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  • 4-year-old boy becomes honorary police officer for the day in Tipton

    TIPTON, Ind.– A dream came true for a 4-year-old boy after the Tipton Police Department welcomed him as an honorary officer for the day. On Tuesday, Leo Massey “Officer Leo” was sworn in by Assistant Police Chief Jeff Stout in the Tipton City Court. WATCH: Leo Massey has wanted to become a police officer since the age of 2. Today, his dream came true. pic.twitter.com/FHbpivIjXj — Olivia McClellan (@OliviaMNews) June 19, 2018 The young boy had the chance to meet […]

  • 10-year-old recognized by Carmel mayor for his love of roundabouts

    CARMEL, Ind.– A 10-year-old boy who loves roundabouts is being recognized by the city that’s internationally known for them. On Monday, Jack Feldman was invited by the Carmel Engineering Department to inspect the construction for the new roundabout at Main Street and Gray Road. To celebrate his 10th birthday, Mayor Jim Brainard named the project the “Jack Feldman Roundabout for the Day”. “It’s really exciting to see a young man age 10 get that excited about roundabouts and why we […]

  • 12 summer day trips Hoosiers can enjoy without leaving Indiana

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Looking to get out and explore this summer, but don’t want to spend the money? You don’t have to travel far to visit new places and make summer memories! The Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites has 12 locations throughout the state, offering a variety of day trip options for every interest. Check out these 12 ideas to get you out of the city and into a new experience: Angel Mounds State Historic Site, Evansville- 165 miles (3 […]

  • Camp About Face gives Riley Hospital for Children kids the chance to come together and shine

    MARTINSVILLE, Ind.– Patients at Riley Hospital for Children have spent the last two weeks bonding through a special summer camp in Martinsville. Camp About Face gives children who were born with cleft lip or another craniofacial anomaly the chance to be themselves and make new friends. Every summer, more than 35 campers ages 8-18 attend the camp. Campers take part in various bonding activities including swimming, horseback riding, canoeing and hiking. Brandan Aughinbaugh attended the annual summer camp for 11 years […]

  • Bier Brewery pays tribute to Anthony Bourdain with stunning chalk portrait

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– If you visit Bier Brewery on Indy’s northeast side, you’ll be amazed to see a 12 feet wide mural honoring Anthony Bourdain. The chalkboard portrait was unveiled on Monday, to pay tribute to the gifted storyteller and writer. Sarah Buschmann, the creative director at Bier Brewery, spent six hours working on the piece of art. “He was obviously well-loved and I felt like a lot of people, whether they had met him, worked for him, watched him or […]

  • Savor Midtown kicks off with two weeks of value-priced menus

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Looking to try out new food at a great price? The inaugural Savor Midtown kicked off Monday, where restaurants around Broad Ripple are offering discounted, three-course meals. During Savor Midtown, diners have the opportunity to explore popular restaurants in Broad Ripple and southern Broad Ripple (So Bro) through Sunday, June 24. During the two-week event, more than ten area restaurants are providing three-course menus at a discounted price. “The prices you’re going to get are pretty good,” said […]

  • Fortville teen shares love of bees with classmates, starts high school’s first beekeeping club

    FORTVILLE, Ind.– A senior at Mt. Vernon High School is sharing his love of bees with his fellow classmates. The 16-year-old has a passion for beekeeping and just started the school’s first beekeeping club. Keian Gatewood was introduced to beekeeping six years ago while attending a local farmers market. “When I was younger, I went to a farmers market and the farmer there invited me to go out to the hives with him,” said Gatewood. “I actually got in with […]

  • Central Indiana social workers recognized for service to homeless youth

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– More than 20 high school social workers were recognized on Wednesday for their work to help homeless youth in Indianapolis. The group of workers from IPS, Lawrence and Washington township high schools were celebrated and honored at Outreach Indiana’s ‘Hallways of Hope’ event. This year, they helped more than 45 homeless high school students earn their diplomas. “We provide the educational support, the emotional support and help them with resources,” said Felecia Hawkins, G.O.A.L manager for Outreach. “We […]

  • Server retires from St. Elmo Steak House after nearly 42 years

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– After nearly 42 years of serving at St. Elmo Steak House, Lorenzo Acuna has hung up his bow tie and officially retired.  St. Elmo Steak House has served as a well-known landmark in downtown Indianapolis since 1902, and since 1976, server Lorenzo Acuna has too. Acuna was originally hired by former co-owner, Harry Roth and believes he has served more than 300,000 guests. “I have stayed with St. Elmo because I feel as far as the restaurant business […]

  • Cancer survivors receive free day of pampering thanks to Indy beauty college

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Cancer patients and survivors received a free day of pampering on Tuesday thanks to one Indianapolis cosmetology school. Tricoci University of Beauty Culture recognized Cancer Survivor Beauty and Support Day, by offering free services at its northeast Indy campus. Men, women and children all had the chance to be pampered with hair, makeup and spa services as part of National Cancer Survivor Awareness Month. “It was a real treat,” said breast cancer survivor, Eve Jackson. “I wasn’t expecting […]