5 Things You Need to Know
SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS THIS MORNING:
We begin this morning with scattered thunderstorms moving from north to south in Indiana. At this point we aren't looking for severe weather. The cold front moves south of us late today, which means a much better day for us tomorrow, as far as humidity is concerned. Watch Chuck's full forecast.
BICYCLIST STRUCK ON CITY'S SOUTH SIDE:
A bicyclist was struck by a car around 6:15 a.m. this morning at Troy and Allen Avenues. Click here for more details.
COLTS TRAINING CAMP:
It's a big day for Colts fans. Players report today for the first day of training camp at Anderson University. The camp has been held at the school for the last five years and some years before that. Thousands of visitors flock to the camp every year and this year will be no different. Learn more about preparations for the camp here.
FREE RECYCLING PLAN HITS SNAG:
Indianapolis' plan to bring free recycling to residents has hit a snag. Opponents of the proposal plan to sound off at a public hearing today to encourage the Board of Public Works to nix the idea. The city wants to extend curbside service to everyone for free and you don't even have to separate out your trash. But, recycling advocates say that's a problem and they also plan to testify at today's public hearing to discourage the plan. Watch Reporter Carrie Cline's story to learn more about the city's plan.
EARLY MORNING FIRE IN SOUTH SIDE HOME:
No one was injured in a house fire just after 3 a.m. Wednesday morning in the 1200 block of Union Street near Meridian and Morris Streets on the city's south side. Neighbors said they called 911 after seeing fire coming from the upstairs bedroom of the home. No one was home at the time of the fire. Watch the story here.