INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – A family’s pet cat is being called a hero for doing something that caught even his owner off-guard. “Binky” stopped a burglar climbing in a window at home. That would-be burglar showed up at a house on Finley Avenue around midnight determined to get in. But the family cat had something else in mind. “I was shocked the first time he started growling,” said Cynthia Kootz, Binky’s owner. Kootz now holds onto her cat when certain company comes by.
INDIANAPOLIS - Indianapolis police are searching for vandals who targeted several churches. "My first thought was kids but who knows," says Judy Borden, a longtime member of at The Sixth Church of Christ, Scientist. Someone used spray paint on the rear brick wall. Borden says officers explained the message they left is common anti-police graffiti.
(WTHR) - Indianapolis police are searching for vandals who targeted several churches. "My first thought was kids but who knows", says Judy Borden, a longtime member of at The Sixth Church of Christ, Scientist. Someone used spray paint on the rear brick wall. Borden says officers explained the message they left is common anti-police graffiti.
The family of Indy Bail Bondsman Byron Frierson share this photo of Him saying Frierson was shot & killed outside 22nd & Illinois St funeral home serving an arrest warrant Friday afternoon @WTHRcom@IMPDnewshttps://t.co/CAliWqsFtQ
On his way back to jail...Acaculpo Joe’s Attack Suspect Maurice Dunlap blamed his alleged Dine & Dash date for the incident that left restaurant owner hospitalized with severe head injuries from their reported fight over unpaid $41 bill @WTHRcom@IMPDnews@AcapulcoJoeshttps://t.co/xq1xSIbCr9
The father of The Lighthouse East student Dalton Bandy who passed away after getting hit hit Thursday morning crossing the street to catch the bus warns other students to be careful!
The Lighthouse East student dead after getting hit on the way to school is 17 year old Dalton Bandy hit Thursday morning at 3119 N Emerson Ave crossing the street to catch the bus.
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