CARMEL, Ind. (WISH) - Two of Carmel's oldest buildings are no more.
A farmhouse built in the 1880s and a carriage barn that was built in the early 1800s were demolished Thursday morning.
St. Vincent Carmel Hospital turned down a formal request by the Carmel Historic Preservation Commission to delay demolition for one week.
St. Vincent Hospital owns the property and plans to expand that location.
The Carmel Historic Preservation Commission is hoping to salvage some of the woodwork.
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department was investigating three cases where victims say they were robbed at gunpoint while they warmed up their vehicles.
Gov. Mike Pence's proposal to phase out the business personal property tax continues to get a chilly reception from local officials and state lawmakers.
Officials say one person was taken to a local hospital in serious condition Monday afternoon after being hit by a car while walking along an Indianapolis street.