INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Hundreds of family members and neighbors marked the one-year anniversary of an explosion that ravaged an Indianapolis neighborhood with a ceremony where the home of a couple killed in the blast once stood.
Many police officers and firefighters joined the crowd Sunday night that walked along the streets lined with luminaries in the Richmond Hill subdivision on the city's far south side.
About 100 luminaries formed a flickering cross in the driveway of Dion and Jennifer Longworth's home where they died when a neighboring house exploded.
Emily Voss says she's glad her brother and sister-in-law are remembered by so many people.
A woman, her then-boyfriend and his brother are awaiting trial on charges that they rigged a natural gas explosion in her home in hopes of collecting insurance money.