Where is Sherman? Hub & Spoke Development

FISHERS – Design, construction, arts and technology all come together under one roof. Hub & Spoke in Fishers is ready to help you get those creative juices flowing. He stopped by to get a full tour of the massive facility, with more than 98 thousand square feet of space.

Where is Sherman? Working on landscaping!

INDIANAPOLIS — In the midst of all the craziness right now, you might be in the mood to change the landscape around you. Where is Sherman? He’s with some landscape pros in Fountain Square to show us the growing trends in landscaping.

Sherman visits Tea’s Me Cafe to help cool during summer heat

INDIANAPOLIS – The summer heat and humidity are both in full force to start July. Sherman Burdette stopped by Tea’s Me Cafe on the near north side of Indianapolis, where a familiar name to many is in charge.

School districts make final 2020-2021 re-opening plans

GREENFIELD — The clock is ticking for school districts across the state to decide whether students will return for in-person classes or continue virtual learning. Some school systems’ first day of classes begin in just over three weeks, and leaders have not solidified their final plan yet. “Yeah, we don’t have an entrance plan,” Tina […]

New shop in Zionsville has flowers for every occasion in your life

From intimate gatherings to special events, flowers seem to make every occasion brighter! But where should you get them? Sherman is live at a new shop in Zionsville showing off the wide variety of flowers you can get there for every event in your life.

IMPD investigating fatal shooting on near northeast side

UPDATE: The Marion County Coroner’s Officer released the identify of the deceased as Robert Christian III, age 23. —————– INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Police are investigating after a man was shot and killed on Indy’s near northeast side on Saturday evening. According to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, officers were called to a person shot run […]

Despite far more support, kneeling might not be widespread

NFL players who want to kneel during the national anthem to protest police brutality and racism have far more support than Colin Kaepernick did four years ago. Still, it might not be widespread for a few reasons. If organizations insist on unity as some coaches and front-office executives have mentioned, that could be a hurdle. Another potential drawback is the belief among some players that kneeling is no longer necessary to raise awareness because George Floyd’s death has ignited nationwide protests over racial injustice and police brutality. Lastly, some owners may still oppose it despite the league’s support.

Shop and give back from the comfort of your home

One local chamber of commerce is turning to social media to help their small businesses through this tough time. Sherman is sharing details about a home shopping event and where we can tune in.

FIDO hosting drive-thru pet food pantry to help Hoosier pets in need

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Local food pantries say the need for their help has tripled in some cases because of coronavirus. So many generous Hoosiers have stepped in to help, like with FOX59’s Pack the Pantries initiative. Now, another local group, FIDO, is making sure animals have enough food, so families already going through so much […]

DeForest Buckner excited to be ‘driver’ of Colts’ 4-3 defense

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – There’s a time-tested tenet when utilizing any variation of the Tampa-2 defense. Explain, Chris Ballard. “The 3-technique drives this. It does,’’ he said in January. “Every time I’ve been part of this, the 3-technique drives this thing.’’ The cost was exorbitant, but now Ballard’s got a driver who’s more than capable. Think […]