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  • City of Carmel remembers Dr. King

    CARMEL, Ind. — The City of Carmel is getting ready for their big celebration for Martin Luther King Junior Day. The focus will be on building an inclusive community. We spoke to Dee Thornton and Kimberly Janelle about what the public can look forward to, and we also enjoyed a dance performance by Keilyn Bryant, who is one of the dancers featured during the event. The free event starts at 6 p.m. at the Tarkington Theater.

  • Improve your home technology for the new year

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Try a different kind of New Year’s resolution for 2020. Get your home in high-tech shape with smart technology for security, speed, convenience, connectivity and more. Mike Wilson from Comcast Indiana stopped by to show us the newest products for 2020.

  • Veteran aims to help fellow soldiers

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Seymour native Tom Satterly, one of the men depicted in the movie Black Hawk Down, has released a new book focusing on his battle with PTSD. The book, All Secure, details the horrors of combat in the Battle of Mogadishu, the incident that inspired Black Hawk Down. Satterly stopped by the FOX59 studios to talk about the book and how he’s helping fellow soldiers struggling with PTSD.

  • “A Creepy Christmas: Krampus Rises” comes to Seymour

    SEYMOUR, Ind. — Add some horror to your holidays! Fear Fair is hosting a Christmas-themed haunted house in Seymour on December 6 and 7. “A Creepy Christmas: Krampus Rises” will run from 8-11 on both nights. General admission is $25 or $35 for a slash pass. We talked with owner Brett Hays about what visitors can expect.  

  • IMPD arrest man wanted for shooting at officer

    UPDATE: Michael Swafford was found guilty of attempted murder, resisting law enforcement, and a habitual sentencing enhancement. He was later sentenced to 55 years in the Indiana Department of Correction. ORIGINAL STORY: INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (March 20, 2016) — Indianapolis Metropolitan Police have arrested a man wanted for¬†shooting an IMPD officer earlier this month. 31-year-old Michael Swafford was arrested at a gas station on the 3500 block of Kentucky Avenue Saturday night. He was taken into custody without incident. Narcotics and […]

  • Thanksgiving with Silly Safaris

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — On Thanksgiving morning, many of you probably get started early by putting the turkey in the oven. But here at FOX59, turkeys are the guest of honor – thanks to AngieCat and Dempsey Saurus from Silly Safaris, who stopped by with a couple of feathered friends.

  • Indiana ventriloquist to appear on Penn and Teller: Fool Us

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — An Indiana native will be featured on a major magic show on Monday – Christina Barger from Winamac, Indiana, will be on Penn and Teller: Fool Us showcasing her ventriloquism talents. Christine and dummy Darlene stopped by our morning show to tell us about the experience and what else is in store for the duo.  

  • Police investigating fatal motorcycle accident near Greenwood

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Police are investigating after a fatal accident involving a motorcycle and a van. Crews were called to the intersection of US 31 and County Line Rd a little after 6 a.m. Officials tell us the male motorcycle driver was pronounced dead on scene. We have a crew headed to the scene and will update this story as more information becomes available.¬†

  • The state of craft beer in Indiana

    INDIANAPOLIS,Ind. — If you’re a beer lover you’ve probably noticed that craft beer is all the rage in Indiana and across the U.S. But what exactly is the state of craft beer in Indiana? Steve Hersberger, CEO of SteadyServ and Shane Pearson from Daredevil Brewing Co joined us to explain.

  • Fall beauty products preview

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Fall is just around the corner, and stores will soon be filled will all kinds of seasonally themed products. One of those stores is Ulta – we caught up with manager Sara Findley to find out which beauty products are a must-have this fall.

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