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  • The clothing items you need to update your fall look

    Local fashion expert Ashley Stylz shows us some trendy looks for students and adults. High School Looks Model: Kayla – Mixed Patterns – Army Fatigue Jacket – Layered Sweatshirt – Fur Printed Ankle Boots Caleb – Fitted distressed Jeans – Graphic Shirts – Lots of layers – Jacket Tips: Distress your own jeans & shirts Shop Around for Graphic Shirts Bob Ross Shirt $7.50 at Walmart Chic College Look Model: Kensey – Mixed Pattern – Blue & White Pin Strip […]

  • Tips to enjoy National Love My Feet Day

    Our feet do all the work for transporting our bodies. So here are some tips on how you can show your feet some TLC. Massage Therapist Jael Sailor is at The Spa on Michigan Rd.  Or you can reach out to Fox59 anchor Scott Jones for information on her private studio.

  • Camp Little Red Door helps kids with cancer enjoy life

    Camp Little Red Door is a weeklong camp held in June each year for Indiana children ages 8 to 18 who are in active cancer treatment or remission.  It is a chance for children with cancer to have the same camp experience as any other child and to interact with other children facing similar experiences. Fall Family Camp: October 6-8 Registration is available online through CampDoc.  For more information about CampDoc and the cost of camp, please visit here! Learn more in LRD […]

  • President Donald Trump retweets altered IndyStar cartoon

    An IndyStar editorial cartoon was retweeted Tuesday on President Trump’s personal account and later deleted. The tweet contained an altered version of a cartoon originally published in January by artist Gary Varvel.  Varvel’s cartoon depicted a Democratic donkey trying to hold back the Trump train.  But the altered image shows a CNN logo covering the donkey’s face and includes the words “fake news can’t stop the Trump train.”  

  • Successfully parenting a kindergarten student

    The Class of 2030 is kicking off this school year as they start Kindergarten!  Oftentimes kids are more ready than parents to take the plunge into formal schooling.  Today we are going to share tips on how parents can support their Kindergartener’s success. Kindergarten is a critical year of growth and development for children.  Most parents went to Kindergarten 20 or more years ago and may think of it as playtime with games and crafts.  However, kindergarten is much different […]

  • How to protect your child from back to school bullying

    More kids head back to school this week. And while some students are excited about returning to class, others dread going back to face the school bully. Here to tell us why bullying happens and how to stop it, is anti-bullying expert Darwin Kenney. Four top bullying situations kids face when they go back to school Alternative lifestyle Race Unpopular Over all different Reasons why kids bully Low self-esteem Anger issues Peer pressure Steps to prevent Role playing Step in […]

  • Tips on how kids can avoid concussions while playing sports

    Concussions do not have to be a part of the game when children are playing youth sports.  A sports medicine physician with St. Vincent Sports Performance explains how to avoid the hard hits.  

  • Toys to keep your children entertained and educated

    From their earliest days, one of the most important ways children engage in their world is through play. Here are some of the newest toys that can support learning through fun. For more information, you can visit

  • Early school start times can sometimes lead to tired teens

    As students start to head back to school, teens face a biological battle that pits school start times against their own body’s development. Research shows that biological changes make it difficult for teens to fall asleep before 11 p.m., and to wake up before 8 a.m. Yet many high schools start class before 8 a.m. The August op-ed from the Indiana Youth Institute looks at the case for – and the challenges of – shifting high school start times to […]

  • Indy Jazz Fest announces 2017 festival lineup

    INDIANAPOLIS  – A mainstay in the Indianapolis arts and culture scene for nearly two decades, the annual Indy Jazz Fest returns in 2017 with a 10-day lineup celebrating the legacy of jazz, modern masters and the discovery of new jazz stars. The sounds and lore of the Hammond B3 organ will be prevalent as part of the IJF Organ Summit. Since its inception in the 1950s, the Hammond B3 continues to be one of the most popular keyboard instruments. The […]

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