INDIANAPOLIS — Love is in the air – for humans and their four-legged companions – as the Marion County Clerk’s Office prepares to support animals in need while helping people marry or renew their vows. The Paws and Promises Wedding Fundraiser will be held Tuesday, June 13th.  This means that wedding ceremonies and vow renewals […]

INDIANAPOLIS — June is Pride Month, and this year, the LGBTQ+ community and allies say visibility is more important than ever. Some Hoosiers voiced concerns after the state decided to prohibit teachers from discussing human sexuality in Pre-K through Third Grade classrooms.  Republican lawmakers have also been vocally opposed to gender-affirming care for children. And, […]

INDIANAPOLIS — In honor of National Donut Day, you might be looking to pick up a sweet treat (or two) for breakfast. The holiday-of-sorts dates back to the 1930s, when the Salvation Army first honored those who provided service members with donuts during World War I.  You can learn more about the national day – […]

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HOPE, Ind. (WISH) — A man and a 2-year-old boy were flown to hospitals in Indianapolis following a Thursday night shooting in Bartholomew County, police say. Just before 11:30 p.m., sheriff’s deputies and officers from the Hope Police Department were called to a shooting in the 300 block of Elm Street in Hope. That’s a […]

INDIANAPOLIS — This weekend, you can help local police officers support Hoosiers in need through the “Pack the Cruiser” food drive. Officers in Hamilton, Johnson, Marion, and Monroe counties will be collecting food in front of certain Kroger stores from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.  If you decide to participate, you can grab a […]

FISHERS, Ind. — The Fishers Fire Department has celebrated the opening of its seventh station, and this one is a bit unique. The new station on East 136th Street features a Safe Haven Baby Box, unlike the other stations in the city.  Captain John Mehling tells WISH-TV, “This station is really a part of the […]

FORT WAYNE, Ind. — It looks like someone is desperately trying to win back Kira’s heart, whoever she may be. Multiple spots in Fort Wayne have been vandalized recently, with the vandal specifically leaving messages for “Kira.”  Some of the messages say, “I [heart sign] Kira,” while others say, “I’m sorry Kira, I [heart sign] […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Indy Metro Police are hoping to win a grant for their four-legged officers, and they need your help! If awarded, the Aftermath K9 Grant would “support all of IMPD’s furry friends.”  According to a press release, this support would be “instrumental for new K9 equipment and training.” Organizations around the country are eligible […]

STATEWIDE — With temperatures climbing as we head into summer, the Hoosier state is gearing up for a variety of community activities. It may seem surprising that this will be the first weekend in June, but alas, we are about six months into 2023.  This means that festival season is nearly in full swing. Continue […]

MONROE, Ind. — The funeral service has been scheduled for the Farmland Volunteer firefighter who died last week. 29-year-old Kyle Osgood and 19-year-old Zachary Lee had been responding to a call about a barn fire, when the truck Osgood was driving crashed.  He died at the scene, and Lee was flown to the hospital in […]