Caitlyn, Arson, Mexico discussed on Tony Katz Today
Darling here's what's trending this hour a serial arsonist is behind bars detectives say dear gray was behind the fires at seven homes in September in the Mars hill neighborhood on the city's west side it's where Caitlyn start your lips she tells wish TV then one night after another you wake up in the middle of the night because you think you hear something outside and my first instinct is to see if he's back at one of our houses police caught gray in the act thanks to some home surveillance cameras gray is charged with ten counts of felony arson a million dollar fine for a northern Indiana utility company Mexico says they have agreed to pay the fine to the US department of labor after a discrimination complaint was filed against the company the plaintiffs say nips go didn't hire them for open jobs because they were either black or a female the labor department found enough evidence to prove this was true and levy the fine on the company as Indiana tries to attract more jobs one obstacle is the remnants of jobs that used to be here Eric Berman explain one more industrial sites need environmental cleanup before new businesses can move this mark Fisher with the Indy chamber notes one persistent challenges putting jobs near where people live so transportation doesn't prevent them from taking a job in central Lindy there's more than a hundred acres that would fill the bill but only once a cleaned up Eric Berman ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile media conservation officers are still looking for whoever shot and killed a bald eagle near Bedford it's a federal crime to kill bald eagle on Kirk Darling on the level on the go and on Twitter at ninety three W. Y. B. C. N. W. I. B..