BROOKVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - The man accused in the shooting deaths of five people in Laurel, Ind. will not face the death penalty.
Court records show the Franklin County prosecutor's office filed an amendment to charges against David Ison. The amendment seeks life in prison without the chance for parole.
The prosecutor's office reported it was considering the death penalty in connection with the Sept. 25th shooting rampage that left the small southeastern Indiana town in shock.
The Muncie School Board's decision to close one of the city's two high schools has some students looking to enroll elsewhere.
Crews in Indianapolis and around Central Indiana are gearing up for this upcoming winter weather event.
Officials say the estimated $6.8 million project will leave nearly 1,900 parking spaces in the lot north of Memorial Stadium.