This year the impact of inflation on our finances is undeniably burdensome. If you find yourself struggling to maintain the same level of financial comfort that was achievable just a few years ago, you’re not alone in facing this challenge. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics recently announced that the consumer price index rose 3.7% […]

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INDIANAPOLIS — The vote to name the Indianapolis Zoo’s baby elephant has concluded and the baby calf will now be referred to as “Jabari.” The baby boy is the first child of Zahara and was born back in September during Labor Day weekend. Jabari weighed 262 pounds at birth which is slightly above average as […]

Douglas G. Carter is the head of the Indiana State Police. He is tired of the lack of holding criminals accountable in Indianapolis. Do you think that $1,000 is enough money to set a murderer free? The city of Indianapolis does. Luis Leyba-Gonzalez, 19, was released Saturday on a $1,000 cash bond. Court records show there […]

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Hi! Hate to say, but more repaving is coming to the northeast side. The lane restrictions go south this time, not north, and they’ll block a very important exit ramp to Lawrence. Ready (ugh yes), set, go!! Where? Lawrence and the northeast side. What’s happening? More repaving that’s “essential,” according to the Indiana Department of […]

You can tell a language is doing well when it’s constantly coming up with new words, borrowing from other languages, and giving old words new meanings. Based on the latest research: English is in great shape! However, if you have an older dictionary, as in older than today, it’s out of date. Merriam-Webster has announced […]

The history of apple cultivation in the United States is as rich and diverse as the apple varieties themselves. The first apple orchard was planted near Boston’s Beacon Hill in 1965. Since then apples have played an essential role in American agriculture and culture. Fast forward to today, and you’ll find over 20,000 apple growers […]

As I create this article, it’s a picture-perfect sunny day in Indianapolis. However, as summer draws to a close, the anticipation of fall excites some. Others desperately cling to the warmth of the season. A recent study delved into American cities to identify the ideal and less ideal destinations for summer enthusiasts. The review considered […]

We’re in one of the cheapest states in the union! As the cost of living continues to rise, many people are facing new challenges when it comes to managing their finances. Naturally, individuals are reevaluating their financial situations, and for some, this might include contemplating a potential move. According to the latest list of the […]

Sports betting in the United States has seen explosive growth in recent years, with 2023 poised to shatter previous records. Between January and July of this year alone, Americans have wagered an astounding $59 billion. This marks a 176% increase from 2020 and a 4% jump from 2021. This suggests that the total amount wagered […]

The Indianapolis Fraternal Order of Police #86 has decided not to endorse either mayoral candidate for the upcoming election. This is the first time in decades the FOP has not chosen a mayoral candidate. The Indy FOP #86 is a non-bipartisan group that represents the voices of law enforcement in the Indy Metro Region, that […]