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Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department work the scene Sunday, Jan. 24, 2021 in Indianapolis where five people, including a pregnant woman, were shot to death early Sunday inside an Indianapolis home.

Five, Including Pregnant Woman, Are Fatally Shot in Indianapolis (IN)

Five people, including a pregnant woman, were shot to death early Sunday inside an Indianapolis home in an apparent targeted attack.

‘If They Could See What I See Every Day’

When coronavirus first hit back in the spring, work actually slowed down for Amber Michaels and her colleagues at Indianapolis EMS. Not anymore.

IN Firefighter-EMT Dies after Returning Home from Medical Call

Robert "Bob" Cree was a member of the Harrison Township Volunteer Fire Department (IN) for 45 years, according to his obituary.

Penn Township (IN) EMS Chief Returns to Duty after Tour in Iraq

Ron Johnson served as a flight paramedic on an Army medical helicopter in Iraq. He left for his tour of duty in that country in October 2019.

Indiana City Officials Move to Raise Ambulance Fee

Hobart city council plans increase to better fund the fire department.
The photo shows a first responder climbing a ladder.

Monticello (IN) Fire Department Rescues Man Trapped in Windmill

A man who was working atop a 340-foot-tall windmill suffered a medical condition that resulted in a community-wide effort to rescue him Saturday.
The photo shows a Hobart Fire Department ambulance.

Some Hobart (IN) Fire Stations Unmanned or Staffed at Minimum Levels

City leaders are working on a strategy to staff all fire stations, and it's possible a volunteer firefighter program could be established to help with emergency calls.

Clark (IN) Plan for Cardiac Arrest, OD Responses Results in Grant for State Initiative

The push to ramp up response and awareness of opioid overdoses comes at a time when it's increasingly needed as the state and country are facing a rise in use, officials said.

Indianapolis Fire Department Rope Rescue Training

Station 7 C went to the Eagle Creek Reservoir to practice an unsupported victim pick-off.