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    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...
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Coach Nick Saban walked off Alabama’s team plane Friday night to a cold, harsh reality. When he returns to the airport for the final time this season, the Crimson Tide will either be celebrating another national championship or heading home disappointed. Saban’s top-ranked team received a warm welcome in frigid Indianapolis, arriving shortly after dusk Friday with streaks of orange and red and a bright crescent moon coloring the sky. Players scurried from the plane to buses with temperatures in the teens as drummers played tunes for Alabama before doing the same when Georgia arrived about 90 minutes later. Even for a playoff regular like Alabama, this was a different routine. “It’s been pretty cold in Tuscaloosa the last day or two but not this cold,” Saban said. “I told them to be ready for the cold. Our guys are not used to it. Fortunately, we won’t be playing in it, so I told them to get used to it from the plane to the bus.” Monday night marks the first time the College Football Playoff championship...
    Derek Carr directed Las Vegas to Daniel Carlson's winning 33-yard field goal as time expired, and the Raiders beat Jonathan Taylor and the Indianapolis Colts 23-20 on Sunday to move one step closer to an AFC wild card. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM After Michael Badgley kicked a tying 41-yard field goal for Indianapolis with 1:56 left, Carr and the Raiders got the ball back at their 25 after a touchback. Carr found Hunter Renfrow for 24 yards on third-and-10 in the final minute, setting the stage for Carlson's third field goal of the game. Carr passed for 255 yards and a touchdown for Las Vegas (9-7), and Zay Jones had eight receptions for 120 yards. Rallying after an embarrassing email scandal that led to coach Jon Gruden's resignation, the Raiders can wrap up an improbable playoff spot with a victory over the Los Angeles Chargers next weekend. Indianapolis (9-7) had won three straight and eight of 10 to move one win away from a postseason berth. But it couldn't hold a second-half lead against Las Vegas....
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Derek Carr directed Las Vegas to Daniel Carlson’s winning 33-yard field goal as time expired, and the Raiders beat Jonathan Taylor and the Indianapolis Colts 23-20 on Sunday to move one step closer to an AFC wild card. After Michael Badgley kicked a tying 41-yard field goal for Indianapolis with 1:56 left, Carr and the Raiders got the ball back at their 25 after a touchback. Carr found Hunter Renfrow for 24 yards on third-and-10 in the final minute, setting the stage for Carlson’s third field goal of the game. READ MORE: California Lawmakers Returning To Capitol With Unfinished BusinessCarr passed for 255 yards and a touchdown for Las Vegas (9-7), and Zay Jones had eight receptions for 120 yards. Rallying after an embarrassing email scandal that led to coach Jon Gruden’s resignation, the Raiders can wrap up an improbable playoff spot with a victory over the Los Angeles Chargers next weekend. Indianapolis (9-7) had won three straight and eight of 10 to move one win away from a postseason berth. But it couldn’t hold a second-half...
    BOSTON (CBS) — With a Saturday night trip to Indianapolis to face a worthy opponent in the Colts, the Patriots faced a major test this week. Yet when it finally came time to take that test, the Patriots weren’t ready to go. While the Patriots did force a Colts punt on the game’s opening possession, nothing went well for New England for the remainder of the first quarter. After driving 30 yards on their first four plays, the Patriots threw it into reverse. An ineligible player downfield penalty negated a 14-yard screen to Jonnu Smith. A delay of game penalty pushed the Pats back five more yards. Then Mac Jones ran backward trying to escape a pass rusher, but was taken down by DeForest Buckner for a 15-yard sack. The Patriots punted on fourth-and-30. At that point, the Colts just put the game in the hands of their top-ranked rushing offense. They ran seven straight rushing plays, gaining 70 yards. On first-and-goal from the 8-yard line, they technically ran a passing play … but it was really a rushing play with a...
    Gunfire struck a 10-year-old Indianapolis boy asleep in his bed Monday night in an apparent random shooting that also left a 9-year-old girl with minor injuries, authorities said. Multiple shots were fired outside the Amber Woods Apartments complex in the 3500 block of Mitthoefer Road just before midnight, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police said. DEMOCRATIC MAYORS UNDER FIRE AS CRIME, VIOLENCE PLAGUES CHICAGO, NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA "It’s a callous act for a person to open fire into an apartment building in the middle of the night," a police spokesman told reporters at the scene. Police said that multiple shots were fired outside the Amber Woods Apartments just before midnight on Monday.  (FOX59 Indianapolis WXIN) Officers responded and found the boy suffering from a gunshot wound and other minor injuries. He was rushed to a hospital, where authorities said he is in stable condition.  Police said the 9-year-old girl was not shot, but also suffered minor injuries.  Detectives said preliminary information indicates that both children were in bed at the time of the shooting, and that they were not the intended...
