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  • Local teens write book about grief

    INDIANAPOLIS — Death can be a difficult thing to talk about especially with children. Brooke’s Place is an organization that provides support and counseling to kids dealing with grief. Local teens have come together to write a book called, “You Are Not Alone.” They have all lost a sibling and are turning to each other for strength. Brooke’s Place executive director Theresa Brun and Gabriella Einterz, one of the authors of “You Are Not Alone,” stopped by Fox59 to discuss […]

  • Weather Authority Junior: Phoenix

    INDIANAPOLIS — Every week, FOX 59 invites a local kid to give their forecast. Phoenix is a fifth grader, and he loves playing baseball and volleyball. Watch him serve up the forecast!

  • Protecting your family against Lyme disease

    INDIANAPOLIS — As we settle into the summer months, tick-borne illnesses are on the rise across the United States. Tick-borne illnesses like Lyme disease increased by 22 percent in recent years. And there are a few ways people may be putting themselves at risk without knowing it. Mary Kay Foster is the nurse and director of the special pathogens unit at IU Health. Watch the video to see her demonstrate the proper way to remove a tick.  

  • PurpleStride to end pancreatic cancer

    INDIANAPOLIS — Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest forms of cancer. The American Cancer Society says an estimated 46-thousand people die from the disease each year. PurpleStride is the walk to end pancreatic cancer. It’s a chance for fighters, survivors, and loved ones to pay tribute to those who have been touched by the illness. Deana Potterf from the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network and pancreatic cancer survivor Aisha Dennis are our guests this morning. Click the video to see […]

  • Guide to Indy Pride

    INDIANAPOLIS — FOX59 is a proud sponsor of Indy Pride Festival. It will be Saturday, June 8 at Military Park from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Lizzo is headlining the main stage, but that is only a fraction of what’s happening this year. Indy Pride executive director Chris Handberg and director of marketing communications Tiffany Hanson stopped by FOX59 with a “guide to Pride.” Watch the video to hear about a plan in case of rain, plus details on the […]

  • Weather Authority Junior: Channing

    INDIANAPOLIS — Channing is the latest Fox59 Weather Authority Junior. This 2nd grader loves to perform, and she was a natural in front of the weather wall. When she is not giving the forecast, Channing is learning to fence, reading about history and playing outside. Check out her forecast!

  • CPR and AED Awareness Week: Saving lives with CPR

    INDIANAPOLIS — June 1 through 7 is national CPR and AED Awareness week. It is a push to get more people educated on how to perform CPR and to operate an AED. With 350,000 sudden cardiac arrests recorded in the US each year, it’s important for as many people as possible to know how to perform life-saving maneuvers. Steve Gilliam, EMS Division Chief for the Zionsville Fire Department, stopped by FOX59 to give a live CPR demonstration and also showed […]

  • Kids First on Fox: Careers in Trades

    INDIANAPOLIS — High school seniors are graduating and thinking about the next step in life. But if college is not an option for your high school grad — there is no need to panic. For June’s Kids First on Fox segment, ┬áCEO of LifeSmart Youth Tonja Eagan stopped by the studio with IBEW Local 481 business manager Steve Menser. Eagan told us 84% of adults in Indiana do not graduate from a four-year college. Instead, some families are saving tens […]

  • IndyHumane urging pet owners to microchip

    INDIANAPOLIS — Anyone who has ever had a pet go missing knows how stressful it can be. But if your pet is microchipped, your chances of getting your pet back can skyrocket. IndyHumane is offering microchipping for only $10 during May and June. Watch the video to see a live microchip demonstration. Diggity the dog will be available for adoption soon. To learn more about IndyHumane’s visiting and vaccination hours, you can go its website.  

  • Symphony on the Prairie 2019 season preview

    INDIANAPOLIS — It just wouldn’t be summer in Indianapolis without the sounds of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. And with more than 30 concerts on the roster, the Kroger Symphony on the Prairie is going to be bigger and better than ever. ISO Director of Communications Kristin Cutler stopped by Fox 59 to talk about the 2019 season including some of the big name acts and a new reserved seating section. Smokey Robinson, 98 Degrees, and Scotty McCreery are among the […]

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