INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Fever beat the Chicago Sky on Sunday, 91 – 83. This marks the first time the team has won back-to-back games since August 27th, 2023. Sunday’s game would tip-off early getting under way at noon. The Fever would play catch-up with the Sky early on, finishing the first quarter trailing 26 […]

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Environmental Management says that air quality levels are expected to reach levels that are unhealthy for sensitive groups on Sunday. They have issued an Air Quality Action Day (AQAD) for most of the state effective until midnight. AQAD’s are issued to try and limit ground level ozone pollutants that […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Republican Party 2024 State Convention was held Saturday, during which the Republican nominee for Lieutenant Governor was chosen… and it isn’t who you may have expected. If you have been following the Governor’s race, you will know that Sen. Mike Braun had indicated that he wanted State Rep. Julie McGuire as […]

INDIANAPOLIS — By now, you have probably seen the forecasts that are predicting high temperatures and humidity across the state over the next few days. Meteorologist Cody Moore with the National Weather Service says Sunday could be in the low- to mid-90s, with those temps lasting at least through Friday. He notes that heat indices […]

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 — The United States Olympic Swimming trials in downtown Indianapolis are not just about the sport, but it’s also about changing lives. Part of the reason Indiana fought to host the swimming trials in Lucas Oil Stadium is to bring awareness to the issue of drowning, says Sarah Myer, Chief Marketing Director of Indiana […]

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 […]

STATEWIDE–About 1 in 36 fathers have children who are autistic. Common worries associated with that include the impact on the child’s future, treatment options, family dynamics, and more. Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects how people communicate and interact with others and the world around them. Dr. Breanne Hartley is the Chief Clinical Officer […]

National

SANTA FE, N.M. — The family of the cinematographer killed on the “Rust” movie set is dropping its lawsuit against actor Alec Baldwin. The lawyers for Halyna Hutchins’ parents and sister asked that the lawsuit be dismissed “without prejudice,” meaning it can be refiled later. No explanation was given for the decision. Meantime, Baldwin is […]