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  • Passes available Friday for Fountain Square Music Festival

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -The Fountain Square Music Festival has come a long way since its humble beginnings back in 2012. Tickets are on sale Friday for this year’s expanded edition, which features an outdoor stage and one heck of a lineup. Coming to Fountain Square on October 6 and 7, attendees will be able to experience music outside at a brand new stage called The Nucleus located on Virginia Ave. Like in the past, some performances will still be held indoors […]

  • Primanti Bro’s offering free food to dads on Father’s Day

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – According to Primanti Bro’s Facebook page, they are offering free food to dads on Father’s Day. It says with “almost any other purchase,” dads will eat for free. Minimum purchase is $3.99 and excludes drinks.

  • Authorities release traffic plan for parade and race this weekend

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– It’s expected to draw close to 100,000 people in downtown Indianapolis, Saturday, May 27th, but 500 Festival officials are confident the weather will co-operate and that overall problems will be minimal for the 60th IPL 500 Festival Parade. With the parade being held on the eve of the Indianapolis 500, Indianapolis city officials are in high gear putting the finishing touches on the route which will step off at noon. Not only are spectators expected to line the […]

  • Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers whip out the hits for 40th anniversary show at Klipsch

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. – Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers returned to Klipsch Saturday night for the first time since 2013, but this time around they were celebrating an achievement few bands accomplish…being around for 40 years. It was an unbelievable concert that lived up to years of anticipation for fans like myself, who have gone through many sleepless nights thinking about missed opportunities to see him in the past. They were so sharp that even one of my least favorite Petty songs, Free Fallin’, had me […]

  • Watch: 9-year-old Indiana boy finds out he is going to Wrigley Field for first time

    PIERCETON, Ind. – Kolt Kyler thought last weekend was going to be like a lot of other weekends, busy. Regular errands, such as making sure his families’ cows and pigs are fed, didn’t disappear. Mixing in a double-header after his chores and you’d think 9-year-old Kolt might have been too tired to keep working. Andy Kyler, Kolt’s dad, wanted to make sure his son’s always positive demeanor didn’t go unnoticed, and surprised Kolt, from Pierceton, with tickets to his first […]

  • Electric companies working to restore power across the state, southern Indiana hardest hit

    PLAINFIELD, Ind. – More than 13,000 Duke Energy customers in Indiana remain without power following storms late Tuesday night. According to Duke, there were over 31,000 residents without power this morning. “Our crews are working to remove downed trees, replace broken power poles, restring power lines and restore power,” said Howard Fowler, Duke Energy’s storm director. “We’ve made significant progress…we appreciate our customers’ patience and support as we continue to work as quickly and safely as possible.” Jackson, Jefferson and Clark […]