    FOXBORO (CBS) — Josh McDaniels is happy in his role with the Patriots, running the show as the team’s offensive coordinator as he grooms rookie quarterback Mac Jones. It has all worked out very well this season, with the Patriots sitting at 9-4 and in the top seed in the AFC. But this weekend’s clash with the Colts stirs up some memories for McDaniels and the Indianapolis fanbase. After all, McDaniels could be fielding questions about going up against his old franchise, instead of inquiries about his decision to remain in New England. READ MORE: Omicron COVID Variant Detected In New Hampshire For First TimeIt was just a few years ago in 2018 when it looked like McDaniels was leaving New England for another head coaching gig. He had accepted the opening with the Colts, and even had his assistants all lined up. An introductory press conference was scheduled by the Colts, complete with the promise that “visor season” was coming to Indy. But then McDaniels had a change of heart, and left the Colts at the altar. He returned...
    The Miami Dolphins (6-7) remarkably have not only salvaged their season after a 1-7 start, but have entered the hotly contested AFC playoff picture with five straight wins. With a suffocating defense and an improved Tua Tagovailoa, the Dolphins have a shot at making the playoffs after their disastrous start — although they are considered a longshot. ESPN’s Football Power Index only gives the Dolphins a 4.6 percent chance to make the playoffs. After a favorable part of their schedule that included games against the Houston Texans, New York Jets, Carolina Panthers and New York Giants, the Dolphins end the season with a more difficult stretch after facing the Jets in two weeks following this week’s bye (at Saints, at Titans, vs. Patriots). Miami also will need lots of help from other contending teams as the Las Vegas Raiders and Indianapolis Colts own tiebreakers over the Dolphins after beating them earlier this season. The Dolphins have missed the playoffs in 17 of the last 19 years. They haven’t won a postseason game in 21 years, dating back...
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Prosecutors are no longer seeking the death penalty for the man charged in the fatal shooting of a police officer who had come to his aid after the man’s car overturned in a crash in Indianapolis four years ago. Marion Superior Judge Mark Stoner last week granted a jury trial waiver requested by Jason D. Brown, who is charged in the 2017 fatal shooting of Southport police Lt. Aaron Allan. The Marion County prosecutor’s office agreed to drop their death penalty request in exchange for the judge, instead of a jury, hearing the case in February. Defense attorney Denise Turner told WIBC radio that both sides are ready for the case to be resolved. She said she anticipates that having the judge deliver the verdict instead of a jury doing so will shorten the trial by three or four weeks and eliminate the potential for a mistrial. After the shooting, then- Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry said he’d seek the death penalty, calling it “a very senseless act.” Curry died this year, two years after he stepped...
    Sunday afternoon belonged to Buccaneers running back Leonard Fournette. The former LSU star piled up 100 rushing yards on 17 carries and added seven receptions for 31 yards for four total touchdowns in Tampa Bay’s 38-31 come-from-behind victory over the Colts in Indianapolis. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Leonard Fournette (7) goes in for a touchdown against the Indianapolis Colts' Bobby Okereke (58) during the first half Sunday, Nov. 28, 2021, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy) Fournette capped the four-touchdown performance with a 28-yard scoring run with 20 seconds left in the game. After the Colts tied the game at 31 apiece with 3:29 left, Bucs quarterback Tom Brady engineered an 8-play, 75-yard drive, that ended with Fournette’s final TD run. It was Tampa Bay’s second-straight victory, and Brady improved to 16-4 all-time against the Colts in his first appearance facing Indianapolis with the Bucs. BUCS' VITA VEA LOSES TOOTH, MOUTH BLOODIED IN WIN VS. COLTS The Indianapolis Colts' Zach Pascal (14) fumbles as he is tackled by the Tampa Bay...
    Kyle Zedaker/Tampa Bay Buccaneers The Colts’ star player, running back Jonathan Taylor is Tom Brady’s main competition for the MVP award this season and coming off one of the most dominant performances by a player we’ve seen in the past decade. The former Wisconsin Badger did it last week against one of the best defenses in the NFL (third to be exact) in the Buffalo Bills, racking up five total touchdowns and 185 yards rushing. Don’t expect Taylor to have another elite performance against the Bucs and their top rated run defense, but with the Colts’ dominant offensive line and Taylor’s dynamic playmaking ability, the Bucs could be in for a rough game. Indianapolis is one of the hottest teams in the NFL going into today’s matchup, having gone 6-2 in its past 8 games since a 0-3 start to the season. Their only losses came against two of the best teams in football in the Ravens and the Titans. All of this spells what could be a really difficult matchup for the defending Super Bowl champs, especially with Antonio Brown...
