newfields offers unique yoga experience

Invoke Studio partnered with Newfields to bring the class there, surrounded by Vincent Van Gogh's "The Starry Night." → Read More

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana in need of mentors

The organization said more than 1,000 kids are waiting for a mentor. → Read More

IPS parents want safety, transportation at the forefront of Wednesday's 'State of the District'

IPS' "State of the District" will be held virtually Wednesday, Sept. 22 at 6 p.m. → Read More

Purdue shot put athlete was an Olympian in the making

Chuk Enekwechi had big goals to make it to the Olympics. He was in the Nigerian National Champion in 2016. → Read More

Former foster child raising money to provide hair care products for Black foster girls

Kaylee Thomas' goal is to collect 50 baskets filled with about $30 worth of hair products. → Read More

NCAA extends deadline to have your cutout at Final Four

Each cutout, which will be on display throughout the Final Four, costs $100 to customize a photo, showing your team spirit. The deadline is Tuesday, March 23. → Read More

Westfield man builds 'Star Trek' Enterprise, 'Doctor Who' set in basement

Todd Spann turned an unfinished basement into a sci-fi dream come true. → Read More

Fishers business owner helping people 'find their word' through art therapy

Manasa Nagraj has welcomed countless customers and helped them create a masterpiece or two, transforming unfinished wood into works of art. → Read More

Family says Riley Hospital for Children gave them hope through difficult times

Jameson has had multiple surgeries and several stays at Riley. → Read More

Hoosiers stuck in Florida during Hurricane Sally

A Muncie couple visiting their son in Pensacola is safe, but still waiting to get home after Hurricane Sally stormed through the region. → Read More

Hoosiers divided over having Halloween during coronavirus pandemic

While some parents are on the fence about sending their kids out, others say it all comes down to safety. → Read More