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  • 4 things to know about Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle

    Mark it down—Colts tight end Jack Doyle leads the league in touchdown receptions. Well, we should say he’s in a six-way tie for the league lead heading into Week 2 of the NFL season. Still, there’s no denying that Doyle, seeing increased playing time this season with Coby Fleener gone, had a tremendous impact in Sunday’s loss against the Detroit Lions. The Colts re-signed Doyle in the offseason. The team originally acquired him by claiming him off waivers from the […]

  • Rock Steady Boxing helps fighters KO Parkinson’s disease

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The sights and sounds are the same as they’d be in an old-school gym in some place like Philadelphia or Detroit, but the people working out at Rock Steady Boxing on Indy’s north side are a little different than the typical boxer. They’re not the young, hungry fighter who’s looking to knock out another person, these are slightly older man and women who want to KO Parkinson’s disease. Indiana’s very own Kristy Follmar is the head trainer at RSB. She’s been […]

  • Pill-popping pets: More pets than ever receiving medication for behavioral issues

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Mar. 2, 2016) – There may be some grey area in the old phrase, “There are no bad dogs, just bad owners.” Veterinarians are seeing more and more animals with behavioral issues that need to be treated with therapy or medication. Bob St. Charles is one of those dog owners. His dog Cooper is on Prozac to calm his anxiety issues. “He’ll attack people when they come in – not in an aggressive way – he just wants to be […]

  • CBS4 joins Teachers Treasures for school supply drive at Colts game

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (September 18, 2015) — Hey Colts fans, do you have some unused school supplies sitting around somewhere – talking pens, scissors, crayons etc. – if so, bring them to Lucas Oil Stadium Monday. CBS4 will have staffers on hand collecting the items for Teachers Treasures, a local non-profit serving thousands of classrooms in Marion County. “Most people don’t understand an urban classroom setting” says Margaret Sheehan, Exec. Director of Teachers Treasures. “It’s powerful, positive, but underfunded.” That’s where Teachers Treasures […]

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