Local

INDIANAPOLIS — Applications are now open for the Summer Electronic Benefits Transfer which will benefit Hoosier students over the summer by providing their families with one-time payments of $120. The SEBT program is often referred to as SUN Bucks and it provides families with school-aged children with money to be used on groceries over the […]

INDIANAPOLIS — If you have seen more fire trucks than normal in the Circle City this week, as well as crowds of people wearing red or blue shirts, there is a reason for that. FDIC International is happening now at the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium. This year’s Fire Department Instructors Conference kicked […]

HOWARD COUNTY, Ind. — A corrections officer who had been on the job for less than a year is now in jail…in part for having sex with a woman on work release. The Howard County Sheriff’s Office announced Wednesday that 23-year-old Terrion Henderson has been arrested. They first began looking into him Monday. Police believe […]

UPDATE: The Lawrence Police Department provided an update Thursday afternoon, noting that Nicholas Lockard “has been located safely.” Lockard had last been seen Monday. — LAWRENCE, Ind. — Lawrence Police are still searching for a man who was last seen Monday, and they say he may need “immediate” medical help. Nicholas Lockard, 26, was last […]

FISHERS, Ind. — The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is once again planning to perform as part of the annual Symphony on the Prairie event, and this year’s concert lineup has been announced. Symphony on the Prairie provides a variety of opportunities to enjoy live music in the summer weather, whether you need to schedule a date […]

National

WASHINGTON — The House has delivered its articles of impeachment against the Homeland Security secretary to the Senate. In February, Alejandro Mayorkas became the first Cabinet official to be impeached over his handling of the U.S.-Mexico border. All 100 senators will be sworn in Wednesday for a trial that isn’t expected to last long. Democrats […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Attendees at the ChuckStrong Tailgate Gala saw some famous faces Friday night, who helped them raise an additional $1 million for cancer research. Former Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and former Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano brought in the sum, which team owner Jim Irsay promised to donate if the two could toss footballs […]

INDIANAPOLIS — If you are a fan of live performances, you will be pleased to know that the Indiana Repertory Theatre has announced its lineup for the 2024-2025 season! Whether you enjoy dramas, comedies, or classics, the IRT believes it will have a show for you. And, the theatre’s Margot Lacy Eccles Artistic Director, Benjamin […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Do you have old electronics that you no longer want, but don’t quite know how to dispose of them? If so, head to the Spring Power Recycling Day at the Indianapolis Zoo Saturday. Here, you can bring items like computers, cell phones, tablets, and televisions, and the Technology Recyclers will take them off […]

INDIANAPOLIS — If you enjoy German heritage and beer, the Athenaeum Foundation in Indy is hosting the perfect event for you this weekend. The upcoming St. Benno Fest will kick off Saturday at 7 p.m. on East Michigan Street. Craig Mince, Executive Director of the Athenaeum Foundation, says the long-running festival celebrates the “Spring harvest […]