    An Indiana school administrator has been punished for a viral video where he explained how his school district pushes critical race theory on students.  Tony Kinnett, the Indianapolis School District science coordinator, instructional coach and administrator blew up social media on November 4 with the video.  'When we tell you that schools aren't teaching critical race theory... that's misdirection,' he said in the video, which has been retweeted and quote-tweeted over 7,000 times. 'We don't have the quotes and theories in state standards per se,' he continued. 'We do have CRT in how we teach. We tell our teachers to treat our students differently based on color. He went on to say: 'We tell our students that every problem is a result of white men. And that everything western civilization built is racist. That capitalism is a tool of white supremacy. This is in math, history, science, the arts and it's not slowing down.'  Kinnett posted that his access to various work accounts had been taken away earlier Thursday. 'As of one hour ago, Indianapolis Public Schools has suspended my...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Federal agents seized 100 kilos of cocaine in River North and the Gold Coast last week, officials said.The U.S. Attorney's Office said the drugs were flown into Gary-Indiana airport last Wednesday in suitcases on a private plane that started its flight in Mexico.There were 80 kilograms of cocaine found in a vehicle in River North and another 20 in a North Side hotel room.RELATED: Rapper Fetty Wap released on $500K bond after drug trafficking charge in New YorkThe private plane, a Bombardier Challenger 600, has been seized, and three people were arrested.Sebastian Vazquez-Gamez, 30, of Toluca de Lerdo, Mexico and Rodrigo Alexis Jimenez-Perez, 25, of Columbus, Indiana were arrested Wednesday in downtown Chicago, while Sergio Ivan Blas, 39, of Indianapolis, Indiana was arrested Thursday in the Indianapolis area.Jimenez-Perez is due in court Tuesday afternoon, Vazquez-Gamez is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon and Blas will also appear Tuesday in Indiana.
    IUPUI (0-0) vs. Butler (0-0) Hinkle Fieldhouse, Indianapolis; Tuesday, 6:45 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Two Indianapolis programs are set to meet as Butler opens the season by hosting the IUPUI Jaguars. IUPUI went 8-10 last year, while Butler ended up 10-15. DID YOU KNOW: IUPUI went 1-0 against non-conference programs last season. In those one games, the Jaguars gave up 66 points per game while scoring 69 per contest. Butler went 1-2 in non-conference play, averaging 66.3 points and allowing 68.7 per game in the process. ___ For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25 ___ This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    It was a "bloody and horrific" scene, her son said afterward. Dawn McCutcheon, who worked nights as an office cleaner in Indianapolis, was found stabbed to death inside a vacant medical office, FOX 59 of Indianapolis reported. Just minutes earlier, police had found her car covered in blood outside the building, according to the station. "My mom was stabbed to death," Dalton McCutcheon, her son, told FOX 59. "It was a bloody and horrific scene. I wouldn’t wish this on anybody. JUILLIARD-TRAINED CONCERT PIANIST CHARGED IN SC PET HOSPITAL STAFFER'S ‘VERY VIOLENT’ STABBING DEATH "She was here every night, Monday through Friday, cleaning. Just minding her own business." The case remained under investigation, but detectives believe the woman was attacked outside the building, then tried to run to her car before ending up inside the building. Right now, Indianapolis police believe the single mom knew the person who killed her, FOX 59 reported. Family members believe the killing may have stemmed from domestic abuse. Dalton McCutcheon urged others to seek help if involved in a similar situation. CLICK HERE TO...
    Molly Ringwald and daughter look Pretty in Pink in NYC, more celebrity photos from Oct. 25-30 Edward Rogers Says Board Agreed to Drop CEO; Chairman Says It’s Not True © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Indianapolis will host the 2022 Scouting Combine but perhaps for the final time. The NFL has opened up the combine to a bidding process, and Dallas, Los Angeles, along with Indianapolis, are in consideration for the 2023 event, NFL executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent confirmed to NFL Media. It is unknown when the NFL will announce a decision on the 2023 combine. Indianapolis has hosted the event since 1987. If the combine moves in 2023, Dallas-Fort Worth could get the first shot to host it. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones built his team’s training facility with the Scouting Combine in mind. The Star has a sports medicine facility and a hotel on property, along with two outdoor practice fields and two indoor fields, including one that seats 12,500. They also could use...
