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A new documentary is hitting the airwaves on Thursday, revisiting what many consider to be America’s most controversial criminal trial, the murder trial of OJ Simpson. The film is called OJ: TRIAL OF THE CENTURY and “Access Indy” host, Kim Wells, sat down with the Emmy Award-winning filmmaker and native Hoosier, Nicole Rittenmeyer, who produced this […]

The Indianapolis Association of Black Journalists (IABJ) is holding a Summer Multimedia Workshop for high school aged students June 22-28 at Butler University. This workshop is an opportunity for teens to learn print and broadcast journalism, social media, backpack journalism and public relations disciplines from this city’s media professionals and top-flight media professors in a residential collegiate setting. IABJ […]

More than 28-thousand Hoosiers have not responded to letters regarding homestead exemptions. The pink form is worth a $45,000 tax break for homeowners. Failure to fill out the form could cause you to pay a higher property tax. State law says homeowners cannot take more than one homestead exemption. Contact your county auditor’s office for information on your […]

Today is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD). Observed yearly on February 7, this is a HIV testing and treatment community mobilization initiative for Blacks in the United States and across the African Diaspora. The day has a four-pronged focus for improved health regarding HIV–Get Educated, Get Tested, Get Involved, and Get Treated. To get […]

Are you one of the thousands of Hoosier residents that heats your home with propane? Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is helping Hoosiers affected by the current propane shortage. Zoeller says anyone with a tank supply at ten-percent or less and is having trouble contacting their supplier or who is having other difficulties finding an alternate supplier […]

Johnson County Police are investigating multiple shootings that left two people dead. The shootings happened in a home on Bridlewood Drive in Franklin and another death nearby in what Sheriff Doug Cox termed a “murder-suicide.” The first killing was reported shortly after 10 p.m. Monday night. Police say four people were shot in the home. The […]

Indianapolis Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Lewis Ferebee wants to meet parents and students at a town-hall meeting Tuesday evening. He wants to know what your concerns are in-detail about the school system, including what you like in order to address issues. The IPS meeting starts at 6 p.m. at the Southeast Community Service Center, Senior Citizen Center located […]

Some people watch the Super Bowl for the entertainment of the ads as much as the drama on-field of the game. Apparently the softer side of America had its heartstrings pulled during the big game because Budweiser’s commercial featuring an adorable puppy who buddies up with a neighboring Clydesdale horse, is this year’s “USA Today” Super Bowl Ad […]

Residents Can Get Out Of The Cold in Indy Due to the dangerously cold temperatures that have gripped Indianapolis, Indy Parks has partnered with The Department of Homeland Security, IMPD, and DPW to provide warming sites in each quadrant of the city to keep residents safe. These four Indy Parks sites will be open as temporary […]

 Weather Closures/Delays Are on Tap for Tuesday Mayor Greg Ballard has closed Indianapolis City-County government on Tuesday because of the subzero temperatures that have gripped Central Indiana. Marion County Superior and Circuit Courts are also closed. Marion County’s travel status remains at orange for a second day. Orange means motorists should only drive if necessary–to and from work. For […]

Indiana Connections to the 2014 Grammy’s While the French duo Daft Punk walked away as the winners of the night’s two biggest trophies at this year’s Grammy Awards–Record of the Year and Album of the Year, we couldn’t help but notice there were Hoosier ties to the ceremonies. As Best New Artist winners, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, performed their hit “Same […]

Weather Delays Are on Tap for Monday Indianapolis City-County Government is on a two-hour delay Monday because of the subzero temperatures. Marion County Superior and Circuit Courts are also delayed two-hours. The Department of Public Works has suspended trash pickup through Wednesday. Marion County’s travel status is orange. Orange means motorists should only drive if necessary. There are some […]