Local/State News

@kwellscomm  PraiseIndy.com Local News — Strawberries are in today’s Central Indiana Health Alert. Anyone who’s consumed strawberries at any restaurant in Marion, Hamilton or Hendricks County over the past two weeks should be on the lookout for signs of Hepatitis A. The Indiana State Department of Health says frozen strawberries linked to an outbreak of […]

@kwellscomm  “Access Indy with Kim Wells” As voters head to the early voting poll on this last day of early voting Monday or when the polls open Tuesday on Election Day, one of the issues that they’ll have to address on their ballot is the Marion County Transit Plan Referendum. One organization is in full support of […]

@kwellscomm PraiseIndy.com News & Sports Good day to you on this Columbus Day–better known by many as Indigenous Peoples Day. There will be no mail delivery today. The Indianapolis Urban League is asking citizens to “turn out for transit” at tonight’s Indianapolis City-County Council meeting. The IUL is encouraging everyone to pack the council chambers and show support for IndyGo. […]

@kwellscomm  PraiseIndy.com  News  — Java lovers are celebrating “National Coffee Day” on this ‘Throw Back (a cup) Thursday’ with plenty of great deals here in Indy as well as across the country. For example: McDonald’s is pouring free cups of coffee all day. Dunkin’ Donuts is serving up medium coffee for just 66-cents. Starbucks customers […]

@kwellscomm  “Access Indy with Kim Wells”  – The wife of the late boxing legend Muhammad Ali is launching a year-long service project to honor the champ’s 75th birthday and his life of inspired humanitarianism. Ali had a long relationship with ‘Naptown’ and was beloved and revered. Mrs. Lonnie Ali joins Kim Wells, to invite Hoosiers to […]

Are you owed unclaimed funds? INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – More than $430 million is waiting to be claimed in Indiana. $36 million dollars has already been claimed in the state this year. How do you find out if you have cash? It’s easy. Click here, and start by entering your name. To read more….. http://www.wthr.com/article/are-you-owed-unclaimed-funds-in-indiana

The train that has been transporting people to the Indiana State Fair for 30 years will not be running this year. The Indiana Transportation Museum confirmed that for the first time in 30 years more than 15,000 passengers will not be transported via train because of “concerns from the board.”

The Convoy of Hope stopped in Indy at the Indiana State Fairgrounds this past Saturday, June 25th.  Millions of dollars worth of goods and services were provided to the community, free of charge.  Watch the short video below to see what a blessing this event was to our community.

Earl Davis of Ft. Wayne, IN was on his way to a job interview when he noticed a boy working out on the side of the road.  Davis was curious why the boy appeared to be weight training with homemade resistance weights made of tires chained around his waist. Davis then turned around to ask […]

A local Jack In The Box has fallen victim to the latest prank call craze that is leaving numerous restaurants across the country damaged.  The Jack In The Box restaurant located at East 21st Street and Post Road received a prank call on Sunday night telling an employee that there was a gas leak. The prank […]

 (Click the photo/tweet above to see full image.) Music lovers and a caring community bid farewell over the weekend to Jazz great David Baker. Baker served as a distinguished professor of music and Jazz Studies Department chair emeritus at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music. He died on March 26 at his home in Bloomington at the […]

No Mean City is an initiative to re brand Indy’s neighborhoods and help the city grow.  It’s meant to showcase the culture that has spread throughout the city in hopes of bringing more visitors and residents to Indy. If you log onto nomeancity.com, you will find a collection of videos, articles, and quizzes that focus […]