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UPDATE: IMPD is searching for a missing 4 year old

UPDATE: IMPD is searching for a missing 4 year old

4 year old boy Alex Gomez and his father Angel Diaz have both been located, both are safe and at home. The family has been reunited. INDIANAPOLIS- Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Missing Persons Unit is searching for a 4 year old boy Alex Gomez.  Alex was last seen at the address of 7405 Forrest Lake […]

Indiana Health Officials Announce First Indiana Influenza Death of 2016-2017 Season

Indiana Health Officials Announce First Indiana Influenza Death of 2016-2017 Season

INDIANAPOLIS—State health officials are reporting the first influenza-associated death in Indiana for the 2016-2017 flu season. No additional information about the patient will be released due to privacy laws. State health officials report influenza, or flu, activity is currently minimal in both the state and country. Hoosiers are encouraged to take this time to get a […]

Christmas weekend storm to unfold with snow, wind and severe weather in central US

Christmas weekend storm to unfold with snow, wind and severe weather in central US

AccuWeather Global Weather Center – December 20, 2016  – AccuWeather reports snow, wind and rain could threaten travel over a large part of the central United States this weekend, centered on Christmas Day. While only minor weather-related travel issues are anticipated for much of the nation this week, a large and major storm will develop during the Christmas weekend. […]

IMPD looking for suspect in rape on city’s southwest side

IMPD looking for suspect in rape on city’s southwest side

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) needs the public’s help in locating a suspect wanted in connection to a rape that occurred in mid-September on the city’s southwest side. On Sept. 19, 2016, an officer responded to the report of a rape at the Carriage House Apartments located in the 5600 block of Whitcomb Terrace. […]

Poll: Some parents forgo car seats, other safety measures while traveling

Poll: Some parents forgo car seats, other safety measures while traveling

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Parents’ to-do lists before traveling with toddlers this holiday season may include packing an emergency stock of snacks, activities and wardrobe changes. But what some may not plan for ahead of vacation: accidental poisoning risks, gun safety and Uber rides. A new report from the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s […]

Poppies International, Inc. Recalls Mini Eclairs and Chocolate Covered Cream Puffs Because of Potential Health Risks

Poppies International, Inc. Recalls Mini Eclairs and Chocolate Covered Cream Puffs Because of Potential Health Risks

Poppies International, Inc. of Battleboro, NC is issuing a voluntary recall of all products that were made with custard powder containing affected milk ingredients supplied by a secondary supplier, Valley Milk Products LLC, due to the possible presence of Salmonella.  Although no pathogenic bacteria have been found in any of our ingredients or in any […]

Indiana State Police Removing Abandoned Vehicles from the Interstate

Indiana State Police Removing Abandoned Vehicles from the Interstate

Indianapolis, IN- Indiana State troopers in the Indianapolis District are in the process of towing vehicles that were abandoned in the roadway last night and early this morning during the ice storm and resulting traffic crashes. Troopers are currently towing vehicles that are abandoned in the roadway that are an immediate hazard and impeding traffic. […]

Winter Weather Keeps Troopers Busy Around the State

Winter Weather Keeps Troopers Busy Around the State

Community: Winter Weather Keeps Troopers Busy Around the State Dear George Price, Winter Weather Keeps Troopers Busy Around the State Indianapolis, IN- The light mist and freezing rain that went through Indiana late last night and early this morning kept troopers working multiple traffic crashes and assisting stranded motorists. The statewide calls for service activity […]

600 Yellow Salt Trucks Continue to Fight Freezing Rain, Ice, Traffic

600 Yellow Salt Trucks Continue to Fight Freezing Rain, Ice, Traffic

The Indiana Department of Transportation deployed about 600 yellow salt trucks last night ahead of freezing rain, snow and ice. Yellow trucks continued to battle challenging conditions this morning on interstates, U.S. highways and state routes ahead of rising temperatures. Low temperatures the past few days caused the pavement to remain well below freezing when […]

Sharp rise in breast cancer gene testing after Angelina Jolie’s New York Times editorial

Sharp rise in breast cancer gene testing after Angelina Jolie’s New York Times editorial

There was a sharp increase in breast cancer gene testing among US women immediately after Angelina Jolie’s New York Times editorial, but no change in overall mastectomy rates, finds a study in the Christmas issue of The BMJ. The results suggest that celebrity announcements can influence use of healthcare services, but they may not effectively […]

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