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  • IPS Showcase of Schools

    Parents and students with Indianapolis Public Schools should already be thinking about next year. Open enrollment is underway for school selection. On Saturday, November 10th, the district will hold the “Showcase of Schools.” It will give parents an opportunity to find out exactly what options they have for their kids.

  • Cost of fatigue

    Sleep scientists have concluded a majority of Americans don’t get enough sleep. The lack of rest ends up costing employers billions of dollars every year. There are ways to reverse the workplace fatigue. Melissa McNall, manager Accountemps, offers some easy changes for both employers and employees!

  • Kids First on Fox: Money Management

    (Kids First on Fox) – In America, money is the number one cause of family arguments and divorce. Teaching your children smart financial charges at an early age, sets them up for successes later in life. Parents, there are ways to make this fun! Tonja Eagan, CEO of LifeSmart Youth, lays out interactive games that help them learn without even realizing it.

  • The Unleashed Woman Conference

    The 2nd annual ‘Unleashed Woman’ conference will be held in Indianapolis on Saturday, Nov. 3rd. The goal is to raise women up and empower them to be the best they can be. Tickets are still available. If you enter the promo code ‘FOX59’ at checkout, you will save $40 on your ticket.

  • GiGi’s Brew Ha-Ha Fundraiser

    Plenty of entertainment will take the stage this weekend for the GiGi’s Brew Ha-Ha Fundraiser in Indianapolis. The event raises money for Indianapolis Down Syndrome Achievement Center. Former Colts punter, Hunter Smith, will take the stage as part of a lip sync battle. Tickets are still available!

  • Fighting the flu with food

    Flu season is already here! Some doctors insist you get the flu vaccination to help you avoid the bug. Your diet can also play a major role on a healthy or unhealthy immune system. Chef Wendell Fowler says to put down the junk food. He knows firsthand of the dangers of poor eating habits. Instead, Chef Wendell says you can add foods like root vegetables or elderberry syrup to your diet for an all-natural boost.

  • Bob & Tom Top Golf Tournament

    In a few weeks, Top Golf will host the Bob & Tom Golf Outing. The event is a fundraiser for the Riley Children’s Foundation and you can still sign up. Tickets include a buffet, drinks and golfing. There will also be a silent auction with unique items and experiences to bid on.

  • Edge X Symposium

    Be inspired by the best! Thousands of speakers, including former Colts coach Tony Dungy, will be in Central Indiana this week for the Edge X Leadership Conference. The symposium is this Friday at Traders Point Church in Whitestown. A handful of tickets are still available. This isn’t just for business leaders. These guest speakers will cover topics for everyone.

  • Kids First: Bullying 24/7

    KIDS FIRST – October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Whether it be on social media or at school, one in five Hoosier high school kids reported that they are bullied. 16% of those surveyed said they were victims of cyber bullying. There are ways both students and parents can help drastically reduce that number. It’s all about getting involved and standing up for yourself. Resources: LifeSmart Youth Bullying Prevention Youth.gov

  • Indy Rap Artist on ‘Empire’

    Season 5 of ‘Empire‘ is set to debut on FOX59. This season is expected to be full of surprises! Be sure to pay close attention to the second episode. Indy-based rapper, Trajik, is making his ‘Empire’ acting debut! He joined us on the red couch with a preview of his forthcoming performance.