Open Lines

Perry Township Schools is hiring teachers, bus drivers and custodial staff. The district is hosting multiple hiring events including a “Drive the bus with us” event, where anyone can with a basic driver’s license can take a school bus for a test drive. For more information contact Deondra Billingsley, Talent Acquisition Coordinator at 317-789-3788. For […]

After one of the most challenging school years for students, parents and educators alike, The Mind Trust and United Way of Central Indiana (UWCI) today announced plans for the Indy Summer Learning Labs, a free and fun summer learning and enrichment program designed to accelerate academic achievement and address the significant lost learning opportunities caused […]

A Photo Party is helping Hoosiers get new professional photos, and the proceeds from the party are will benefit special needs families. Plus, We ask what should replace Oaktree Apartments? Scarlett Martin from The Indianapolis Metropolitan Development and Damon Hewlin of Meticulous Design + Architecture join us on the live line taking suggestions from listeners. […]

The cast members from the stage play PNC presents NO.6 gives us a preview of the play written by TJ Young. Michael Stewart Allen and LaKesha Lorene who play Kelly and Felicia join us LIVE. As city-wide riots approach their neighborhood, a Black family shelters in their apartment above the small dry-cleaning business they own. […]

Did you get the COVID-19 Vaccine? Do you plan to get the vaccine? Or are you totally against it? There’s no right or wrong answer, we survey our listeners to see where they stand on getting a vaccine. Open Lines hosted by Cameron Ridle airs Sunday Mornings at 8AM on HOT 96.3 and 106.7 WTLC […]

A Job description from Newfields at the Indianapolis Art Museum is causing outrage after the organization posted a job description for an Art Director saying they were looking for a person who could “attract a broader and more diverse audience while maintaining the Museum’s traditional, core, white art audience.” Meanwhile, The Superintendent at Hamilton Southeastern […]

Indiana Republicans are proposing a number of bills that would pull power from the local government of Indianapolis. Meanwhile Prosperity Indiana is calling attention to an effort to override Governor Holcomb veto of SEA 148 which would prohibit cities from enforcing rules on landlords, even after complaints from tenants. We have the details on what […]

For a full hour, callers sound off with their suggestions on how to solve Indy’s violence issues. This conversation continues exactly 1 week after a mass murder in Indianapolis that killed 6 people. Open Lines hosted by Cameron Ridle airs Sunday Mornings at 8AM on HOT 96.3 and 106.7 WTLC Indianapolis.  

In a 2-Hour Special Edition of Open Lines we address Indianapolis’ violent crime problem and the cases that go unsolved. Among the stories of violence in Indianapolis is the murder of Shane Spells, a 24-year-old US Postal Worker who was shot and killed while sitting in his own driveway in September 2019. His mother Shawn […]

IMPD Chief Randal Taylor looks ahead to 2021 after dealing with the events of 2020, which included the death of an officer, protests, riots, COVID-19 and 245 homicides. Meanwhile, at the Indiana Statehouse, Senate Bill 141 could put the brakes on IndyGo’s plans to expand Bus Rapid Transit in Central Indiana. Senator Aaron Freeman, who […]

Rep. Andre Carson tells us where he was in the Capitol as the deadly invasion of the building began, and why he is for impeaching President Donald Trump for a second time or removing him by use of the 25th amendment. Governor Eric Holcomb gives his forecast for 2021. He says he’s “All aboard” when […]

The deaths of Dr. Chaniece Wallace and Dr. Susan Moore have shined a light on racial disparities and issues impact Black women inside Indiana’s Hospitals. Alexis Tardy of the social justice group “Call and Response” explains why the organization is asking for justice and accountability follow the deaths of the 2 Black doctors. Open Lines […]