Five men were asleep in an apartment in Lake Camelot on Indianapolis’ northwest side Wednesday morning when home invaders knocked and broke in saying they had guns. According to WTHR, the victims were asleep upstairs at the time of the invasion. When they heard the break-in, two hid in the bathroom, two leaped from a […]

It has been almost 30 years since a grocer entered the marketplace in Indianapolis’ downtown landscape. This ends on Thursday when Marsh opens its doors on a “Marsh the Marketplace.” Officials with Marsh grocery stores say it will meet the needs of urban customers who are part of a new surge of residential living downtown. […]

There’s a new development Monday morning in the search for hundreds of kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls. The terror group Boko Haram has released a video purportedly showing some of the 276 girls who’ve been missing since mid-April. In the video, the group’s leader says the teens have converted to Islam and will be held hostage until a deal […]

The University of Kentucky is giving an honorary degree to a black man denied admission in 1946. Harrison Wilson instead went to Kentucky State University to continue his education and became a successful basketball coach, administrator and university president.Wilson will get his degree from U of K on Saturday along side his grandson, who is […]

   The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is extending its hours for voters who need identification for Tuesday’s primary election.  Here in Indiana, you cannot cast your ballot and take part in the voting process unless you have a state issued I.D. card or driver’s license. Therefore, starting on Monday, all BMV branches will be open […]

ISTEP testing is getting underway for students at Indianapolis Public Schools. In February, the Indiana Department of Education expanded the testing window to March 21st because of the cold and snow that altered school schedules and kept students out of class. Testing is expected to wrap up on March 19th. Make sure your students get plenty […]

A school bus has reportedly hit two children in the Taylorsville area Thursday morning. According to early media reports, Columbus police and Indiana State troopers are on the scene investigating this accident where a school bus from Taylorsville Elementary  apparently struck two students in the Colony Park neighborhood on Chaucer Drive. One student has been airlifted according […]

The University of Indianapolis is creating a special scholarship program.  This new scholarship will provide funding for families of public safety employees killed in the line of duty. Children will receive full tuition toward an undergraduate degree. University President Robert Manuel said, “Our intent is to express our support and provide a sense of comfort and security to […]

 SNOW COVERS INDIANAPOLIS METRO AREA A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until 7 p.m. on Thursday. The National Weather Service says more than four-inches of snow accumulation is expected. The cold temperatures are providing the perfect atmosphere for accumulation. Snowfall will taper off during the day but may start again later in the evening […]

Kid’s Want to Ring In the New Year Too Looking for something to do with your kids on Tuesday for New Year’s Eve? The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is holding its annual “Countdown to Noon”. This is an annual tradition that gives families the chance to experience the excitement of a countdown and a festive […]