Today we celebrate the liquid fuel that powers the workforce. It’s National Coffee Day and there are a few companies here in Indy and across the nation who are giving the ‘elixir of the gods’ out for free. Some of them include Dunkin Donuts and Krispy Kreme. Dunkin is offering free cups of its new dark blend.  […]

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department begins a celebration of the life of one of their own. The public visitation of active IMPD Officer Hascall Shaffer gets underway at 2 p.m. Monday afternoon at Crown Hill Funeral Home at 700 West 38th Street. Officer Shaffer served the Indianapolis community for 18 years as a member of the […]

If you’ve eaten at Jimmy John’s sandwich shop recently, your credit card information could be at risk.  The sandwich chain says stores in 37 states, including right here in Indiana, have been affected when someone stole log-in credentials and remotely installed malware on machines used to swipe credit cards. Stores in Bloomington, Carmel, Columbus, Indianapolis […]

Two vigils will be held for murdered Ben Davis student Dominique Allen today. The 15-year-old was strangled to death and her body set on fire last month. A Prayer vigil will be held on the south side of the City-County building in downtown Indianapolis Friday evening at 5 p.m. and a candle light vigil will follow […]

A family is in financial need to bury a loved one who was the victim of a yet-unsolved heinous crime. Funds are still needed for Dominique Allen’s funeral expenses. Allen is the 15-year-old Ben Davis High School Freshman who was recently killed and whose body was then set on fire on Indy’s far west side. Allen’s family […]

A peace lock-in at Light of the World Christian Church on North Michigan Road in Indianapolis turned out to be a bit too successful. Church leaders say close to two thousand teens showed up Sunday for a youth lock-in scheduled from 8:00 Sunday night to 8:00 Monday morning. The planned event aimed to keep teens out of trouble […]

An Indianapolis family is still searching for the youngest of their clan. The search for six-week-old Delano Wilson continues.  The infant was reportedly snatched from his father after a couple pistol whipped him on Wednesday. The AMBER Alert for Wilson was canceled on Friday, but Indianapolis Metro Police say they are still pursuing leads and the […]

.Here’s what’s going on in the headlines this “Throwback Thursday” Former Lawrence North Basketball star and current NBA player Greg Oden has been taken into custody in Lawrence Thursday morning and booked at the Marion County Jail on two preliminary charges of misdemeanor battery, according to WTHR-TV. Oden is a free agent who played most recently for […]

The Indianapolis community is continuing an outpouring of love and support for for slain IMPD Officer Perry Renn, his family and the rest of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. Many people across the area have put up blue lights in front of their homes to show support and solidarity following the lead of a Facebook group called “Indy Going […]

The voters have spoken and the Indiana State Fair has released it’s “Signature Food” for this year’s fair. The food will be a beverage. It’s called the Fruit Twister Shake-Up. It’s a creative take on a lemon shake-up that combines fresh lemons, oranges, pineapple and strawberries with ice and water.  If you still want to sink your teeth […]

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Indy’s planning division is holding open houses Today for the public to take a look at an overhaul of city zoning ordinances. The program is called Indy Rezone, and city officials say it’s aimed at improving biking and walkability in the city. The presentations are scheduled from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., and again this evening from 5 p.m. […]