KANSAS CITY, MO.–Housing, public safety, and mental health are just three of many topics being discussed this week at the United States Conference of Mayors in Missouri. This conference is a nonpartisan organization of cities with populations of 30,000 or more. There are nearly 1,400 such cities in the U.S. today. One of the more […]

INDIANAPOLIS–IU Health is developing a new hospital in downtown Indianapolis valued at $2.3 billion. It is supposed to open in late 2027. The new hospital is supposed to expand the medical campus and “meet the needs of future patient care and attract top medical and research professionals.” Leaders say it will also save $50 million […]

WHITESTOWN, Ind. — Whitestown Police say another person working at Waste Management has died due to a “workplace accident.” Officers believe 59-year-old Johnny Williams was hit by a company vehicle Tuesday. He sustained “traumatic injuries” and died at the scene. A similar death was reported at the facility on South Indianapolis Road in December, when […]

INDIANAPOLIS—The U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials are on now at Lucas Oil Stadium. This nine-day event has spotlighted the city nationally and internationally. Local leaders are excited about the increased attention, especially with thousands of media members following the action as 1,000 swimmers compete for spots on the U.S. Olympic Swimming team. “If you’re in the […]

COLUMBUS, Ind. — Last weekend, an event celebrating summer grilling raised more than $30,000 for a charity in Bartholomew County. This year’s running of the Hoosier Egg Fest was held Saturday at Thompson Furniture in Columbus. Here, 22 teams cooked on Big Green Egg grills while raising money for The Columbus Firemen’s Cheer Fund. Judges […]


MOORESVILLE — One lucky Hoosier is $50,000 richer after matching four out of the five powerball numbers in Saturday night’s drawing. The winning ticket was purchased at GetGo #7539 at 1061 Bridge St. in Mooresville. The winning numbers were 4-36-48-54-56 and a Powerball of 2. Potential winners can check their ticket in the Hoosier Lottery […]

INDIANAPOLIS—Indiana State Police began replacing Dodge Chargers with Dodge Durangos. They ordered 516 Durangos valued at about $25.8 million, with 219 already in service. However, 39 Durangos have experienced mechanical failures because of faulty oil coolers. Police say if this trend continues, they expect 40 more to fail, totaling around $3.9 million in unusable equipment. […]

INDIANAPOLIS — If you are still trying to figure out your plans for Father’s Day, consider taking your dad to the Rathskeller Biergarten Sunday for Das GartenGrillFest. Here, your family can honor Father’s Day while celebrating German heritage. There will be a “backyard barbecue brunch” – complete with a hog roast, sandwiches, German potato salad, […]

INDIANAPOLIS — This weekend, you can celebrate your love of dogs AND coffee at an adoption event in Indianapolis. Indy’s Animal Care Services (IACS) and Coal Yard Coffee will be hosting the Paws & Pour event Saturday and Sunday. Here, you can meet adoptable dogs and take one home without paying an adoption fee! There […]

INDIANAPOLIS — You may remember when Ascension St. Vincent experienced a cyberattack last month. Well, the medical group says patients can access their Electronic Health Records once again. If you receive care through Ascension St. Vincent, you should now be able to look over your Electronic Health Records (EHRs) online. Access to these and other […]