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  • Experience the Art of Racing at pop-up art exhibit

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A Major League Baseball player and Indianapolis native is putting the heart of racing on display in a pop-up art exhibit. It’s interactive, colorful, and isn’t your typical art display. Sherman went downtown to check out an early look at The Art of Racing.

  • Enjoy breakfast and lunch at Skillet’s Pancake House

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — From omelettes to pancakes and chicken to pork chops, it’s all on the menu for breakfast and lunch. Sherman visited the new Skillet’s Pancake House to have a taste of the menu.

  • Market expands to open natural food restaurant

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — It’s been a staple on Indianapolis’ West Side as one of the city’s first natural food grocery stores, and it’s expanding to include a restaurant. Sherman visited Georgetown Market Eatery to have a taste of what’s on the menu.

  • Startup uses artificial intelligence to detect concealed weapons

    LOS ANGELES, Calif. — A startup company is using artificial intelligence to prevent mass shootings. Athena Security is adapting security cameras to scan for weapons and notify police in real time in an effort to stop crimes before they happen. Rich Demuro found out how the system is already working in churches and schools across the country.

  • Danville kicks off Central Indiana Enchanted Fairy Festival

    DANVILLE, Ind. — Unicorns, mermaids, and fairies unite for a new type of event. The inaugural Central Indiana Enchanted Fairy Festival is happening this weekend in Danville. Sherman went to see what the festival is all about.

  • What to expect at the OneAmerica Broad Ripple Art Fair

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — It kicks off the summer festival season and it’s the largest fundraiser for Indy’s premiere art center. Sherman visited the Indianapolis Art Center for a preview of the OneAmerica Broad Ripple Art Fair.

  • Researcher explains Indy’s low rank on new health index

    The new American Fitness Index is out and Indianapolis was ranked towards the bottom. The American College of Sports Medicine ranked 100 major metropolitan areas by personal health behaviors and environmental factors. A research scientist explained why Indianapolis came in at 96th.

  • Indy 500 fashion ideas

    SPEEDWAY, Ind. — If you’re heading to the Indy 500, where you’re sitting may determine how you dress for it. From the suites to the grandstand, Sherman went to IMS to check in with Charlie Kimball for some fashion-forward ways to enjoy the race.

  • Customize your breakfast at a new Northeast Side restaurant

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Take the traditional coffee and donuts up a notch with breakfast made just for you. Sherman visited The Donut Experiment, where you can have your donut, your way.

  • Sherman wraps up his Favorite Food Finds series at Hoagies & Hops

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — If you haven’t had an authentic Pennsylvania-style Dutch cheese steak hoagie, now is your chance. Sherman is wrapping up his Favorite Food Finds series in the Butler-Tarkington neighborhood, getting a taste of Philly at Hoagies & Hops.

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