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  • Flat12 Bierwerks celebrate Christmas in July with beer fest

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The folks at Flat12 Bierwerks are celebrating Christmas in July with a very special event – their bi-annual release of their Russian Imperial Stout, Pinko. This year, they’ve even got a barrel-aged version of the brew. Festivities kick off at noon on Saturday, July 21st and will last until 4 p.m. For more information on the event, a full line-up of beers for the day or to purchase tickets, click here.

  • Introducing Silly Safaris’ baby reindeer

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — It’s a FOX59 Christmas tradition – every year, our friends from Silly Safaris bring by reindeer to hang out during our morning show, and usually, they’re pregnant. On Sunday, we finally got to meet the “results” of those pregnancies when Amazon John and the gang stopped by our studios with some of the calves. Want to check out one of Silly Safaris’ shows? Check out their calendar of upcoming events here.

  • Local startup Aggressively Organic helps you become food independent

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — More than a million Hoosiers do not know where they will get their next meal, and about 320,000 of those are children. Food insecurity continues to be a large problem across the US, especially in big cities. One initiative trying to give people more options to get fresh produce is Aggressively Organic, which was launched in Fishers. The system uses micro pods to grow fresh, organic vegetables, and there’s no dirt, pumps or filters to worry about. […]

  • Indy Shorts International Film Festival kicks off on July 26

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A documentary on the Milktooth restaurant is just one of the short films that’ll be featured during Indy’s first short film festival. Heartland Film Incorporated is bringing the Indy Shorts International Film Fest to Newfields in a couple of weeks. Christiana Beasley with the festival and director Sam Miro stopped by to tell us more about the event and what attendees can look forward to.

  • Sam tries her hand at being a human claw machine at the world’s largest tree climbing competition

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Professional tree climbers from around the world are converging on Holliday Park this weekend for Jambo 5, a climbing competition hosted by Climbers will be competing for an array of prizes, and our own Samantha Myers got a special preview – watch the video to see her try and be a human claw machine! If you’re interested in attending or want to know more about Jambo5, click here for more info.

  • Indy Magic Monthly`s Stars of Magic

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — How about a little magic this week – Indy Magic Monthly returns with their July Stars of Magic show on Tuesday evening. We caught up with Taylor Martin to find out what he’s got planned for attendees this time. To find out more about the show, or purchase tickets, click here.

  • Finding the right bra fit

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — 80 percent of women are wearing the wrong size of bra. Now that summer is here – and with new styles – a bra can become part of the outfit. But you need to know how to make sure it fits correctly. Abby Auer with Wacoal stopped by with a few pointers.

  • IMPD: Woman shoots man to death on west side

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Police are investigating after a man was shot and killed on the west side Sunday morning. Officers were called to the scene, located in the 3000 block of Breakwater Drive, just before 7 a.m. They say there was a disturbance between a woman and a man, and the woman ended up shooting the man after the initial 911 call was made. The suspect was detained on scene. Police are interviewing witnesses and processing the crime scene. We […]

  • The art of #FoodJenga

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — When we were young, most of us were told not to play with our food. But times have changed and now adults are embracing playing with food, thanks to a new trend called Food Jenga. Keith Orgain from Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen stopped by with a look at the trend that’s taking over Instagram.

  • Dodgeball tourney raises funds to provide resources for families in need

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A dodgeball tournament at the Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center gave adults a chance to play and have some fun – and it was all for a good cause. Proceeds of the tournament are going to the center’s youth programs. They offer before and after school programs, as well as summer camps, job training and other resources. “We have hundreds of guests who came out over the past several years to contribute and make sure that we can […]