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Indiana is a U.S. state located in the Midwestern and Great Lakes regions of North America. Indiana is the 38th largest by area and the 16th most populous of the 50 United States. Its capital and largest city is Indianapolis.


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IMPD looking for ‘person of interest’ after 6 injured in downtown shooting

It happened near the intersection of Illinois and Maryland streets.

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Metro police are searching for a suspect after six people were injured Saturday night in a downtown shooting.

The shooting happened around 11:20 p.m. Saturday at the intersection of Illinois and Maryland streets.

Police say three victims were juveniles and three victims were adults. They were taken to different hospitals in the area. Two victims are in critical condition, three suffered minor injuries and one person was seriously injured.

Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department says officers responded to multiple shots fired and found six people were shot in different areas around the scene near the intersection of Illinois and Maryland streets.

Officers patrolling the area were able to respond quickly and help the victims.

According to police, the shooter, who is believed to be a juvenile, began shooting just north of the intersection of West Maryland and North Illinois Street before fleeing the scene.

Police say they are working with witnesses and victims to figure out what led up to the shooting and to identify a suspect.

A surveillance image of a person of interest in the case was released Sunday morning. Authorities are asking the public for help in identifying the male subject. He is described as wearing a dark colored sweatshirt with light stripes on the sleeves and dark jeans.

Police will also be reviewing surveillance video for additional clues.

IMPD says this type of violence will not be tolerated.

“It’s unacceptable for downtown. It’s not acceptable for anywhere in Indianapolis,” said IMPD public information officer Genae Cook. “This person just started shooting we don’t know why, we don’t know if there was a disturbance right beforehand. We’re still trying to learn that.”

Despite multiple people being shot, police do not believe this is a mass shooting situation.

Three other victims were injured in two separate shootings hours later in Indianapolis. No suspect information has been released related to those shootings. All victims are in stable condition.

IMPD Police Chief Bryan Roach released the following statement following the violent night:

“The disregard for human life and inability to emotionally handle conflict last night is past feeling. Constant monitoring and community involvement of our youth downtown was successful all summer. Individual decisions last night are reflective of few of our youth.  Let’s celebrate our youth and address those unable to process the importance of their own young lives. Let’s all do our part.”

IMPD Police Chief Bryan Roach

The violent night prompted Indy Mayor Joe Hogsett and State Sen. Jim Merritt to speak out.

Mayor Hogsett said Saturday night’s violence has “no place in our city,” adding that it will “take all of Indianapolis working together in order to turn back the tide of violence…”

Merritt called the violence “unacceptable” and held a press conference Sunday morning at the site where the shooting took place.

Posted by Angeli Kakade on Sunday, September 22, 2019

Anyone with information about the shootings is asked to call Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana at 317-262-8477.


Meridian Street ramps set to close Monday

During this week's ramp closures, drivers are encouraged to use Harding Street or West Street to get on and off I-70.

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) –  Just in time for the new workweek, the Meridian Street ramp closures begin Monday morning and are expected to last through Friday morning’s commute.

The ramps closed will include: 

  • I-70 WB to Meridian St.
  • I-70 EB to Meridian St.
  • Meridian St. to I-70 EB
  • Meridian St. to I-70 WB

During this week’s ramp closures, drivers are encouraged to use Harding Street or West Street to get on and off I-70.

INDOT says the closure in and out of downtown Indianapolis is necessary to repair winter damage.

Contractors will work to strengthen the ramps by full-depth patching and joint repairs. 

For more information on these closures, click here.


Hicks: Stakes high for both sides in GM strike

As a strike at General Motors Co. enters its second week, Ball State University economist Mike Hicks believes both sides are digging in for what could be a lengthy fight over key issues.

INDIANAPOLIS (Inside INdiana Business) — As a strike at General Motors Co. enters its second week, Ball State University economist Mike Hicks believes both sides are digging in for what could be a lengthy fight over key issues. For the United Auto Workers union, Hicks says it’s about maintaining and adding to membership, which plummeted 9% in 2018, even as manufacturing was enjoying a resurgence. For GM, Hicks says flexibility is critical. “They are looking at the EV, or hybrid market, and that’s going to take different plant and equipment and a very different workforce in many places, so they need that flexibility over the next decade or so,” said Hicks, who serves as director of Ball State’s Center for Business and Economic Research

Hicks talked about the potential impact of the strike in Indiana on this weekend’s edition of Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick.  You can watch the interview by clicking here.

Nearly 50,000 union workers nationwide walked off the job earlier this month, including approximately 7,000 workers at four Indiana GM locations in Fort Wayne, Marion, Kokomo and Bedford. 

The largest concentration of Hoosier workers is at GM’s Fort Wayne Assembly Plant in Roanoke, which makes top-selling trucks like the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra and has more than 4,000 workers.

GM has invested more than $1.2 billion in the Allen County operation, “which I think is a good signal that that facility is going to be safe for a long time,” said Hicks.


LPGA tournament returns to Indy

The LPGA is coming back to Indianapolis this week.

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – The LPGA is coming back to Indianapolis this week.

Brickyard Crossing golf course will play host this weekend to “Indy Women in Tech” championship.

Former Mayor Greg Ballard is one of the driving forces behind the effort and stopped by Daybreak Monday.

He discussed the goal behind the tournament, whether having the tournament in Indy is something that will continue and if volunteers are still needed for the tournament.

To watch the entire segment, click the video.


Downtown safety after weekend shooting

One of those shootings happened downtown near the intersection of Illinois and Maryland streets, sending six people to the hospital.

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Three shootings over the weekend left nine people wounded all in one night.

One of those shootings happened downtown near the intersection of Illinois and Maryland streets, sending six people to the hospital.

Major Kendale Adams from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department stopped by Daybreak Monday.

He discussed what IMPD is doing to enhance security downtown, whether there are any leads in the shooting and what steps the department is taking to help combat violence downtown.

To watch the entire segment, click on the video.


Monday’s business headlines

Here's a look at Monday's business headlines.

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Here’s a look at Monday’s business headlines.

Chick-fil-A, Purdue

Despite protests from faculty and the student body president against Chick-fil-A over LGBT issues, Purdue University is letting the restaurant chain stay on campus.

Some students and faculty members protested the fast food restaurant because of its CEO has spoken out against same-sex marriage.

Purdue University Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion Dr. John Gates was included in the statement, stressing that inclusion means welcoming Chick-fil-A not rejecting it because of its biblical beliefs on human sexuality.

Walmart car seats

Walmart is ending its first-ever car seat recycling nine days earlier than planned.

The trade-in event, which offers a $30 gift card for bringing an old car seat to nearly 4,000 Walmart stores, ended the program Saturday due to overwhelming response.

The event began Sept. 16 and was originally expected to end Sept. 30.

Walmart e-cigs

Walmart will stop selling all e-cigarettes in its U.S. stores, citing regulatory uncertainty around the vaping devices.

The world’s biggest retailer said it would stop carrying the devices after it winds down its current inventory of e-cigarettes. It carries a variety of e-cig brands, including market leader Juul.

Facebook

Facebook has suspended tens of thousands of apps from the platform for privacy reasons.

The removals come as part of an ongoing investigation into how developers use data, which the company started after the Cambridge Analytica scandal in March 2018. The news also reveals that the platform is home to more problematic apps than previously thought.


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