INDIANAPOLIS — Fans will have the opportunity to watch the Indianapolis Colts practice 13 times this summer, the team announced Tuesday. The first practice open to fans will be July 26 at 10 a.m.  The final open practice will be on Thurs., Aug. 17. Practices will be held at Grand Park Sports Campus in Westfield, just […]

INDIANAPOLIS — IMPD officers found a man dead from gunshot wounds in the hallway of an apartment building this morning on the city’s east side. According to police, officers were called to The Reserves at Warren Park Apartments in the 9000 block of E. 10th Street for a person shot. There they found the adult […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Things are sweetening up on Monument Circle as preparations are underway for The 57th annual Indy Strawberry Festival. “After the [Indy 500] race, it’s the kinda the other official start of summer downtown.” Four to six tons of strawberries will feed tens of thousands of hungry Hoosiers at the annual Indy Strawberry Festival […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Pat McAfee’s show is moving to ESPN as part of a new multiyear deal announced Tuesday. McAfee first joined ESPN as a college football analyst for its Thursday night games in 2019. He returned to the network last year and became part of the “College GameDay” crew as well as hosting some alternate […]

FISHERS — An Indianapolis family has filed a tort claim indicating their plans to sue the Fishers Police Department for racial profiling. The tort claim states new parents Malcom Bunnell and Caitlin White were “pulled over, held at gunpoint, arrested and detained based on the color of their skin” on April 21. The father, told […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Mayor Hogsett joined Indy Parks and the city-county council to officially announce the name of the multipurpose field at Tarkington Park as The Richard “Coach Nell” Hamilton field after Coach Nell, who was killed in a road rage incident earlier this year. In March, the Indy Park Board approved the named change after […]

INDIANAPOLIS — More than 70,000 people are expected to be in Indianapolis this weekend for the NRA Convention. “We are here to show off some of our new products,” Nick Scovil said. Scovil and his company, Savage Arms, will be of one of the many vendors inside the Indiana Convention Center. “We won a couple of awards […]

Actress Nia Long is coming to Indianapolis. She’ll be speaking at the 2023 Annual Steward Speakers Gala on April 13 at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown. Long replaces Sanaa Lathan who had been slated for the gala. For information, visit

INDIANAPOLIS — According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the participation of teens in the workforce has declined over the last few decades. Indianapolis city leaders are hoping to change that. Since 2016, the city has been urging young people to apply for jobs through Project Indy, which a network that allows people aged 16-24 to […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Pacers and rapper 50 Cent embarked on a mutli-year partnership in 2022 to highlight youth initiatives in Indianapolis, according to a press release. The partnership includes investments from Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s 501(c)(3) charity, The G-Unity Foundation, which will develop mentoring programs, a youth advisory council, and other initiatives to strengthen the […]

INDIANAPOLIS — North Central High School (NCHS) has released a statement to staff and families regarding the school’s principal that has been placed on a leave of absence. The statement says that Mr. Branigan was placed on leave “after allegations involving verbal misconduct and failure to implement District protocols regarding a student discipline matter.” According […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Major changes are expected to come to two heavily traveled streets on Indy’s near eastside. The City is expected to convert sections of Michigan and New York streets from one-way to two-way roads. “I think probably, like all change, some folks will have mixed feelings,” Indianapolis resident, Anne Lear, said. DPW says through […]