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  • Fighting off brain drain during summer

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– With kids getting out of school soon, there is a great way to avoid summer brain drain. Tinkeractive workbooks use hands-on, play-based exercises to promote stem learning. Odd dot executive editor Nathalie Ledu joins us with how these work and where to find them.  

  • How to make your tiny yard ready for summer

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Patio season is here and just because you live in a condo or townhouse doesn’t mean you can’t have a great backyard. Our garden guru, Sharon Hadden, from Allisonville garden and home,  has big solutions for tiny yards. There are a variety of plants that are great for small spaces. They are small and will stay small to keep the yard tidy. This includes tropical hibiscus trees, hydrangea trees, roses, bobo hydrangea, and dwarf conifers. Here are […]

  • Sherman’s favorite 1940s hot spot

    BEECH GROVE, Ind.– Keto pastries, vegan cookies, and vanilla glazed croissants all have one thing in common. They’re some of Sherman’s favorite food finds. He is at Victory Rolls in Beech Grove.

  • Sherman takes Favorite Food Finds series to Zionsville

    ZIONSVILLE, Ind. — This week, Sherman is double back to his favorite spots. Where is Sherman? He’s at the Cobblestone restaurant in Zionsville.

  • Behind the scenes of the Colts 2019 draft picks

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — There is an exciting behind-the-scenes look at the trades, the picks, and the phone calls! “With the next pick” is a new colts series you can see online and right here on Fox59 and our coverage partner CBS4. The colts’ Dave Knickerbocker and Matt Dominick give us a look of the excitement.

  • 2019 unique food trends

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Eating your houseplants, drinking salt water, or putting coffee grounds on your toast. Is that weird or wonderful?   Chef Rob Koeller has the latest culinary trends. He is owner of culinary concepts and hospitality consultants. Find how to make these food trends under our recipes tab.  

  • High school girl gets ditched at prom, writes book

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Imagine dreaming of going to prom, only to be ditched by your date on that special night. That’s what happened to local high schooler Maddy Kim. Now, she is turning her prom problem into promise. Her new book is called “the greatest guide to prom.” Maddy says she is going to prom this year.  

  • Easter fashion for kids

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The egg hunt, church service, and even family dinner! Easter is less than two weeks away. Part of the fun is dressing up. We’ve got adorable Easter looks for kids. Fashion mall’s Danielle Parker has the outfits you’ll love.  

  • Indianapolis Indians prepare for home opener

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– The Indianapolis Indians are less than a week away from their home opener. Fox59 is the exclusive media partner of the Indians. Spokesman Charlie Henry and Rowdie explain what fans can expect this season. The home opener against Charlotte is next Thursday night. Tickets for that game and the entire the 2019 season are on sale now.  

  • “Noah” performance hits the big screen

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A theatrical stage company bringing bible stories to life for the last 40 years, is bringing the show to you. See their original stage production of “Noah” in movie theaters next week. Katie Miller of sight and sound gives us a look at the show.  

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