Fast food eaters, keep reading… If you’re going to McDonald’s on this Tax Day 2015, be aware that fast-food workers around the country, including those here in Indy, plan on walking off the job. That might slow your time to get a burger and fries. This “Fight for $15” will include college campuses such as IUPUI. […]

For the first time in decades, concert-goers at the Indiana State Fair will be allowed to drink. The 2015  concert lineup at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum includes pop singer Meghan Trainor on  August 11th, “A Prairie Home Companion” host Garrison Keillor on August 12th, comedian Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias on August 13th and country artist Jake Owen […]

A Megabus traveling to Atlanta from Chicago tangled with a semi-truck early Monday morning just south of  Indianapolis crashing on southbound Interstate-65 near Edinburgh in Johnson County. According to media reports, the bus was traveling in a road construction site and rear ended the semi. Two other vehicles were also involved. At least 10 passengers sustained injuries, but […]

The road to the White House is heating up! Following her much anticipated campaign announcement on Sunday, Hillary Clinton is now headed to Iowa. She is planning to visit the important primary battleground state Tuesday which will be the first official campaign stop in her bid to take the White House in 2016. See her tweet […]

An injured Pacers player is thinking seriously about his role in the situation that has left him in a New York City hospital bed recuperating after being being stabbed. Yes, forward Chris Copeland was no doubt the victim of a violent crime, however, he’s apologizing for his “bad choice of being out” early Wednesday morning. The 31-year-old athlete also vowed to work […]

Visitors to Indy are now clearing out of town after the NCAA Men’s Final Four festivities over a long Easter weekend and championship game Monday night. Congrats to the Duke “Blue Devils” who beat the Wisconsin “Badgers” 68 to 63 at Lucas Oil Stadium downtown. Duke rallied from a nine-point second-half deficit to that championship win, […]

A new program is launching in downtown Indianapolis to help the homeless and homelessness issues. It’s called “The Know Outlets” campaign and it’s putting red and white parking meters in front of businesses to accept donations. The program which takes its name from those in the community who come together because they know outlets and […]

UPDATE: 8:30 a.m.: IMPD is reporting through a Tweet that the missing 12-year-old girl, Lamariona Lee, believed to be a runaway, has arrived at a police substation. Again, the whereabouts of Lee are now known.   ———————Earlier Story:————————– Indianapolis Metropolitan police are asking for your help as they are looking for a missing 12-year-old girl Indianapolis […]

Six people are now safe after a raging fire broke out in their north side home early Friday morning. Indianapolis Fire Department crews fought blaze in the 5700 block of Coburn Avenue around 5:45 a.m. A family of five plus a teenaged guest escaped through both the side doors of the home and the windows after the […]

Former professional funnyman and now-U.S. Senator from Minnesota, Al Franken, paid CBS funnyman Dave Letterman a visit on Wednesday appearing on “Late Night With David Letterman.” Letterman, who is a native of Indiana, asked the politician about the increasing firestorm over the governor of his home state signing the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law. […]

Basketball fans are beginning to arrive here in Indy for the NCAA Men’s Final Four games and surrounding hoopla. As they do, city public safety officials want to ensure the safety of visitors and residents alike. The city of Indianapolis is beefing up security and say a robust security plan is in place which includes the […]

Indiana’s largest newspaper is telling the state’s governor to “Fix this Now.”  The Indianapolis Star is dedicating its entire cover Tuesday to condemn the state’s controversial new so-called religious freedom law. The editorial piece says the new law hurts Indiana’s reputation as a welcoming place for people of different cultures and backgrounds.  It also calls for […]