About Lauren Beasley

Interested in getting Keeton’s attention? Talk to him about Cars. He’s going to race like Lightning McQueen when he grows up. But right now, Keeton is undergoing two-and-a-half years of chemotherapy at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® for the treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Families like Keeton’s never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, […]

  Recording artist, comedian and on-air talent Jermaine Dolly has officially joined the Praise Indy team! The announcement was made on Monday that Dolly will host his show on Sundays from 1pm-4pm on AM 1310 and 92.7 FM! A man of many talents, in 2017 Dolly released his debut album called The Dolly Express!! The Dolly […]

It’s new day and Praise Indy is feeling good about their latest addition! On Monday, it was announced that national recording artist and Indy’s own Randy Weston will join the Praise Indy team as the host of the Praise Break from 12noon – 1pm weekdays Monday-Friday and on Saturday from 5pm – 7pm. Producer, songwriter […]

Join our Race for the Cure team and help us fight against breast cancer at this year’s Breast Cancer Walk on April 27th, 2019!

Potholes are a huge problem for thousands of Hoosier drivers and have been for a while now. As the weather continues to get warmer, the Department of Public Works are continuously filling potholes and since that hole have been reported but understandably so drivers want answers about the continuous problems with our roads. On Thursday, Mayor […]

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Harper is sweet, funny and athletic. She’s a social butterfly who loves hanging out with her brothers and her friends. In April 2017, Harper was found to suffer from undifferentiated embryonal sarcoma, a type of liver cancer. When her family learned she had cancer, they embraced Harper’s journey like they embrace a race. “Harper is resilient, […]

Growing up as an American boy in Honduras, David took full advantage of his unique experience and learned to speak three languages—English, Spanish and a local dialect of the island where they live. When David began feeling ill in April 2016, doctors discovered he had acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Being a cancer survivor himself, David’s grandfather, Tom, was determined […]

Oscar Robertson, the “Big O,” was an unstoppable offensive player over the course of his career and it all began right here in Indianapolis, Indiana. In high school, he made history as he led Crispus Attucks High School to consecutive basketball state titles in 1955 and 1956, making them the first all-black champion in state […]

A son of a bricklayer, Jeff Harrison worked as a hod carrier, who mixed mud, carried blocks down to the basement, and carried bricks up ladders onto roofs for chimneys. Though he originally planned to be a bricklayer like his father, Jeff’s high school guidance counselor talked him into engineering. From there, he would attend and graduate from […]

A journalist provides a voice for those who do not have one and for years that what Carolene Mays did for years before becoming the Commissioner for the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission and now Executive Director of the White River State Park Development Commission. From 1998, until the appointment, she was Publisher and President of […]