John Stehr,

John Stehr

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Past articles by John:

STEHR: It's a wrap!

John Stehr writes a final farewell to his followers at Channel 13. → Read More

Stehr: 2019 - A great year to retire (I'm pretty sure)

As we all look forward to 2019, I am among those ready for some big changes in the new year. Our daily get togethers at channel 13 will be coming to an end in a few days. But, before I go, I wanted to share with you where I am coming from and where I am heading, at least as far as I know. → Read More

How to keep the mosquitoes away

More Hoosiers are turning to private companies to eliminate the annoyance of mosquitoes and reclaim their own yards for their families. → Read More

Family reunion turns into surprise homecoming for Indiana WWII veteran

Some people say, "You can't go home again," but that's not the case for a World War II veteran who may be coming back to Indiana for the last time. → Read More

Rodney Jackson's passion for snow leopards has been a 35 year mission

At an age when many people are thinking about retirement, Rodney Jackson is still thinking about snow leopards. → Read More

Three generations of family prepare for OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon

At 14, Gabe Lingenfelter already has a stack of mini-marathon medals. → Read More

Fountain Square 'cat café' offers more than just coffee with cats

Nine Lives Café is getting lots of love from people near and far. → Read More

Pippa Mann enters Indy 500 sharing message of organ donation

IndyCar driver Pippa Mann has announced plans to return to the Indy 500 and she's doing it with a new partner. → Read More

Local Facebook groups for moms continue to grow, spread positivity

While Facebook groups overall are seeing a decline in relevance, mom groups on Facebook are still a popular go-to in local communities. → Read More

Indianapolis non-profit flips homes for residents who use wheelchairs

An Indianapolis real estate investor is putting his knowledge to use helping fix up homes for people who use wheelchairs. → Read More

$2 billion Deep Rock Tunnel project is progressing, 200 feet per day

Welcome to Deep Rock Tunnel, one of the largest public works projects in the city's history. → Read More

At Millennium Soccer, it's character before skills

Club sports can be expensive, but there is an option to get kids on the field without putting a financial strain on their families. → Read More

After son's overdose death, judge changes approach to drug cases

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - When the incoming Trump administration put out a call for applicants to take over as Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy late → Read More

Pittsboro woman goes on dream balloon ride thanks to caregivers

A Pittsboro woman who is fighting cancer got the ride of a lifetime as part of a special wish arranged by her caregivers at Hendricks Regional Hospital. → Read More

MONDAY ON SUNRISE: Distracted parenting

Monday morning on Sunrise, we'll show you some ways to remind yourself to look up from the phone and refocus on what's really important. → Read More

Distracted parenting: How it affects your kids

How much time do you spend on your phone while your with your kids? It's probably doing more damage than you think. → Read More

Indiana family searching for owner of teddy bear with very special message

A six-year-old Columbus girl found a teddy bear Sunday and the message inside the bear has her family desperately searching for its owner. → Read More

Magnificent Macaws take flight at Indianapolis Zoo

The "Magnificent Macaws" appear several times a day at the new Bicentennial Pavilion, which is near the zoo's main entrance. → Read More

Technology helps students with learning disabilities excel in the college classroom

Easter Seals Crossroads has a program dedicated to helping students with learning disabilities succeed at college. → Read More

White River Valley H.S. picks up first wins of season and a sectional title

A small southwest Indiana high school is celebrating its first high school baseball sectional championship and the road to get there was harder than most people could bear. → Read More