Sales of previously owned homes in June fell 5.4% from May, according to a monthly report from the National Association of Realtors. Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the Realtors said the slide of home sales is due to “plunging affordability. We have never seen mortgage rates shoot up this fast at this magnitude. Even people […]

There are many reasons why someone might want to be educated. Some of the logic includes securing employment opportunities, achieving a higher income level, poverty reduction, equality and better health. WalletHub has crunched some numbers to determine which US cities have the most educated people.  To determine where the most educated Americans are choosing to […]

Trucking is responsible for most of the overland freight movement in the United States, with the market being worth $732.3 billion. The U.S. employs an estimated 8.9 million people in trucking-related jobs; nearly 3.5 million are truck drivers. Driving large tractor-trailers or delivery trucks is one of the largest occupations in the United States. The forecast for […]

Whether it’s a long-term illness, new conditions, or simply a need to visit an emergency room, visiting a hospital can be a stressful experience. If you have to go, you’ll want to know you have selected a care facility that receives high marks. Stacker recently rated the top 3 hospitals in every state. Their index includes […]

People often think of how things are going to be when something begins and is bright, shiny and new. What about when somethings ends? Nothing lasts forever and this includes your home appliances. The life span of your home appliances may not be something you think about until they no longer work. What is the […]

It is the most consumed side dish at American restaurants…French Fries. According to the, the average American eats almost 30 pounds of fries a year. A study published in the Journal of Nutrition, fried potatoes are the most frequently consumed vegetable for children ages 2 to 4. We have a long history with the […]

We’ve spent a lot of time talking about the price of gas for your car. The state revenue department announced a 5-cent increase on the sales tax for gasoline creating another state record for the third month in a row. Beginning July 1, Indiana’s gas taxes will total a record 80.4 cents. As of Tuesday, […]

I was standing on the 3rd floor balcony at the Emmis building looking out onto Monument Circle while down below Indy Roof had their trucks precisely lined up while the staff were getting their pictures taken. The area makes for a fantastic backdrop for pictures. It got me thinking about other best spots in Indy […]

Hot enough for ya? It’s about to get hotter. Indianapolis hasn’t reached a 90 degree day yet this year but that is about to change. WISH TV reports, “A large dome of high pressure in the upper levels of the atmosphere will be the perfect set up for hot temperatures next week. Forecast highs next […]

State symbols are any type of symbol or imagery, including animals, plants, rocks, and even articles of clothing, that are chosen by the residents and legislature of a state to be representative of that state. State identity and symbolic independence is an important part of our history and culture. State symbols are typically chosen by the […]