    When Formula One returned to the United States in 2012, in Texas of all places, the world’s highest class of international auto racing was taking a big leap in a country it had abandoned five years earlier. A decade later, F1 is here to stay in the USA. READ MORE: Gang Leader In Haiti Threatens To Kill Abducted Missionaries AUSTIN, TEXAS – OCTOBER 22: Max Verstappen of the Netherlands driving the (33) Red Bull Racing RB16B Honda during practice ahead of the F1 Grand Prix of USA at Circuit of The Americas on October 22, 2021 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images) The U.S. Grand Prix on Sunday will fulfill F1’s original 10-year contract with the Circuit of the Americas, and the series has a new 10-year agreement for the Miami Grand Prix beginning next season. New American fans have been drawn to F1 by the Netflix docuseries “Drive to Survive.” It’s taken a decade for F1 to establish its foothold, even without an American driver many have insisted the series needs to survive long term in...
    Carson Wentz threw two touchdown passes, Jonathan Taylor ran for two more and the Indianapolis defense held up in the second half Sunday as the Colts blew out Houston 31-3. Indy rebounded from an embarrassing fourth-quarter collapse at Baltimore by winning for the second time in three weeks. The Colts can now move within one game of the AFC South lead — if Buffalo beats Tennessee on Monday. Houston has lost five straight overall and six of the last seven against the Colts. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM And this one changed quickly in the second half — in the exact opposite direction of the Monday night fiasco. Two-time All-Pro linebacker Darius Leonard picked off rookie quarterback Davis Mills on Houston's first play of the third quarter. Wentz capitalized two plays later with a 28-yard TD pass to Mo Alie-Cox to make it 17-3. Taylor started Indy's next series with an 83-yard run and capped it with a 4-yard TD rush to make it 24-3, and the reeling Texans spent the rest of the game futilely playing...
    The favorite TV shows of 80s kids The Secrets Behind These 10 Popular Costco Products With modern technology and forward thinking having rendered auto racing perhaps the safest it's ever been, the concept of dying in a race car has become increasingly alien to an entire generation of drivers and fans alike. So, when the specter of death does indeed strike at a racetrack, it leaves a scar that hurts as deeply as any that has been left before -- as is evidenced by the example of Dan Wheldon. © Provided by CBS Sports This Saturday marks a full 10 years to the date that Dan Wheldon, a two-time Indianapolis 500 winner and the 2005 IndyCar Series champion, was killed in a horrific crash during the final race of the 2011 season at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Wheldon, a popular English driver and one of open wheel racing's star drivers of the 2000s, has never been forgotten: As evidenced by the tributes that poured in to mark the 10th anniversary of his untimely death. You'll always be our Lionheart....
    Over a five-hour span Tuesday, five people were killed in three separate shootings putting Indianapolis one month ahead of pace to break last year's record-breaking homicide total.  Indianapolis has seen 217 homicides so far this year, quickly approaching 2020’s record-breaking total of 245, according to Fox 59. With the city currently at the same number of homicides reported in November of last year, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department homicide detectives are busy working on the ever-increasing workload.INDIANAPOLIS POLICE EXPANDS RECRUITING EFFORTS OUT OF STATE YEAR AFTER GEORGE FLOYD'S DEATH Earlier this year Indianapolis police, like many other departments across the U.S., reported losing officers in the wake of the defund the police movement and was now expanding recruitment efforts outside Indiana, as reinforcements from state police and the sheriff’s office aren’t enough to meet patrol needs. INDIANA WOMAN CLAIMS SHE IS 7-YEAR-OLD GIRL WHO WENT MISSING 21 YEARS AGO - AND HAS DNA TO PROVE ITThe department sometimes partners with the Indiana State Police and the Marion County Sheriff’s Office to meet patrol needs in understaffed districts. Law enforcement agencies across the country...
