The field is set for the November general election for Mayor of Indianapolis. After Tuesday’s Primary Election, Joe Hogsett handily beat his field with 89 percent of the vote and will take on Republican Chuck Brewer. There’s your face off. Brewer, the GOP-slated candidate tallied 77 percent of the vote in the primary. Three of your Indianapolis City-County […]

It’s Primary Election Day here in Indiana today and across our area the polls are open until 6 p.m. for these municipal elections. Mayoral primary races are the key races here in Indianapolis with several candidates vying for their party’s support to win the city’s top leadership post since Mayor Greg Ballard is not seeking […]

The 2015 National Football League Draft is underway in Chicago–the first time the draft has been outside New York City since 1965 and while at this historic location for the event, the Indianapolis Colts have made their selection in the first round. To hear more about who the “Horseshoe” decided to pick and why, click […]

A modest increase in school funding is in the new budget plan that Republican House and Senate leaders revealed Tuesday night at the Indiana Statehouse, as this current session of the legislature winds down. The roughly $32 billion two-year budget proposal includes $464 million in new school spending, an increase just over two percent. “The […]

This afternoon in Downtown Indy, the month of May gets underway a couple days early leading up to the 99th running of the Indianapolis 500. The nonprofit “500 Festival” is inviting you to a kickoff celebration on Monument Circle from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. It’s one of 50 events the committee will host. Check those out HERE. Food […]

Baltimore citizens are banning together today to clean up their neighborhood after protests turned to violent rioting overnight leaving property damage, more than 200 arrests and at least 15 police officers injured. Click the media player below to hear how citizens plan to make a difference as a positive reaction to the pain caused by the […]

Crews continue digging through rubble looking for victims Monday after more than 3,600 people have been confirmed dead and thousands injured in the massive earthquake that hammered Nepal over the weekend. It seems like whatever is going on in the world, Hoosiers are there. As was the case in this tragedy. A group of Hoosier climbers are […]

On Tuesday, we told you, “Don’t look for Blue Bell ice cream on your local store shelves. It won’t be there because it’s been recalled.” Now we’re learning there’s a lot more to the story of Listeria contamination at this Texas-based ice cream company that produced a favorite tasty treat for you and your family. […]

Don’t look for Blue Bell ice cream on your local store shelves. It won’t be there because it’s been recalled. The Texas-based ice cream company announced Monday it was voluntarily recalling all of its products due to concerns about Listeria contamination. Blue Bell’s CEO says this is the right thing to do and the only […]

If you’re downtown or in areas of the city where there are lots of hotels, you can’t miss them–firefighters are everywhere. Naturally, next you look for smoke and flames but you’re more likely to spot dollars. Spending. That’s what happens when large conventions come to Indianapolis. Conventioneers leave an economic impact. And, there’s no disappointment as […]

Central Indiana is under a Dense Fog Advisory issued by the National Weather Service until 9 a.m. Schools in the city of Indianapolis are for the most part dealing with the fog that has settled into Central Indiana this early Friday morning. However that dense fog is causing visibility problems in the outlying rural areas where there […]

More than half of the soldiers in the U.S. Army don’t have much optimism about their military futures and nearly as many don’t like their jobs. USA Today says the negative results are in spite of a six-year optimism and resiliency campaign that has cost the Army over $285 million so far. The program was […]