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Indy Eleven announces 2020 home schedule

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The Indy Eleven is sharing a first look at the 2020 schedule.

Head Coach Martin Rennie and Communications Director John Koluder stopped by Daybreak to release the list of 2020 home games.

On the schedule for Indy:

  • April 4 vs. Louisville City FC
  • April 15 vs. Loudoun United FC
  • Mar 4 vs. Hartford Athletic
  • May 8 vs. Tampa Bay Rowdies
  • May 23 vs. North Carolina FC
  • June 6 vs. Birmingham Legion
  • June 13 vs. Sporting Kansas City II
  • July 11 vs. Charlotte Independence
  • July 18 vs. Philadelphia Union II
  • July 25 vs. Saint Louis FC
  • August 22 vs. Miami FC
  • August 30 vs. Charleston Battery
  • September 5 vs. Memphis 901 FC
  • September 19 vs. Pittsburgh Riverhounds
  • September 27 vs. New York Red Bulls II
  • October 10 vs. Sporting Kansas City II
  • October 17 vs. Atlanta United 2

Full season ticket packages are now on sale.

The entire schedule will be released Thursday afternoon.

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Neighbors stunned by shooting in ‘safe,’ ‘quiet’ Eagles Watch subdivision

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH ) — The Eagles Watch subdivision on the city’s northwest side is home to dozens of families.

“It’s very quiet here,” said Irma Molina, who lives on Eagles Watch Drive.

The winding road is often touted as an oasis of safety, seemingly removed from the city’s crime crisis, according to Jeremy Layly, who lives down the street from Molina.

He walks his dogs through the neighborhood every night without worrying about what he’ll encounter in the dark.

On Thursday night, his walk led him toward flashing police lights and crime scene tape. 

Detectives were collecting evidence from the scene of a shooting in the 5000 block of Eagles Watch Drive, less than a quarter of a mile from Layly’s home.

“I’ve heard gunshots [before] but not in the neighborhood,” he told News 8. “That’s intense.”

Officers arrived around 4 p.m. after neighbors reported hearing gunshots. An unidentified man was pronounced dead at the scene.

No arrests had been made Thursday night. No suspect information was available.

The shooting appeared to be targeted and did not pose an immediate threat to public safety, police said.

“[Detectives are] working hard to solve these crimes and to prevent crimes,” said Michael Hewitt, a spokesperson for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD).

Molina, whose home was within the police perimeter, ducked under the yellow tape to speak with News 8.

She and her son still feel safe living on Eagles Creek Drive, she said, but she is wary of rising crime in other parts of the city.

“It is very dangerous lately,” Molina said in Spanish. “Many crimes have happened.”

Anybody with information about the shooting is urged to call Crime Stoppers at (317) 262-TIPS.