    While the Colts sit in third place in the AFC South, it’s unlikely anyone in their fanbase had Super Bowl on their minds, but now team owner Jim Irsay claims titles are on the way. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM INDIANAPOLIS, IN - OCTOBER 08: Jim Irsay speaks during the ceremony for the retired jersey of Peyton Manning during the NFL game between the San Francisco 49ers and Indianapolis Colts on October 8, 2017, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN. (Photo by Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) "Colts Nation, don’t you worry…we’re gonna get the horseshoe at least 2 Lombardis this decade," he tweeted. "as sure as the sun rises and the seasons change, it’s COMING! Don’t you ever doubt that, EVER! YOU WILL SEE GREATNESS BELIEVE AND YOU WILL SEE." Think he remembers Andrew Luck retired and Carson Wentz is QB1 in Indy? Evidently not. Jan 11, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay in the 2014 AFC Divisional playoff football game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High....
    Union workers protest for housing justice as they march in the 33rd annual Kingdom Day Parade honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Jan. 15, 2018 in Los Angeles. An Indiana bank is facing a federal lawsuit after the Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana (FHCCI) accused the business of lending to only 37 Black borrowers, out of more than 2,250 who applied for mortgages between 2019 and 2020. Old National Bank, operating in the area of Indianapolis, Carmel, and Anderson, Indiana, identified more than 91% of borrowers by race and "deliberately" practiced housing discrimination against Black applicants, the FHCCI said in its complaint filed Wednesday and later obtained by The Indianapolis Star. Amy Nelson, executive director of FHCCI, said in a news release about the two-year period of analysis that Old National Bank made only 23 loans to Black borrowers in Marion County, the largest county in the state. “Over the time period reviewed, Old National Bank has been one of the worst performers in making mortgage loans to Black home-seekers in Central Indiana,” Nelson stated in the release. “Old National’s peer lenders did...
    An Indianapolis Metropolitan Police officer was charged with two felonies after kicking a handcuffed man in the head last month, police said. Sgt. Eric M. Huxley was charged with official misconduct and battery with moderate bodily injury by the Marion County Prosecutor's Office on Tuesday. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Chief Randal Taylor recommended Huxley be removed from the police force entirely and suspended him without pay, according to a press release from the police department. "I'm upset," Taylor said of the incident before showing footage of it at a press conference, according to the Indy Star. "It hurts me to see any of our officers treat someone the way you're going to see here. There is no excuse for it."Assistant Police Chief Chris Bailey tweeted that Huxley's actions did not reflect the "values or community expectations" of the department.   The sergeant’s actions do not represent @IMPDnews values or community expectations of its police department. My thoughts are with the victim and the officers who do what’s right every day. @IMPD_Chief did the right thing and took swift and certain action. pic.twitter.com/t04eYeTaSP— Assistant Chief Chris Bailey (@irishsarge) October 12, 2021 On Sept. 24, Huxley...
    (CNN)An officer with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department has been criminally charged and could face termination after body camera video showed him kicking a handcuffed man in the head during an arrest, authorities announced Tuesday. The results of an internal investigation led Marion County District Attorney to charge Sgt. Eric Huxley with official misconduct and battery with moderate bodily injury in connection with the September 24 arrest of Jermaine Vaughn at the city's Monument Circle, IMPD Lt. Shane Foley said during a news conference. Huxley has been suspended without pay, and IMPD Chief Randal Taylor has recommended Huxley be terminated for his actions. An IMPD Internal Affairs investigation is ongoing. Should police use of force be regulated? The answer isnt simple, and thats a problem"To the citizen involved in this incident, my thoughts and prayers go out to you," Taylor said in a statement. "That interaction does not represent IMPD and the work our officers do each day to keep our community safe." Huxley claimed he accidentally kicked Vaughn in the face, and meant to place his foot on Vaughn's...
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — More than 6,600 Afghan refugees who began arriving at the Indiana National Guard’s Camp Atterbury training post nearly six weeks ago are awaiting resettlement. Additional evacuees are expected to arrive in the coming weeks, although it’s unclear how many, said Mark Howell, regional spokesman for the federal Transportation Security Administration overseeing Operation Allies Welcome. Officials said they’re also uncertain if the refugees will be permanently resettled by early November, as hoped. Howell said in a telephone interview Friday that many Afghans are still completing medical and security screening checks. Once cleared, they’ll work with nongovernmental organizations to determine housing assignments, sponsor families and work authorizations before they can leave the post. Camp Atterbury, about 25 miles (40 kilometers) south of Indianapolis, is one of eight sites in the U.S. that the Department of Defense is using for Afghan special immigrant visa applicants, their families, and other Afghan personnel. The U.S. military expects to begin receiving new Afghan evacuees in the United States this week, including at Camp Atterbury. U.S. officials said last week that about...
