MORNING SHOWERS POSSIBLE:
Chuck Lofton is tracking some possible showers this morning, but he says we'll have plenty of afternoon sunshine and highs in the mid-60s. Watch his forecast.
2 KILLED IN FIERY TESLA CRASH:
Two people died early this morning after their Tesla crashed into a tree and caught fire at the intersection of 16th and Illinois Street, just north of downtown. Firefighters say the fire was more difficult to fight because of the car's numerous batteries that exploded. Learn more here.
The Chicago Cubs won their first World Series championship since 1908 when Ben Zobrist hit a go-ahead double in the 10th inning, beating the Cleveland Indians 8-7 in a thrilling Game 7 delayed by rain early Thursday. Fans in Wrigleyville erupted into a frenzy. See their reaction here. Some Dick's Sporting Goods opened early this morning across Central Indiana, offering Cubs championship gear.
HAMILTON COUNTY SHERIFF INVESTIGATING AFTER BLADE REPORTED IN HALLOWEEN CANDY:
The Hamilton County Sheriff's Department is warning parents to check their children's candy after a girl was hurt on Halloween. Police say the 13-year-old bit into a razor blade that was hidden in her candy bar. More details here.
TONIGHT AT 11: TAKING PICTURES TO HEAL A LIFE
Abdul Shaheed-Aaron was attacked seven years ago by intruders in his home. The paramedic suffered broken ribs, a punctured lung, and his face was shattered. His fingers were also severely cut. He's had a few challenges along the way, including homelessness, but a high school friend put a camera in his hand, and he was home. Tonight at 11 p.m., Andrea Morehead will show you more of his work and you can hear his "I Survived" story about how Methodist trauma surgeons saved his life and how a camera saved his soul.