An FBI raid on the home of the head of a large nursing home operator is underway this Tuesday morning. Those agents along with local police and other law enforcement are investigating at James Burkhart’s home in Carmel, an affluent northern suburb of Indianapolis. Burkhart currently serves as the CEO of American Senior Communities. According to WRTV-6, […]

Ok…so what exactly are we talking about here….. well it looks like Indy is one of the best for solar power! According to Forbes and WISH TV said… “Indianapolis is home to the largest airport-based solar farm in the world — Indianapolis International Airport. The solar farm consists of more than 31,000 panels and takes […]

One of Indianapolis’ most honored broadcasters and highly visible community figure is joining of the city’s most visible landmarks. Angela Cain, former Community Affairs Director at WTHR/Channel 13 and a broadcaster for some thirty years has joined Indianapolis International Airport as Director of Community Affairs.  Cain was joined by Airport Executive Director Mario Rodriquez on […]

Your travel plans are likely delayed, canceled or otherwise impacted if you’re expecting to travel by air on this Monday.  This historic and life-threatening storm may impact you or your family. Click the media player below to see how.  Here in Indy, if you are traveling on the ground, travel advisories have been issued in nineteen […]

The Indianapolis International Airport is preparing to auction its lost and found items. If you’re a bargain shopper seeking a new laptop or you simply like the thrill of putting in your bid and smashing the competition, then the airport wants you to know that they have an event that will catch your eye. A […]

Johnson County Fire Claims Third Victim Tuesday Morning A fire that killed two young children on Friday has claimed another life. Sirena Slusher-Abbot had been in a medically induced coma after suffering burns over 30-percent of her body trying to rescue her children.  The 29-year-old mom died from her injuries Tuesday. Fire officials in Nineveh […]

Lots of questions have been raised about Indianapolis’ Airport. Top Black airport executives have been ousted. Is the airport making money or not? Has the airport’s commitment to use minority-owned businesses been cut? Why is the airport fighting to stop someone from opening a competing Park & Ride Parking Lot? With these and other questions […]