    Danica Patrick was among the runners who participated in the Boston Marathon on Monday. Patrick took part in the 26.2-mile race to raise money for the Light Foundation, which was started by former New England Patriots offensive lineman Matt Light and his wife, Susie. The Light Foundation was founded to "help young people develop the skills, values, and mindset they need to create a meaningful and productive future," according to its website. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Danica Patrick talks to drivers on the grid during practice for the Inaugural Superstar Racing Experience Event at Stafford Motor Speedway on June 12, 2021 in Stafford Springs, Connecticut. (Photo by Elsa/SRX via Getty Images) The former NASCAR and IndyCar drive explained running the marathon was something to cross off her bucket list. "I have always wanted to run a marathon. From being a kid when I was still living with my parents, running with my mom in the mornings and that being really my only form of a workout. Fast forward many years later, it’s one of those...
    Getty Marlon Mack is looking to be traded from the Indianapolis Colts. The Chicago Bears have the running back position temporarily covered while David Montgomery is out for the next month or so, but that hasn’t stopped some analysts from posing trade scenarios that help the Bears at RB while their top rusher is out. Enter Indianapolis Colts running back Marlon Mack. Kristopher Knox of Bleacher Report has been busy concocting all kinds of hypothetical trades where the Bears are concerned. Not only did Knox suggest Chicago give up Allen Robinson and a sixth-round pick to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for wideout Jalen Reagor, Knox thinks the Bears should send their 2022 sixth-rounder to Indy in exchange for Mack. ALL the latest Bears news straight to your inbox! Subscribe to the Heavy on Bears newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bears! Mack Wants Out of IndyMack was a fourth round (143rd overall) pick for the Colts in the 2017 NFL draft, and he has spent all five of his seasons with the team. He suffered a torn Achilles Week 1...
    The Indianapolis Colts may be without starting quarterback Carson Wentz in their next game.  Carson Wentz may miss the Indianapolis Colts next game as he deals with two sprained ankles. With the team scheduled to travel and play the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, Colts head coach Frank Reich said it’s unclear whether Wentz will be available or not. Colts’ HC Frank Reich said QB Carson Wentz sprained both ankles and it’s too early to tell what his status is for Sunday at Tennessee. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 20, 2021 Wentz suffered ankle injuries in yesterday’s loss against the Los Angeles Rams. He got up hobbled after being hit and rolled up by Rams star defensive tackle Aaron Donald. ICYMI: #RAMS #AaronDonald a beast as usual takes #CarsonWentz down in Indy. #LARAMS #RamsHouse #LARvsIND pic.twitter.com/KSHLFTDpMu — L.A. RAMS News (@LARamsNews) September 19, 2021 Indianapolis Colts play pivotal game against Tennessee TitansIf Wentz is unable to go against Tennessee, that will be a huge blow to the 0-2 Colts. Still seeking their first win, divisional play is already crucial this...
    Carson Wentz worked all the way back from a broken foot and on Wednesday was named the starting quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts’ first game of the 2021 regular season. Wentz was expected to be out five to 12 weeks due to the foot injury he suffered in August. To complicate his comeback even further, he was placed on the COVID list late last month and revealed to reporters he wasn’t vaccinated, citing personal reasons. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Colts coach Frank Reich told reporters Wentz will be the starter when the team takes the field against the Seattle Seahawks at home, according to the NFL Network. He was also named a team captain. Indianapolis acquired Wentz to replace Philip Rivers when the veteran quarterback called it quits following the 2020 season. Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles split after his spotty play. He led the league in interceptions with 15 in 2020 despite only playing in 12 games. He led the Eagles to three wins before being benched. TOM BRADY'S FACE IS ON THE 'MOUNT RUSHMORE...
    ONE student has been stabbed and another was involved in the altercation. North Central High School confirmed that the injured student is receiving medical attention. 1Credit: Google Maps The school is now secure following the terrifying incident. Pupils were being released at 10am on Wednesday morning, just hours after they arrived. Most read in NewsHORROR FIND War vet is found dead in cemetery weeks after dropping out of US house raceMEX QUAKE One dead as 7.0 quake & tremors hit Mexico City sparking tsunami warningSLIMMED DON Trump's 15lb weight-loss fuels reelection rumors as some think slim pic is FAKEExclusiveDICING WITH DEATH Warning street-bought meds may be laced with fentanyl after drug deathsNOT WELCOMED Biden heckled by protesters yelling 'resign you tyrant!' on tour of Ida damage'THE REAL PRESIDENT' Mom of slain Marine asks Trump – NOT Biden – to son’s funeral More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The Sun is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download...
    Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay had the winning bid for a vintage Apple II manual signed and inscribed by Steve Jobs back in 1980. Irsay, who inherited the NFL team from his late father, Bob, in 1997, paid $787,484 for the spiral-bound user's guide, 9 to 5 Mac reported.    The 8-bit Apple II was one of the first successful personal home computers, unveiled by Jobs and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak at the 1977 West Coast Computer Faire. It was sold via online auction on Thursday, alongside a letter to a fan typed and signed by Jobs that went for $479,939, and an working Apple-1 computer that nabbed $464,876. The Apple-1 was discontinued in October 1977, with Jobs and Wozniak offering discounts and trade-ins for the more advanced Apple II. 'Between the significant provenance and the impressive array of accompanying hardware and ephemera, this is an outstanding example of the sought-after Apple-1 Computer,' said a spokesperson for Boston-based RR Auction, which oversaw the sale. The record for an Apple-1 computer is $905,000, paid at auction in New York in 2014.  Scroll down...
    WHEN the USS Indianapolis was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine towards the end of World War 2, the 1,195 men on board had just two choices: stay on the ship ravaged by flames, or plunge into shark-infested waters. What ensued was the grizzliest shark attack tale of all time, with Pacific turning red while survivors watched as, one by one, hundreds of their crew mates were eaten alive. 9Only 317 men out of the 1.195-strong crew survived the ordealCredit: Getty - Contributor 9Oceanic whitetip sharks killed many of the surviving crew in the biggest attack on humans ever recordedCredit: Getty - Contributor 9The wreckage of the ship was finally located on August 19, 2017Credit: AP:Associated Press Four years ago today the ruins of the ship were finally discovered on the ocean floor by explorers - revealing the graveyard where so many US sailors met their end. Rewind to the night of July 30, 1945, and the Indianapolis was sailing from Tinian Island to the Philippines after completing a secret mission delivering uranium for the Hiroshima atomic bomb, which was dropped...
    Getty Kyle Larson (right) races at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The NASCAR Cup Series heads back to Michigan International Speedway for one of the two remaining regular-season races. Two championship contenders will lead the field to the green flag with Kyle Larson on the pole and Chase Elliott next to him on the front row. The sanctioning body released the starting order on Wednesday, Aug. 18, confirming that the two Hendrick Motorsports drivers would start the race at the front of the pack. Team Penske’s Ryan Blaney and Wood Brothers Racing’s Matt DiBenedetto will make up the second row while Joe Gibbs Racing’s Martin Truex Jr. and Chip Ganassi Racing’s Kurt Busch will round out the top six. Earned.@KyleLarsonRacin will start on the #BuschPole for Sunday's race at @MISpeedway. pic.twitter.com/3yll7IQwjv — NASCAR (@NASCAR) August 18, 2021 The NASCAR starting lineup formula primarily takes into account the previous race on the schedule, but it also relies on the owners’ points. The fastest lap from the previous race makes up 15%, the driver’s finishing position makes up 25%, the team owner’s...
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    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Pato O’Ward kept everyone waiting Friday — even after qualifying ended. After another few moments, the stewards made it official — the 22-year-old Mexican in championship contention earned his third pole of the season and fourth overall. Just seconds after Will Power thought he’d be taken the No. 1 spot after besting Romain Grosjean, O’Ward crossed the yard of bricks in 1 minute, 10.7147 seconds to pass Power for Saturday’s race. Power went 1:10.7214. “I wanted to make sure this was a turning point,” O’Ward said. “We’ve had a very tough last three races and we need to get back to victory lane. A lot can happen, but we’re on the right track.” It was a dramatic start to what could be a wild, wooly three-race weekend. Grosjean, the Swiss-born French driver, appeared headed toward a second straight pole on Indy’s 14-turn, 2.439-mile road course. Instead, Power knocked Grosjean out of the top spot then O’Ward followed suit and the stewards denied an appeal from Team Penske. “On the first lap, I was up and he started...
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Helio Castroneves walked into an empty, mostly quiet Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Friday morning. The four-time Indianapolis 500 winner knew it wouldn’t last long. With drivers from NASCAR’s top two series and the IndyCar Series all in town for a rare crossover weekend, Castroneves expected things to quickly shift into high gear at the busiest venue in motorsports. “This place, it is incredible not only because of the place but because of the history,” Castroneves said, referring to his favorite track. “It’s an honor to be here. It’s an honor to be representing IndyCar and it’s an honor to be a four-time winner.” Especially on a historic weekend. A year ago, the Indianapolis Grand Prix was postponed from its normal slot in early May to the July 4 weekend. That marked first time all three series competed in one place. But NASCAR’s top drivers still ran on the big 2.5-mile oval while IndyCar hit the 2.4-mile road course. This time, organizers cut the distance of the traditional 400-mile Cup Series race in half, renamed it...
