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Man Arrested After Starting Fire on Chicago Train1m19s

Man Arrested After Starting Fire on Chicago Train

A man attempted to light a fire on board a Chicago Transit Authority Red Line train on the afternoon of Thursday, January 18. The incident occurred along the Red Line’s Argyle station stop, according to a local report by WGNTV. The man, 28-year-old David Ferguson, splashed paint thinner both on the ground and on other passengers, who eventually alerted police. This footage shows two different angles of police officers confronting Ferguson and tackling him. The paint thinner caught fire as officers tried to remove Ferguson from the train. Ferguson suffered third-degree burns and is facing charges of aggravated arson and aggravated battery. Credit: Chicago Transit Authority via Storyful

Dust Blankets Charleville Sky20s

Dust Blankets Charleville Sky

A dust storm lashed Charleville, Queensland, on February 20. This video shows the sky blanketed in a brown haze. Storms hit nearby Western Downs and further north in Townsville, where more than 5,000 people were without power. Credit: Bec Brayley via Storyful

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Timelapse Shows Storm Clouds Moving Into Townsville

Storm clouds moved into Townsville, Queensland, on February 20, as seen in this timelapse footage. More than 5,000 people were without power when storms passed the area, according to Townsville Bulletin. Cars were reportedly crushed by downed trees. Credit: Kelsie Iorio via Storyful

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Dust Storm Lashes Charleville

A dust storm lashed Charleville, Queensland, on February 20. This video shows sky blanketed by a brown haze. Storms hit nearby Western Downs and further north in Townsville, where more than 5,000 people were without power. Credit: Paige Donald via Storyful

Residents concerned after crooks target apartments on Indy's north side2m27s

Residents concerned after crooks target apartments on Indy's north side

Crooks have been targeting apartments along North Delaware Street in Indianapolis and people who live in the area are worried they might be next. Three times in the past week, thieves have broken into apartments on North Delaware Street. The latest robbery occurred at the Windsor Building. Police say a 23-year-old woman was getting home from her job as an emergency medical technician when someone robbed her at gunpoint. According to the police report, two thieves then stole her 2010 Hyundai Elantra. The young woman said she was still shaken by the incident and too fearful to go on camera. Indy Flats, the firm that manages the apartment complex, sent out an email to residents that their locks would be changed.

WRTV
Published: February 19, 2018
Rezoning requested for $1 billion hospital on Meridian Street corridor in Carmel25s

Rezoning requested for $1 billion hospital on Meridian Street corridor in Carmel

A health-care company is asking for permission to build a $1 billion medical center on on the Meridian Street corridor in Carmel.  Ambrose and Sexton Development LLC has filed an application asking Carmel officials to rezone 30 aches at Spring Mill Road and 96th Street between 96th Street and I-465.  The map included with the rezoning application shows that the project would consist of nine buildings and four parking garages as well as two hospital helipads.  The plan does not include any detail about what exactly those buildings will house or who will be building them.  Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard says the city understands that the area is a "prime location" and they will be giving the project careful consideration. His office did not release any other details about who the project proposal is from.

WRTV
Published: February 19, 2018
Guns, pot & spice found in home of man with 30s

Guns, pot & spice found in home of man with "Grundy Crew" ties that was out on parole

A man has been arrested after police found guns and drugs inside his home during a parole violation check.  Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Flex Team members assisted with a parole visit to the home of Tierre Moore, 35, on N. Mitchner Avenue after he violated his Electronic Monitoring.  Police say Moore was on electronic monitoring as part of his MCCC agreement because he is a Violence Reduction Partnership target and an uncooperative shooting victim.  Police say Moore also had ties to the "Grundy Crew."

WRTV
Published: February 19, 2018