WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Commentator Michael Knowles spoke at Purdue Thursday evening, and many students gathered in protest. Knowles – a conservative commentator for The Daily Wire – was invited to speak by the Purdue College Republicans.  However, his recent comments about eradicating transgenderism “from public life entirely” inspired hundreds of students to speak out. […]

KENDALLVILLE, Ind. — Parents and students alike are expressing their frustrations after a middle school principal announced his resignation. East Noble Middle School Principal Andrew Deming has made it clear he plans to step away from his current role at the end of the school year, and he has listed some of the reasons behind […]

INDIANAPOLIS — If you have been following the debate on House Bill 1608, you might be interested to know that it is now headed to the full Indiana Senate. If passed, this bill would implement certain restrictions for teachers of grades up to Third.  They would not be allowed to discuss certain facets of human […]

INDIANAPOLIS — You don’t have to wait until April to get in the Easter spirit. This weekend, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis will be hosting its Breakfast with Bunnysaurus Rex.  The event allows you to enjoy one of the museum’s most notable exhibits while celebrating the holiday. Here, you and your family can eat a […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A famous circus group is reinventing itself to create a new, animal-free show. Perhaps taking some inspiration from Cirque du Soleil, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus will now be performing without animals.  Instead, shows will feature stunts on the highwire, trapeze, and more. The Associated Press reports that you will […]

INDIANAPOLIS — One lucky Hoosier is in for a big payday, courtesy of the Hoosier Lottery. The organization is urging you to check your Hoosier Lottery CA$H 5 tickets, as one worth $207,183 was purchased Friday.  The winner bought their ticket at Just Smokes in Lafayette. So, if you decided to try your hand at […]

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. […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The real St. Patrick may have died in 461 C.E., but that did not stop one chaplain from getting in character to visit hospital patients. Chaplain Kevin Caspersen spent time with patients and families Friday at the Ascension St. Vincent Heart Center.  His costume featured a decorated green vestment, stole, miter, and staff. […]

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 […]

INDIANAPOLIS — If you have been considering donating blood, now may be the perfect time.  The American Red Cross is offering gift card incentives for donating through March 31st. You can donate blood, platelets, or plasma this month in exchange for a $10 digital gift card.  And, five donors will be randomly selected for $3,000 […]