The Indianapolis 500 might still be weeks away, but Kindy 500 is underway at Mt. Vernon Community Schools.
According to Chief Harold Rodgers, Jr., this is the first shooting he’s seen in McCordsville since he became police chief 27 years ago.
It happened Saturday night around 11 p.m.
A letter to parents by a schoolteacher is causing some controversy about religion and freedom of speech.
Classes have only just started, but one school system is already celebrating an important success.
Police said that "the tips were vital to the case."
Meijer says each store is nearly 200,000 square feet, and they together employee more than 300 Hoosiers.
In a release Wednesday morning, the retailer announced it aims to fill 300 positions at each of two stores -- one in McCordsville, the other in Franklin.
Authorities said that 55-year-old Richard Rehm died when responding to a call shortly after 1 a.m.
To add insult to the injury, the app gave his business the wrong name, calling it Train Wreck Hair.