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    Getty Indianapolis Colts second-round pick Alec Pierce performed well at rookie minicamp. Alec Pierce and Michael Young Jr. played two years together at Cincinnati. As seniors, they helped the Bearcats become the first non-Power 5 program to earn a spot in the College Football Playoffs. In 2022, Pierce and Young are trying to play together again for the Indianapolis Colts. Pierce, who the Colts drafted in the second round with their first pick of the 2022 NFL Draft, will certainly be on the Indianapolis roster. Young, an undrafted free agent, will have to earn a spot over the summer. But Young has bloodlines working in his favor. ALL the latest Colts news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Colts newsletter here! Join Heavy on Colts! Colts Family Ties for Michael Young Jr.Just before winning its last Super Bowl, Indianapolis drafted running back Joseph Addai at No. 30 overall in the first round of the 2006 NFL Draft. It just so happens that Addai is Young’s uncle. The Bearcats wide receiver called his uncle immediately after...
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — British driver Stefan Wilson spent an entire year searching for a spot in this year’s Indianapolis 500 field. The journey proved equally challenging for team owners Don Cusick and Elton Julian — until they joined forces. On Thursday, the trio announced it solved two problems by putting the 32-year-old Wilson in the No. 25 Chevrolet, giving race organizers a 33rd entrant and almost certainly a full starting grid for the May 29 race. “It’s been a journey,” Wilson said. “We began work on this June 1st of last year. We had these plans that should have been so easy and it just didn’t end up that way. There was, I think, a time when we all sort of had given up. But I carried on working, carried on making calls.” And now the IndyCar veteran will be rewarded with another chance to compete in “the greatest spectacle in racing” after finishing 33rd last year. Getting here, though, required some unusual twists and turns including a two-plus hour meeting in the California desert between Julian and Cusick as...
    AT least six people have been killed in a spate of gun violence that rocked Indianapolis over the weekend. Mom-of-one Naya Ruffin, 22, who was shot and killed on Friday night, is among the victims. 1At least six people were killed as a spate of gun violence rocked Indianapolis over weekendCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk Medics found her with a gunshot wound near an apartment complex in Indianapolis. She died shortly after being taken to hospital, the Indianapolis Star reported. Coroners revealed her cause of death was a gunshot wound. Cops believe the attack was targeted but revealed there’s no threat to the public. read more on shootingsfatal shootings At least 8 people dead & 14 others injured as violence erupts in major cityGUNNED DOWN Ex-cop charged with murder for 'fatally shooting boy, 12, in back as he ran' Ruffin, a university graduate, leaves behind her child Novah who has not even turned two. The shooting is being investigated by cops and no extra information about the killing has been revealed. Cops have not disclosed any information...
    Getty Indianapolis Colts media raved about the draft picks Chris Ballard made on Day 2 of the 2022 NFL Draft. The Indianapolis Colts didn’t have a first-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. But the early indication is general manager Chris Ballard more than made up for the lack of a first-rounder with a stellar Day 2 at this year’s draft. The early reaction from media members who follow the Colts is that Ballard and the organization had a terrific night on Day 2 picking talented prospects that fill needs. Count NFL Draft analyst Louis Riddick of ESPN as a fan of Indianapolis’ draft picks on Day 2 as well. To conclude the Day 2 ESPN draft broadcast, Riddick mentioned the Colts as a team that can make some noise this season with its second and third-round picks. ALL the latest Colts news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Colts newsletter here! Join Heavy on Colts! Indianapolis Colts Make Four Picks on Day 2 of the 2022 NFL DraftTo begin the night, Ballard traded back...
    (CNN)The families of five of the eight people killed in a shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis last year have filed a lawsuit against the company alleging wrongful death and negligence.According to the lawsuit filed Monday in the US District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, the plaintiffs claim FedEx could have prevented the incident, and failed to have adequate security measures in place, including properly trained security personnel. The "Defendants had a duty to ensure appropriate and reasonable policies, procedures, guidelines and training were in place to warn, and then initiate reasonable measures to protect employees and others lawfully on the premises from a dangerous condition or situation, including an active shooter, on the premises," the suit says. Eight people were killed and multiple others injured when former employee Brandon Hole, 19, opened fire at a FedEx Ground facility around 11 p.m. on April 15, 2021, police said. Hole then killed himself, officials said.The plaintiffs are seeking compensation in the form of unspecified damages and a jury trial, according to the lawsuit.Read More"During his (Hole's) employment by...
