Monthly Archives: May 2018

Family of Ella Whistler says her condition has been upgraded, she remains at Riley Hospital

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. —  The family of Noblesville teen who was injured when another student opened fire in her classroom says the young girl’s condition has been upgraded. Ella Whistler, 13,… Read more »

Cancer group changes guidelines, says you should get colonoscopy at 45

The American Cancer Society has changed its colorectal cancer screening guidelines. The group said people should get a colonoscopy at age 45 instead of the previous recommendation of 50. Getting… Read more »

Even In Basketball, Black People Must Be Twice As Good As Their White Counterparts, Or Else

NBA fans learned something on Friday that is a foregone conclusion in the Black community: Black people must be at least twice as good as their White counterparts or else… Read more »

Tough housing market makes it easier to sell than buy around Indy

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — Depending on where you live around Indiana, you may see “for sale” signs going up, only to have a big “sold” sign take its place before you… Read more »

Tim Hortons’ Rockville Road location will close Wednesday

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – A franchisee of the Tim Hortons restaurant system announced Monday they are closing an Indianapolis outlet. Luke Brands confirmed to Eyewitness News that they plan to close… Read more »

Veterans, rookies to turn laps for Indianapolis 500 practice

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Practice begins Tuesday for the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. Veterans and rookies alike will hit the track ahead of the 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500. Public… Read more »

The Skyline Club offers a view and brunch fit for a princess at upcoming royal wedding viewing party

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — On Saturday morning, Meghan Markle will make history by shaking up the British royal family.  A biracial American actress, who is also a divorcee— all things that… Read more »

Who Reps For Black Excellence And Melanin Magic The Best? Top 10 HBCUs Ranked

Historically Black colleges and universities are among the best in the nation, providing educational and developmental opportunities for students of color. Though the schools represent for history, the institutions bring… Read more »

State police target speeders on wider I-65 near Lafayette

LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — Indiana State Police say troopers have stepped up patrols along a newly widened stretch of Interstate 65 near Lafayette. The new six-lane section of I-65 stretches… Read more »

DePauw says ‘perpetrators’ have been identified after investigation into racist rock formation

GREENCASTLE, Ind. – DePauw University announced Tuesday that the “alleged perpetrators” responsible for a racist rock formation found near campus have been identified. The racial slur formed in rocks in… Read more »