Description: Here are some news about angies-list-login from the rtv6. New tenants are being recruited for the 190,000 square feet office building. Angie’s List is moving into four floors of a building on East Washington near Pennsylvania.
For the first time we were speaking to one of the new owners of the former Angie’s List campus east of downtown. A familiar face leading the group of investors buying the property Angie’s List co-founder and former CEO Bill Osterley is at the head of the group that has closed on the 17 and a half acres of property along the East Washington corridor.
That group is recruiting new tenants for the one hundred and ninety thousand square feet of offices there. It means this part of the east side won’t have another vacant business complex.
I love this area. I spent close to 20 years working down here. It got to know all the people. Angie’s List was a part of its rebirth and redevelopment. We were always welcomed here. We always participated. We we loved the neighborhood, holy cross and this is home for me .
Angie’s List is moving into four floors of this building on East Washington near Pennsylvania that’s off the circle of downtown. Angie’s List was recently bought out by homeadvisor.
It’s not quite st. Patrick’s Day yet. But as you can imagine the partying is underway . The golden ace inn on Washington Street is the oldest Irish bar and Indianapolis to today’s celebration kicked off tonight. It’s a busy party weekend because of the holiday and the NC double-a tournament and police are on alert. Local and state law enforcement are ramping up DUI checkpoints this weekend.
We’re going to have a lot of officers out. This may be the most officers we’ve ever had out. We are planning for this and we will be able to whatever challenge comes this weekend. I’ll have manpower to take care of it .
Keep this in mind IMPD started Mike Duke says st. Patrick’s Day has become one of the busiest days of the year for those checkpoints.
Breaking tonight more turnover in the Trump administration, the high ranked official is out and the fallout would follow. Not again United Airlines with another pet problem. The issue is that for Slade a jet full of people unexpectedly landed hundreds of miles away from the final destination.
Purdue basketball won and lost today. The team will have to navigate the rest of the NCAA tournament without its biggest player. All eyes on the thermometer for tomorrow morning but look beyond that were in a cold pattern. Dodge Jeep Ram, the only name you need to know. From the only station working for you, this is our TV 6 News at 11:00.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he has fired the former Deputy Director of the FBI. Andrew McCabe was a frequent target of the president. The firing was announced about an hour ago in comes two days before he was set to retire. ABC serena marshall has details.
With only two days until his retirement, the former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe fired. The decision left two Attorney General Jeff Sessions following an inspector general’s office finding he allowed FBI officials to speak with a reporter about the Clinton Foundation probe and then mislead investigators who asked him about it.
Yesterday McCabe arrived at the Department of Justice to plead with a senior official to not fire him before his planned Sunday retirement day. McCabe first made headlines following the firing of FBI director James Comey. Suddenly becoming the Acting Director of the FBI he denied a White House claimed that because of James Comey morale was low.
That is not accurate. The vast majority of FBI employees enjoyed a deep and positive connection to director Comey.
For months the career FBI official was faced with the president’s wrath. FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe is racing the clock to retire with full benefits. 90 days to go the president tweeted his pension stripped away after 22 years with the Bureau. Serena Marshall ABC News Washington.
Immediately after his firing McCabe released a statement to ABC saying his termination was an attack on his credibility and part of the Trump administration’s ongoing war with the FBI and the Moller investigation. Stay with rtv6 and ABC News as this story continues to develop.
The news at 11 a convicted killer sentenced to 141 years for a 1991 murder in Delaware County will soon be released from prison. the Muncie Star Press reports a judge granted 44 year-old Matthew w state hams release for good behavior saying that his transformation in prison has been remarkable. A state ham was found guilty of the death of Daniel Barker. Barker was stabbed 47 times before his body was thrown into the Missis anova River.
New tonight new details coming in. A lot a deadly shooting outside a Northside Indianapolis funeral home. Metro police say that 19-year old Robert has two of Indianapolis suspected of gunning down Byron Frierson. He later died at a local hospital. Investigators say that Frierson was looking for new as part of his job as a bail bondsman when that shooting happened.
More pet problems for United Airlines had diverted a flight after learning a dog was mistakenly put on the plane. The flight was headed to st. Louis from Newark last night. The airline dropped off the dog in Akron Ohio where the owner picked it up. This is the third reported pet related mishap free United. This week it accidentally flew a dog to Japan and a puppy died when a flight attendant put it to any overhead bin.
