5 Things You Need to Know this Friday morning

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MORE HUMIDITY AND HIGH POLLEN LEVELS WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS AND STORMS DEVELOPING TODAY:
Happy Friday! Current temperatures across Central Indiana are comfortable this morning in the 60s and 70s. More humidity will be returning today as highs top out in the upper 80s. The satellite/radar is clear now, however, more scattered showers and storms are expected to develop this afternoon and evening. Watch Nicole's full forecast.

POLICE CONTINUE TO SEARCH FOR MISSING INDIANAPOLIS BABY:
It has been nearly two days since an Indianapolis man claims two people abducted his six-week-old son in a violent attack. The Amber Alert is still out for Delano Wilson. Both parents are pleading for their son's return and together they're posting fliers with his picture. Police are also talking to neighbors and using search dogs. Dive teams from the Indianapolis Fire Department and Department of Natural Resources were searching shallow parts of the White River Thursday evening, and plan to continue the search today. Learn more here.

POLICE INVESTIGATING DEATH AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY SORORITY:
Police are investigating a death at an Indiana University sorority house located at 1020 N. Jordan Ave. in Bloomington. Police were called to the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority house around 8 p.m. after a young woman was found dead in a bedroom. IU spokesperson Mark Land confirmed the investigation was taking place. Foul play is not suspected. Additional details here.

READ BOB KRAVITZ'S LATEST COLUMN:
You may be sweating it after the Colts went 0-4 in the preseason, but Bob Kravitz says, "As long as Andrew Luck is upright this season, as long as he's slinging the ball to one of the deepest wide receiving corps in recent Indy history, the Colts will win double-digit games." Read what else Kravitz had to say about Indianapolis' beloved sports team.

IMPD INVESTIGATING MAN SHOT OVERNIGHT ON CITY'S EAST SIDE:
IMPD is investigating an overnight shooting in the 10000 block of Dedham Drive on the city's east side. The residents of a home called 911 from another location and said they had been robbed in their home. Police arrived to find shell casings inside along with blood. Blood was also found on the street. Shortly after police responded to the call, they received a call about a gunshot victim at a second location at 25th Street and Post Road, about a mile away from the home at the Circle K gas station. While police believe the two crime scenes are connected, they're still not sure exactly how. Read more information.