INDIANAPOLIS — You can view breaking news updates on Saturday in Indianapolis and Central Indiana below.
The Indianapolis Fire Department has released more information on the fire this afternoon on the city's east side.
2:47 PM - Heavy fire in vacant structure communicates to vacant exposure causing significant damage to both in the 400 block of N Hamilton Ave. #IFD Firefighters mark both under control in 45 minutes. No injuries. Neighbors say squatters are to blame - trespassing in and out. pic.twitter.com/eAETzDkNxR— Indianapolis Fire Department 🚒 (@IFD_NEWS) February 6, 2021
Fire investigators in Brownsburg determined an unattended space heater in the basement caused a fire around 11 a.m. Saturday.
A Residence Fire toned out after 11am. Apparatus from Brownsburg, Whitestown, Pittsboro, and Perry Twp were on scene shortly afterwards. All occupants were able to safely get out. Fire investigators determined the cause of the fire was an unattended space heater in the basement. pic.twitter.com/yzILNkOrvS— Brownsburg Fire Territory (@BrownsburgFire) February 6, 2021
Indianapolis firefighters are battling a double residence fire on the city's east side.
Former Indiana First Lady Susan Bayh died Friday at 61 after years of brain cancer treatments, her family announced. Read the full story here.
A person with at least one apparent gunshot wound was found around 3:30 a.m. in the 400 block of North Denny Street, near East New York Street and North Sherman Drive, IMPD Officer William Young said in an email.
Additional details haven't been released.
If you have any information on any IMPD investigation, you can call police or report tips anonymously to Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana at 317-262-TIPS (8477) or online.