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  • Kids First on Fox: Supporting children as they grieve the death of a parent

    INDIANAPOLIS — Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 12 followed by Father’s Day on Sunday, June 16. Those holidays can be especially tough for children grieving the death of a parent. LifeSmart Youth CEO Tonja Eagan and Development and Marketing Coordinator of Brooke’s Place stopped by FOX59 to talk about how to help grieving kids as part of our Kids First on Fox series. The death of a parent can shake the foundation of children’s belief in the world as a […]

  • Weather Authority Junior: Ryan

    INDIANAPOLIS — Every week, Fox59’s Weather Authority Junior transforms a local kid into a mini meteorologist! Ryan is a third grader from Fisher Elementary in Speedway. He loves baseball, karate and IndyCar racing. Watch him knock it out of the park with his Weather Authority Junior forecast!

  • Weather Authority Junior: Addi

    INDIANAPOLIS — Addi is the latest Weather Authority Junior. This Rossville Elementary third grader is a natural on stage with the choir. Check out her forecast as she shares the spotlight with Jim O’Brien and Amber Hardwick!

  • Downtown Indy ready to heat things up for spring and summer

    INDIANAPOLIS — As it gets closer to summer, you may be looking forward to all the upcoming events hitting the downtown canal and Georgia Street. But luckily, you don’t have to wait that long. Downtown Indy is making a comeback this weekend along the canal. Jacqueline Eckhardt is the associate director of PR & Engagement for Downtown Indy. She chatted with Scott and Lindy about the events coming up this spring and summer. Click the video for information about a […]

  • Weather Authority Junior: Keaden

    INDIANAPOLIS — Keaden is Fox 59’s latest Weather Authority Junior. This Rossville Elementary fifth grader is active in sports and Student Council. He’s also part of the Math Bowl and choir. Check out his forecast along with some pretty sweet dance moves!  

  • Brothers of a Chord entertains for National Barbershop Quartet Day

    INDIANAPOLIS — April 11 is National Barbershop Quartet Day.  Central Indiana is home to several of these talented groups including “Brothers of a Chord.” Check out the video for a performance and an interview with the group’s baritone Jeff Broadfoot. To learn more about local barbershop quartets, click here.

  • Trendy and affordable options for prom; Hair and outfit giveaway

    INDIANAPOLIS — High school students across Indiana are looking forward to prom night. It’s a night where expenses can quickly add up, fashion expert Ashley Stylz stopped by Fox59 with options on how to look like a million bucks without breaking the bank. Stylz is also hosting a prom giveaway on her website. Students can enter here. There will be a male and a female winner. Watch the video for more details.

  • National Donate Life Month: Forever connected

    INDIANAPOLIS — April is National Donate Life month, and one local man and woman are forever connected because of an organ donation. Rosalyn Ware-Martin donated a kidney to Curtis Warfield. The life-saving operation was performed at St. Vincent Indianapolis. Program and Surgical Director of Kidney and Pancreas Transplants Dr. Islam  Ghoneim stopped by Fox 59 with Rosalyn Ware-Martin and Curtis Warfield. Watch the video to hear more about their donation story and how you can be a donor. You can […]

  • Weather Authority Junior: Jack

    INDIANAPOLIS — Rossville Elementary 2nd grader Jack is our latest Weather Authority Junior. Despite being only 8, Jack has a passion for engineering and building things. Check out his forecast!  

  • Fourth largest lottery jackpot up for grabs

    INDIANAPOLIS — The Powerball drawing for the fourth largest jackpot ever is at 10:59 on Wednesday night. 750 million dollars are up for grabs, and Hoosiers are hoping a winning ticket will once again be sold here in Indiana. Dennis Rosebrough from the Hoosier Lottery chatted with Scott and Lindy about the ins and outs of hitting it big in the lottery.

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