Around Indy (@AroundIndy) Podcasts for July 17-23, 2017 #IndyPodcasts

Our friend Bob Burchfield over at Around Indy puts out a daily podcast of “five tips for things to do in Indianapolis and Indiana”, all in a minute. Here’s his rundown for this coming week.

Have a listen & tell Bob we said “Hi!”

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Naptown Weather Forecast (July 16, 2017 AM) #INwx

“Isolated severe storms this afternoon and evening. Damaging winds and large hail possible. Partly Sunny with Highs 81-86.”

“On this date in 1977: severe thunderstorms cause damage across central Indiana. Trees topple on cars in downtown .”

Via NWS Indianapolis. Follow them on Twitter @NWSIndianapolis for the latest Indianapolis area weather news.

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Indy Blog Roundup (July 15, 2017) #IndyBlogs

Here’s your recap of July 15, 2017, from the Indianapolis blog scene.

Indy with Kids

MarTech

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Indy Sports Roundup (July 15, 2017) #IndySports

Local Indianapolis sports news from July 15, 2017, straight from the source.

Indiana University

Indianapolis Colts

Indianapolis Indians

IndyCar

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Indiana Originals

Former Red Shield Radio Co-Host, Mel McMahon, talks about her new venture – Indiana Originals – and how its helping local businesses from around the state.

Naptown Weather Forecast (July 15, 2017 AM) #INwx

“Sunshine and a few clouds with slightly below temperatures today. Storm chances return Sunday PM. A few strong to severe.”

“On this date in 1936: the high reaches 103° in , marking a record 9th consecutive day w/ highs at or above 100° in the city.”

Via NWS Indianapolis. Follow them on Twitter @NWSIndianapolis for the latest Indianapolis area weather news.

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Indy Blog Roundup (July 14, 2017) #IndyBlogs

Here’s your recap of July 14, 2017, from the Indianapolis blog scene.

Geeking In Indiana

The Indiana Insider Blog

Indy’s Child Parenting Magazine

JW Marriott Indianapolis

MarTech

Prairie Times

TownePost

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Indy Sports Roundup (July 14, 2017) #IndySports

Local Indianapolis sports news from July 14, 2017, straight from the source.

Indiana Pacers

Indiana University

Indianapolis Colts

Indianapolis Indians

IndyCar

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Gen Con 50 4-Day Badges Are SOLD OUT; Saturday Badges Will Sell Out Soon

If you want to purchase a Saturday badge for Gen Con 50, this is your final reminder, as they’re anticipated to sell out soon! You can order yours on gencon.com. Limited quantities of Thursday, Friday, and Sunday (Family Fun) badges are also available while supplies last.

Gen Con will attempt to alert attendees to approaching sell outs of other single-day badge types. However, given the pace of Gen Con 50 badge sales, this may not be possible with each badge type.

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Darrell L. Jeffrey, 55, of Allen County, Killed in Whitley County Crash

Indiana State Police sent this bulletin at 07/14/2017 09:14 PM EDT

Whitley County, IN – The Indiana State Police is investigating a two vehicle crash which occurred earlier this afternoon on US 30 that claimed the life of a man from Allen County and injured two others.

Preliminary investigation by Trooper Jonathan Amburgey indicated at approximately 3:25 p.m., a 2016 Hyundai Sonata driven by 70-year-old John W. Stroup of rural Columbia City was traveling eastbound on US 30 at County Road 700 E, approximately four miles east of Columbia City.

Stroup reportedly began turning north onto 700 E and in doing so, struck a westbound 2008 Pontiac Montana van driven by 55-year-old Darrell L. Jeffrey of northern Allen County. The broadside impact caused the van to roll over at least once and ejected 62-year-old Richard B. Falk of Ossian. He was flown by medical helicopter to Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne with life-threatening injuries. Another passenger in the van, 72-year-old Lovis P. Ort of Fort Wayne was transported by Parkview EMS to Parkview Regional Medical Center for non life-threatening injuries.

Although he was wearing his seat belt, Jeffrey suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Stroup’s wife and two juvenile children were also in the Sonata at the time and because they were all seat belted, they did not require hospitalization. The westbound lanes of US 30 were closed for about two-and-a-half hours during the investigation and subsequent clearing of the vehicles and debris from the roadway.

At this time, the crash remains under investigation. Trooper Amburgey was assisted at the scene by the Whitley County Sheriff Department, the Coesse Fire Department and Parkview EMS.

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