Indianapolis Public Schools, parents and a proud Indianapolis community is preparing to cheer for the Class of 2014 as they get their diplomas Thursday night. The district has released its graduation schedule. Arsenal Technical High School, Broad Ripple Magnet High School for the Arts and Humanities, Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School, George Washington […]

People who eat two or more servings of white bread every day could end up gaining weight. A new study out of Spain also shows eating white bread can raise a person’s risk of becoming overweight or obese by 40 percent. To read more on why white bread is impacting your health and what you […]

The annual Carb Day event gets underway on the Friday before the Indy 500 and features a host of activities, including a vintage car exhibition, Indy 500 practice, a pit stop challenge and Carb Day concerts. Events run until 6 p.m. at the track. Mario Andretti will be honored at Saturday’s Legends Day and Ed […]

Polls in Marion County are open on this Primary Election Day from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Voters must have a state or federal government-issued ID, such as a driver’s license or state ID.  Free photo ID cards are available at the BMV also until 6 p.m. To find your polling place and other information […]

A gunman is now dead after opening fire and wounding six people Tuesday morning at a Fed Ex facility in Kennesaw, Georgia. Kennesaw is about a half-hour north of Atlanta. The wounded workers have been taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. Some are in surgery while others have sustained minor injuries. Reports say the alleged gunman […]

Kraft is recalling nearly 50 tons of Oscar Mayer Classic Wieners. The reason for the nationwide recall is some Classic Cheese Dogs may have gotten mixed in with the regular hot dogs. It’s a matter of labeling. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the mixup makes the labels on the packaging incorrect because they don’t reflect the ingredients […]

A murder-suicide claimed the lives of two Indianapolis Metro Police Department officers on Thursday evening. The murdered officer is 20-year veteran, Officer Kimberlee Carmack. IMPD investigators say her estranged husband Sergeant Ryan Anders shot and killed her after forcing his way into the rear of the home in the 2400 block of Inishmore Court. SWAT teams […]

President Obama is beginning a busy and wide-ranging Thursday at the White House.  Obama might have something more to say about Wednesday’s deadly shooting at Fort Hood, Texas. In the afternoon, the President and First Lady Michelle Obama will host athletes and coaches from the 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. He’ll also sign a law that […]

The Indianapolis Public Library is inviting the community to a “Super Read Challenge” Thursday at the West Reading Room of the Central Library downtown. Join Colts tight end Dwayne Allen and representatives of The Indianapolis Public Library for the presentation of two Colts season tickets to the winner of Dwayne’s recent library reading initiative. The program […]

U.S. Congressman John Lewis is well known for his activism and long dedication to the fight for civil rights in this nation. Due to his life-time of work, he’s viewed as a serious figure in history. However the respected icon has recently proven that he likes to get “Happy” right along with the rest of […]

A gruesome discovery in the city adds to the homicide rate. IMPD and Beech Grove Police are investigating four people found dead inside a home in the 3400 block of South Parker Avenue. Officials say they got a call about the bodies of two men and two women Thursday night and it appeared they were […]