A CSX Transportation worked to adjust his schedules after reports of stop trains making kids late for school. Andrew with Anderson community school says bus drivers have been delayed at least one day a week during the morning pickup sometimes as long as 45 minutes. It’s forcing drivers to reroute which leads to a domino effect.
Depending on how late they are. They may or may not have missed breakfast and some of our kids don’t eat unless they’re at school. They ate the breakfast and they don’t eat again until breakfast the next day.
We got a response from CSX. They tell rtv6 its operations team is working on adjusting schedules. It’s not clear exactly when that will happen.
The Department of Public Works is switching gears tonight. Crews are out right now salting roads to prevent slick conditions. Pre-treating will continue through the morning and DPW continues to make progress on pothole patching. But for many drivers the damage is already done. Bob and Karen Whelan say a pothole on South High School Road damaged their car. The repairs cost almost 800 dollars. They filed a claim with the city and were denied.
You expect potholes to do some damage. This was more like a small lake. It was outrageous since I followed all the directions. There’s no way they could deny this.
Now the denial letter said the city did not have enough notice to fix the pothole but the Department of Public Works tells rtv6 there has been an open service request for that pothole since January 31st two weeks before a damaged Whelan’s car.
The Whelans want to know what more could they have done to get their claim approved. The city denied rtv6 request to answer that question. But we will continue to ask and remember you can report potholes by calling the mayor’s action center at 3173274622.
The pending weather will not make things any better as we go back into this sort of freezing thawing situation. Since our pothole situation. You’ve got it so at some point. We want to see the thaw and then tempers.
You have any good news on the horizon. Using a magnifying glass on the seven-day forecast you won’t find that as far as our icing potential 2 a.m. to about 10 a.m.. From Indianapolis north temperatures will be marginal.
In other words freezing maybe a little bit below. The warm ground will help out a little bit. But generally from Crawfordsville down through the Lebanon Zionsville caramel Fisher’s to Greenfield on the north side of the metro area and north the most likely spot to see the freezing rain. There is your advisory in effect until mid morning as we mentioned. Temperatures come above freezing by about 10 a.m. and that will start to change any slippery conditions into wet roads.
34 in Fishers. 40 in Indy. 41 in Terre Haute. Once the rain starts in the southwest we’ll get what we call evaporation or cooling. You’ll see these temperatures drop off more close to that freezing mark. Here we are at 5 o’clock in the morning to see all the 32s on the board and the pink that would be your freezing rain.
As this pushes to the north and east temperatures through 7 a.m. at or slightly below freezing. That will be probably the more critical time in this 5 to about 9 a.m. window if you can delay things a bit in the morning. Then you have a little better time on the roads.
First half of the weekend definitely the questionable half st. Patrick’s Day it is cool 40. That’s our high temperature with the showers through the afternoon. Sunday is much more comfortable 54 that comes with sunshine.
As we mentioned you’ve got your morning mix from freezing rain to rain, 36 with a few showers still around and only for two years st. Patrick’s Day high temperature. Don’t forget we’ll mix in some wet snow with this 10 o’clock to 1. There are the light rain showers in central Indiana still a few lingering between 4:00 and 7:00.
The clearing line to the north set the stage for what will be the better looking Sunday. Hourly temperatures tomorrow climb above the 40 degree mark south of Indy. Definitely above 50 degrees on Sunday and this comes with sunshine.
It’s one of the best days in the short term forecast because even though we’re mild Monday back to a chance for rain and mixing with snow as we go into a colder Tuesday. It’s not a bold statement. We are far more likely to have snow before we see temperatures in the 60s once again.
At this point of the year it’s time to change. Say goodbye to winter. March is about the hoops and we got the Bulldogs of the boilers moving on but there will be one big piece of that puzzle missing on Sunday. We’ll explain.
Thanks for joining us on your Friday evening. We hear it all the time in the month of March play the game that’s in front of you and play the team that’s on the court. Purdue now has a huge gap to fill with Isaac Oz out for the season. But the Boilermakers certainly have them to keep their run going. Sluggish start today against Cal State Fullerton only 20 points scored in the first 60 minutes. we do 2-person Edwards got going late in the first half. 13 points before the break Purdue managed a nine-point lead at halftime.