    (CNN)An apparent fight at a birthday party in Indianapolis devolved into shooting that left one person dead and four others wounded, police said. Around 3:20 a.m. Sunday, officers responded to a banquet hall in the 4200 block of 38th Street, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Lt. Shane Foley said. "Preliminarily, detectives believe a birthday party was taking place at the event hall when a fight occurred and shots were fired," the police department said in a statement. "Shots were fired both inside and outside the building. There are no individuals detained reference this incident."Five people were shot -- including one fatally -- in Indianapolis on Sunday, police say.One man died at the scene, Foley said. Four other people were taken to hospitals with what police believe are non-life-threatening injuries. Read MoreAnyone with information about the shooting can contact Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana anonymously at 317-262-8477. Information leading to a felony arrest could be eligible for a $1,000 reward.
    A PERSON has been shot dead and five others injured during a fight at a birthday party. Cops from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department responded to a banquet hall in the 4200 block of W. 38th St. just after 3.15am Sunday. 2One man was found dead and five other people were injured at the banquet hallCredit: 13 wthr 2No information about the suspect has been releasedCredit: 13 wthr Officers arrived to find a man deceased inside a business. Four more men and one woman were also injured in the shooting. IMPD said they are not certain of the name of the business where the shooting occurred. No information has been released regarding a possible suspect. Most read in NewsSICK PLOT Mystery of man gunned down while walking dog solved after elaborate 'coverup'WATER TRAGEDY Mystery as snorkeler dies after family heard her screaming in the waterCAN WORDS KILL? 7 shock details in Michelle Carter case as boyfriend's final texts revealed'I DON'T WANT TO BE WITH DAD' Chilling words of daughter, 4, before mom found dead & buried More to follow... For...
    Getty Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay says the team is "looking hard" to sign a defensive veteran. The Indianapolis Colts have been relatively quiet in free agency considering they entered free agency with the most cap space in the NFL. But from what Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay said during an interview with Colts.com on March 31, Indianapolis may not be done in free agency. “There could be — it would have to be at the right price because we don’t have much cap room — an addition that excites some. But we’ll see,” Irsay said. “It’s possible. I know Chris Ballard is looking hard at that, trying to find the right individual. It has to be the right guy at the right number. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness “One more veteran possibly to come in and make a big difference.” ALL the latest Colts news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Colts newsletter here! Join Heavy on Colts! Big-Named Defenders Remaining in NFL Free...
    BRADENTON, Fla. (AP) — Pittsburgh Pirates prospect Oneil Cruz will start the season in the minors. The team optioned the towering 6-foot-7 shortstop to Triple-A Indianapolis on Tuesday. While the 23-year-old Cruz had put together a solid spring training — going 5 for 15 with two home runs in Grapefruit League play — manager Derek Shelton said the team believes Cruz needs a little more experience before being called up for good. Cruz hit a home run last October in a brief big league cameo. “It was a development decision,” Shelton said. “There’s still room for development and still things that we feel he can maximize on.” Cruz played 63 games at Double-A Altoona and six with Indianapolis before being called up to the majors at the end of the season. Shelton pointed to that lack of experience as one of the reasons to send Cruz down. “We feel that he’s going to have a major impact on the Pirates,” Shelton said. “But right now, we feel like there’s things for him to do moving forward (in Indianapolis) that’s going...
    Getty Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay said that the team explorer acquiring a young signal caller through a trade this offseason. In an offseason without many top quarterbacks available in free agency, the Indianapolis Colts did well to land veteran signal caller Matt Ryan for only a third-round pick. But Colts owner Jim Irsay revealed Tuesday at the NFL’s annual owner meetings that Ryan was far from the only quarterback on Indianapolis’ radar. Colts Insider Joel A. Erickson of the Indianapolis Star reports the Colts “were determined to explore every opportunity” at quarterback this offseason. That included trading multiple first-round picks to acquire a young signal caller. “You know we looked at a young guy or two, it was probably one, but really, in the end, he wasn’t available, after all was said and done,” Irsay said. “For a number of other things happening, reasons, it would have had to been something else happening to make him available.” Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness Irsay did not...
