IMPD’s 1st full-time therapy dog will comfort officers, their families

Allie, a chocolate Labrador, will join the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department as it’s first full-time therapy dog to help bring comfort and unconditional love to officers and their families, the department said.

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Kraege to lead Heritage Group Accelerator

Co-Founder and former Chief Executive Officer of MOBI Scott Kraege is joining Techstars as managing director of The Heritage Group Accelerator, powered by Techstars in Indianapolis. Kraege, who is also a co-owner of The Vogue in Broad Ripple says his goals in the new position include driving exposure and leveraging resources for startup founders.

Will Indiana be the ‘Crossroads of a Clean Energy Economy?’

A wind energy advocacy group says Indiana has the potential to be a national leader in the renewable energy sector, especially as utility companies transition more power generation away from coal and towards wind and solar.

State seeks extension of Healthy Indiana Plan

The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration has applied for a 10-year extension of the Healthy Indiana Plan. The U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services notified the state its preliminary review is complete and now a 30-day public comment period begins.

16 Tech seeks designers for bridge project

Indianapolis-based 16 Tech Community Corp. is seeking applicants for a major addition to its Innovation District. The company will accept RFQ submissions for the new $14.5 million bridge design and construction project on the northwest side of downtown Indianapolis through March 10.

Vigil, funeral information announced for quadruple homicide victims; police still need answers

Marcel Wills, Braxton Ford, Kimari Hunt and Jalen Roberts were killed in a shooting at the Carriage House East apartment complex on February 5. That's near East 42nd Street and Mitthoeffer Road.

Council member calls 38th Street corridor, scene of McDonald’s attack ‘hot spot’ of violent crime

A near north side representative called for a crackdown on crime along the 38th Street corridor, between Capitol Avenue and Meridian Street, weeks after a News 8 report highlighted a string of incidents at an area McDonald's.

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