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  • Pink and Blue for Two: Olivia Newton-John message for early cancer detection

    Emerson Newton-John, the nephew of Olivia Newton-John talks about their organization which promotes couples getting screened for cancer together.   It is called ‘Pink and Blue for Two.’  Emerson says he and his aunt are committed raising awareness about the prevention of the most prevalent treatable cancers that cause premature death of adults today (prostate cancer for men and breast cancer for women), by raising awareness of scheduling cancer screening appointments for you and your loved one(s). Part of their awareness […]

  • Google can now help you find a job in your area

    Job hunting just got a lot easier.  You can now search from jobs on Google’s homepage.  The search engine is trying to turn its site into an employment engine. Now, job hunters will be able to go to Google and see help-wanted listings that its search engine collects across the internet. The results will aim to streamline such listings by eliminating duplicate jobs posted on different sites. Google will also show employer ratings from current and former workers, as well […]

  • Your pets can also benefit from technology. Here are the apps and gadgets your pets will love

    Pet Appreciation Week is June 4th to 10th.  Here are the gadgets, tech and apps for pet owners to enhance their care with these furry friends or to find the perfect pet.    

  • Check your camping supplies. Just some of the gear you will want on your next trip

    Get ready to take on the great outdoors. It is camping season, so why not get some new gear from Lowes. Shop for your favorite items at Lowes.com

  • Preparing your child for summer camp will ensure success

    Summertime is here and hundreds of camps are ready to provide your kids and teens with a fun learning experience!  Today we are going to share with parents the benefits of your kids going to summer camp; how to find a camp; and, ways to prepare your child for a wonderful camp experience. Camps have a big impact on childhood development: The camp experience is recognized by child development professionals as valuable in helping children mature socially, emotionally, intellectually, morally, […]

  • Ride or walk for 24-hours in an effort to pay it forward

    You can ride your bike or walk for 24-hours straight. A fun event in Indianapolis raises money to fight cancer. 24 Foundation, formerly known as 24 Hours of Booty, has evolved from one man to a national foundation aiding in the revolution of cancer navigation and survivorship. Over 16 years ago, the 24 Foundation came to fruition with one man on a bike pedaling for 24 hours with a goal to change the conversation about cancer. Now events have expanded to […]

  • The Wienermobile team played “ketchup” with Hoosiers in Indy

    The Famous Oscar Mayer Wienermobile came to Indianapolis spreading smiles. Fox59 got a tour inside the giant mobile hotdog, and they “relished” the moment.  

  • 5 mistakes students can’t afford to make in college

    Youth expert Anthony ONeal, along with #1 New York Times best-selling author and personal finance expert, Rachel Cruze, have co-authored the new book, The Graduate Survival Guide: 5 Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make in College, to help teens make smart money decisions that will positively affect their futures. “I spend a lot of time talking with students about big life decisions they’ll face, and one of the most important is how to prepare for college,” said ONeal. “With the […]

  • The origin story of Dolly Parton comes to life in a new Dollywood show

    Dollywood’s new show is now open in Pigeon Forge.  It is called “Dolly Parton’s Smoky Mountain Adventures Dinner & Show.” The story is taken from Dolly’s family and their lives growing up in Appalachia before she was born. For more information about the show, visit smokymountainadventures.com

  • Job, jobs and more jobs coming to Central Indiana for tech experts and teens

    Infosys is a global leader in consulting, technology and next-generation services. Now the company will call Indianapolis home to its first Technology and Innovation Hub. Infosys plans to create up to 2,000 new, high-skilled jobs by the end of 2021.  You can learn more about Infosys, by visiting their website. But that is not the only jobs announcement for Indianapolis.  Mayor Joe Hogsett, in conjunction with EmployIndy and Hot 96.3, is celebrating the start to summer – and summer jobs for Indianapolis […]