5 Things to know this Thursday morning
IMPD Officer Perry Renn's visitation is today from 2-8 p.m. at Crown Hill Funeral Home. The 22-year-veteran officer lost his life Saturday after a gun battle on the city's east side. Follow this link for details his visitation, funeral and procession.
SHOOTING SUSPECT CHARGED:
The man accused of shooting and killing IMPD Officer Perry Renn now faces official charges of murder. Major Davis Jr. could face sentences such as life in prison without parole or even the death penalty. Read more about what prosecutors say happened the night Officer Renn was killed.
Senseless acts of violence are becoming all too frequent in Central Indiana. We know that you, like us, want to make sure our home is a safe place to live. That's why we're asking you to join us in taking the blue pledge. It's simple commitment: If you see something suspicious "Take a stand and make the call to 911. To take the pledge, follow this link.
SPEND SOME TIME OUTSIDE:
It will be a good day for a walk or to have a picnic lunch. Look for temperatures to stay in the 70s most of the day with an eventual high of 80. See how long this great weather will last in Chuck's full forecast.
SUMMER CELEBRATION BEGINS:
That great weather welcome news to organizers of one of the largest events of the summer. The 44th annual Black Expo Summer Celebration kicks off tonight with a special prayer and worship service in Indianapolis. The 10-day celebration will include a job fair, health fair, concerts, and other family events. Read more about the plan the IMPD has to keep the celebration a safe a fun event for everyone.