    A Walmart distribution center near Indianapolis was engulfed in flames on Wednesday, sending black smoke that was so thick that it reportedly registered on the weather radar. The distribution center, located northwest of Indianapolis, caught on fire before 1:30 P.M. local time. Photos shared by Plainfield Fire Department showing the building’s roof on fire, WHIO reported. Photos and video of the fire were shared to social media: BREAKING NEWS: Plainfield Walmart Distribution Center up in flames. Story via IndyStar.com—> https://t.co/yEfEU5f5UH pic.twitter.com/4I0TQ3JeBl — Clark Wade (@ClarkWade34) March 16, 2022 Video continued pic.twitter.com/2zDffBbf4Q — 93 WIBC Indianapolis (@93wibc) March 16, 2022 #BREAKING: Plume of smoke pouring into the sky here in #Plainfield as firefighters continue to battle a massive fire at a Walmart Distribution Center. @FOX59 @CBS4Indy pic.twitter.com/KBpqKcVzbu — Courtney Spinelli (@CourtSpinelliTV) March 16, 2022 Huge Walmart Distribution Center fire on the west side of Indianapolis showing up on Live Guardian Radar. #INwx #nwsind @CBS4Indy @WJJK1045 @939xindy pic.twitter.com/t8tj9vSpoC — Chris Wright (@ChrisWrightCBS4) March 16, 2022 A fire at the wal-mart distribution center in Plainfield is impacting surrounding neighborhoods. Stick with ⁦@wrtv⁩ for the updates....
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indianapolis police said they are searching for a suspect who shot and wounded two men Saturday inside a Jewish community center in an apparent dispute connected to a basketball game. Lt. Shane Foley said investigators do not believe there was any religious motivation connected to the shooting. “We will certainly investigate,” Foley said. “Being that it was at the Jewish Community Center, that is a concern that our residents and neighbors are going to have. But we are confident at this point in sharing that information.” According to the center’s website, membership is open to people of all religions. It includes access to a fitness center, exercise classes, multiple pools and gymnasiums along with other facilities. The Indianapolis Star reported that upset parents looking for their children at the center were directed to pick them up from a classroom. Investigators believe the suspect had left the center and the surrounding area by mid-afternoon. Foley said both of the wounded men were in stable condition at a hospital. Police did not immediately release...
    TWO people were shot at a Jewish community center in Indianapolis on Saturday. Police said the victims were in stable condition after shots were fired at JCC Indianapolis around 2pm local time. 1Police are investigating a shooting at an Indiana Jewish Community CenterCredit: jcc Indianapolis Investigators told local news outlet IndyStar that the shooting may have been related to an argument during a basketball game at the community center. Police said they do not believe the incident was a hate crime. Parents gathered outside the center before they were directed to a classroom at the property. The investigation into the shooting is ongoing. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online.The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sport news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun.
    Sometimes in life, you get the opportunity to write the final chapter in your book; for Stetson Bennett, he’s not done his. The Georgia quarterback announced on Wednesday night that he would be returning for one more season. The fifth-year QB had the opportunity to end his collegiate career with a National Championship, but now he’s looking to add one more championship to his trophy case, returning for a sixth year. The savvy veteran took over the starting position from JT Daniels and never gave the coaches a reason to take it away. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Georgia head coach Kirby Smart celebrates with Stetson Bennett after the College Football Playoff championship football game against Alabama Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022, in Indianapolis. Georgia won 33-18. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings) Bennett made his announcement just over an hour after JT Daniels officially entered the transfer portal. After leading the Bulldogs to a perfect regular season, he sought redemption in the playoffs, leading his team to a huge win over Michigan, which gave Georgia another opportunity at Alabama....
    Georgia football fans enjoying the city of Indianapolis ahead of the CFP National Championship game got into trouble for barking too loudly. When Georgia football clinched their place in the CFP title game, restaurant owners in Indianapolis should have realized their city would be overrun by Bulldogs fans. And when Bulldogs fans gather, they bark. That’s what happened at St. Elmo Steak House in Indianapolis on Sunday night when a group of Georgia fans started a celebratory chant.Barking Georgia football fans got the cops called on themThey are calling the Dawgs in Indianapolis landmark St. Elmos I cant take you people anywhere ???? pic.twitter.com/ml6eV4uZGZ — Radi Nabulsi (@RadiNabulsi) January 10, 2022 Of course, this wasn’t Athens, so when the large group of people started chanting and barking in unison, someone called the cops on them. The cops showed up pic.twitter.com/woCYb2wxxF — Radi Nabulsi (@RadiNabulsi) January 10, 2022 It doesn’t look like anything more happened. The police arrived and calmed things down. Those fans will get to cheer and bark to their heart’s content on Monday night when...
