INDIANAPOLIS — If you have a sensitive stomach, you might have missed Saturday’s Circle City Donut Dash 5K. This event raises money for Teachers’ Treasures, a place where teachers can pick up free supplies to use in their classrooms.  Every dollar raised by the event allows Teachers’ Treasures to give away $15 worth of supplies. […]

STATEWIDE — In honor of the day’s festivities, Hoosier leaders and organizations are hoping you will have a safe and healthy St. Patrick’s Day. By now, you have probably heard countless messages about driving carefully on St. Patty’s Day.  With breweries, bars, pubs, and restaurants getting into the spirit, it could be tempting to have […]

STATEWIDE — You’ve probably heard people talk about packing their bags and leaving their home state. Indiana is no different. In 2022, Indiana had one of the largest population losses in the United States, according to a study conducted by HireAHelper, a website that connects people with moving opportunities. In the company’s fifth annual United […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Indy Mayor Joe Hogsett celebrated the achievement of a major environmental goal for the city Thursday. The mayor worked with others to plant the city’s 30,000th tree at Willard Park.  This goal was originally expected to be met in 2025, meaning the city is about two years ahead of schedule. Trees planted by […]

SPEEDWAY, Ind. — You may recognize the unfinished construction project on the corner of 16th and Main streets as what may one day be called the Wilshaw Hotel. The hotel’s finish date may not be it’s only problem. Funding has been the main concern for contractors since construction began in 2016. The 128-room hotel was […]

INDIANAPOLIS — If you have a teenager at home, you might be encouraging them to look for a summer job.  If so, various industries around the state are currently looking for seasonal staff. Consider chatting with your teen about some of these opportunities.  You might even be interested in exploring some of them for yourself! […]

CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. — The Hoosier Lottery says someone bought a $50,000 winning ticket at a Kroger in Crawfordsville during Monday night’s Powerball drawing. That person matched four out of the five numbers and the Powerball. The winning Powerball numbers for Monday were 3, 10, 24, 46, 63 with a Powerball of 4. The Powerball jackpot […]

GREENSBURG, Ind. — Another major car manufacturing operation is moving to Indiana. For the last 40 years, the Honda Accord had been assembled in Marysville, Ohio. The company announced Tuesday production will move to it’s Indiana production plant in 2025. The plant, located in Greensburg, Indiana, was Honda’s seventh North American plant and broke ground […]

INDIANAPOLIS — You may have heard about bank closures that have been impacting businesses around the nation.  Now, many are asking if Hoosiers will be affected by these challenges. Banks like the Silicon Valley Bank (based in California) and Signature Bank (based in New York) have collapsed in recent days.  High inflation and interest rates […]

VALPARAISO, Ind. — When it comes to preparing students for high-paying, stable, in-demand jobs for the 21st century, high school just doesn’t cut it anymore. That’s the word from the First Lady. In Valparaiso Monday, Dr. Jill Biden spoke at Ivy Tech Community College, which she views as a leading institution in the push for […]