INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - On Tuesday, police arrested Michael Anderson for the crash that killed 52-year old Earmon "Bud" Hubbard on Saturday.
That tragedy was on the east side of Indianapolis, near 25th Street and Emerson Avenue.
When 24-Hour News 8 reported the story earlier this week, we heard from a man who said, "I told you so."
He said, in 2003, someone killed his brother in a hit-and-run collision in the same area. James Harrison said he and his family have wanted sidewalks there ever since.
24-Hour News 8's Eric Halvorson asked Mayor Greg Ballard about that.
He said the city just doesn't have enough money to put sidewalks everywhere we want them.
"We've put more sidewalks in and rebuilt more sidewalks for the last three years than anybody's ever seen or probably will ever see again," Mayor Ballard said. "All that said, we're probably still $800 million down on sidewalks. And there's no easy solution for that."
The Department of Public Works says it has no plans to add sidewalks to the area of 25th and Emerson.
The street is also not approved for bike lanes.
The mother of two young girls saved by 16-year-old Aubrey Peters more than three years ago, says Peters is truly a hero.
The Indianapolis City-County Council decided a couple of prominent proposals still need some work during a meeting on Monday.
New details have been released about a robbery and murder that claimed the life of an Indiana National Guardsman.