    A COP and two others were wounded in a shooting in Indianapolis last night, before the suspect shot himself dead. Officers were called to an apartment on the city’s northeast side about 9pm on Wednesday and tried to make contact with those inside. 1 As they checked outside, police said the suspect fired at officers, striking one in the leg. The officer was listed in stable condition, police said. A SWAT team responded and went inside, where they found a girl and a woman with injuries consistent with gunshot wounds. They were taken to hospitals, where they were listed in critical condition. The suspect was found with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said. Most read in NewsSHOCK DEATH Cause of death for bodybuilder known as ‘Mountain Dog’ 'revealed'HOT AIR Biden says he won't raise gas taxes as poll shows popularity plummetWarningKIDS SLAYED QAnon dad kills two kids with spear gun believing they were monsters, cops sayGUN PANIC Girl, 16, shot in the chest at CT mall sparking lockdown as cops hunt suspectCRIB 'KILLER' Teen, 18,...
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Three people including a police officer were wounded and a suspect was dead in a shooting connected to a reported domestic disturbance in Indianapolis, authorities said. Officers were called to an apartment on the city’s northeast side about 9 p.m. Wednesday and tried to make contact with those inside. As they checked outside, police said the suspect fired at officers, striking one in the leg. The officer was listed in stable condition, police said. A SWAT team responded and went inside, where they found a girl and a woman with injuries consistent with gunshot wounds. They were taken to hospitals, where they were listed in critical condition. The suspect was found with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said. He was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Three other young people in the apartment got out safely. “The officers, when they get these domestic violence type of calls, they’re the most dangerous and uncertain type of call the officer can get,” Assistant Chief of Police Chris Bailey told reporters. “You also have to think...
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    Justin Holman, 36, has been charged with reckless homicide in the February 19 death of Shanel Smith, 50 (pictured), who was left to die in a snowbank in Indianapolis after heavy drinking  An Indianapolis man has been charged with homicide more than four months after he allegedly dragged a severely inebriated female friend out of his car and left her to freeze to death in a snowbank. The incident resulting in the death of Shanel Smith, a 50-year-old mother-of-two from Indianapolis, took place back in mid-February, but 36-year-old Justin Holman was not charged until June 29.  Holman allegedly told police he didn't remember why he decided to leave Smith alone in the cold behind a laundromat after removing her from his car when she wouldn't wake up.   Holman was booked into the Marion County jail on July 1 on a charge of reckless homicide, which is punishable by one to six years in prison. He was freed on Tuesday after posting $3,000 bond. Marion County does not release inmates' booking photos to the public.   The case began unfolding back...
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    Indianapolis police are investigating a shooting at a funeral home that has left a four-year-old girl in critical condition. Four other people were also shot and injured during the incident which happened on Saturday afternoon at around 4:30pm. Police say a funeral service was occurring inside the funeral home at the time when shots were fired in the parking lot outside.  Indianapolis Police is investigating a shooting that saw five people get shot including a four-year-old girl The shooting occurred outside a funeral home on Saturday afternoon at around 4:30pm Police say a funeral service was occurring at the Sprowl funeral home when shots were fired in the parking lot outside Police officers were called to Sprowl Funeral & Cremation Care, follow reports of a shooting according to CBS4.  Several of the victims who were shot had been attending the funeral service. Cops pointed out the service was not taking place for any individual involved in violent crimes. 'It's a shame. Here we are at a funeral home ... the next thing you know we have more...
    A shooting outside of a funeral home in Indianapolis on Saturday afternoon left five people injured, including a 4-year-old girl in critical condition, FOX 59 reported.  Police were called around 4:30 p.m. to the scene of a funeral service, where they encountered the 4-year-old girl, a 16-year-old girl, and a man who was injured, according to the local news station.  CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department tweeted shortly before 5 p.m. that the 1100 block of W 30th St. was roped off for an active investigation.  The 4-year-old was transported to a local hospital and police were called about two other gunshot victims who were seeking treatment at a hospital, according to FOX59.  All the victims were in the parking lot of the funeral home.  This is a developing story. Check back for updates.  Paul Best is a reporter for FOX Business and Fox News. Follow him on twitter at @KincaidBest.