    Georgia fans arrived to Indianapolis in droves over the weekend and they were intent on making themselves heard ahead of Monday’s national championship game against Alabama. For many, one of their first stops was Indianapolis’ famous St. Elmo’s steakhouse, where it seemed like a busload of Georgia fans ended up Saturday night. While at the fine dining eatery, Georgia fans began chanting and barking in unison. Among the diners was Georgia sports reporter Radi Nabulsi, who shared video of the fanfare on social media. They are calling the Dawgs in Indianapolis landmark St. Elmos I can’t take you people anywhere ???? pic.twitter.com/ml6eV4uZGZ — Radi Nabulsi (@RadiNabulsi) January 10, 2022 “Ain’t nothing finer in the land, than a drunk, obnoxious Georgia fan,” one fan can be heard yelling in the video, prompting others to join in with “GO DAWGS!” That might fly in a Georgia bar, but not all Indy locals were thrilled with the takeover of the city’s oldest steakhouse. While much of the dining room joined the ruckus, at least one person was so displeased with the...
    A man was arrested after being accused of making a bomb threat to try and jump the line to get into a free Doja Cat concert in Indianapolis Saturday night.  The concert featuring Doja Cat and pop band AJR was being held to coincide with Monday night's College Football Playoff National Championship Monday night between Georgia and Alabama.  Police in Indianapolis were investigating in the security line For AT&T's Playoff Playlist Live! at Monument Circle. They determined quickly that it was a false alarm after witnesses told police about the man who claimed he was armed.    'IMPD officers responded, searched his bag and did not find an explosive,' the Indianapolis Police Department tweeted. 'The man had unrelated outstanding warrants and was immediately arrested for those.'  Doja Cat (pictured) performed a free concert outdoors in Indianapolis Saturday as part of the festivities for the College Football Playoff National Championship People waited outside for hours for the show, which was interrupted and cleared out for 20 minutes due to a bomb threat The show went on as planned, with thousands in attendance...
    A "BOMB threat" at Doja Cat's concert in Indianapolis, Indiana, left fans terrified as a man allegedly claimed to have explosives. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department spokesperson Officer William Young said the incident took place as people were waiting for the gates to open for the AT&T Playoff Playlist Live! event on Saturday. 3The 'bomb threat' scared Doja Cat fans on SaturdayCredit: Getty 3The incident took place as people waited to get through security for AT&T's Playoff Playlist Live at Monument CircleCredit: Downtown Indy Following the incident, the official Twitter account of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) tweeted: "IMPD has arrested a man who was trying to get through the security line for AT&T's Playoff Playlist Live at Monument Circle. "Nearby witnesses told police the individual said he had an explosive on him. "IMPD officers responded, searched his bag and did not find an explosive." Most read in The US SunICON LOST Betty White's cause of death revealed after screen legend passed away at 99CRISIS LOOMING? Meat & egg shortages fears after reports ‘bare shelves’ amid Omicron casesTRISTAN WHO? Tristan’s...
    DOJA CAT is set to perform at the AT&T Playoff Playlist Live! concert series on Saturday, January 8, 2022. A man was arrested in line for the show in Indianapolis. 1A man was arrested outside of a Doja Cat concert What happened at the Doja Cat concert in Indianapolis? A man was arrested at a Monument Circle concert on Saturday after people in line reported him for openly talking about a bomb. According to police, there is no active threat. "IMPD officers responded, searched his bag and did not find an explosive," said the police in a statement. "The man had unrelated outstanding warrants and was immediately arrested for those. He currently is in police custody," the statement continued. Fans were delayed from entering the area due to icy conditions, but gates went on to open around 6:45pm ET. Most read in NewsCRISIS LOOMING? Meat & egg shortages fears after reports ‘bare shelves’ amid Omicron casesICE TRAGEDY Hockey player dies after skate slices his neck in accident during school gameMY DAD'S A 'MONSTER' I think...