5 Things to know this Friday morning
BOONE COUNTY SHERIFF STEPS DOWN:
Boone County Sheriff, Ken Campbell has stepped down as the FBI conducts an investigation into possible misconduct involving the officer. Chief Deputy Major Mike Nielsen will step in as acting Sheriff. Click here for more on the accusations against Campbell. Eyewitness News reporter Steve Jefferson is on the story today. Watch at 5:00 pm for updates.
SunTrust Mortgage customers in Indiana could soon be getting money back as part of a multi-state settlement. Indiana is expected to receive $685,000 over past foreclosure abuses. Attorney General Greg Zoeller encourages borrowers, who believe they might be eligible, to contact a free housing counselor, through the Indiana Foreclosure Prevention Network. We have more information in out Hot Topics section.
GRAND PARK SPORTS COMPLEX GRAND OPENING:
The largest multi-purpose youth sports complex in the country will officially open this weekend in Westfield. The $45-million Grand Park has been hosting soccer and baseball games since March, but is inviting everyone to its grand opening today through Sunday. The celebration features live music, food, beer, fireworks and, of course, sports. For a full list of events, follow this link.
SYMPHONY ON THE PRAIRIE:
It's time for the summertime favorite, Symphony on the Prairie, to start its 33rd season. The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra restarts their family friendly event at Conner Prairie tonight. The ISO will present 26 concerts over the course of 11 weekends. Tonight you will hear the music of George Gershwin. It starts at 8:00pm. For a look at the complete summer schedule, follow this link.
SCATTERED SHOWERS TODAY:
Live Doppler 13 Radar is showing scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms in central Indiana this morning. Heavy rain will be likely under individual cells. Current temps are in the low 70s across the state, and some patchy fog may be possible this morning. Highs will reach 85 today. For Nicole's complete forecast click here.