Carlos Diaz,

Carlos Diaz

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Past articles by Carlos:

Inaugural Hoosier Chocolate Festival set for February

The first-ever Hoosier Chocolate Fest is coming to the Bridgewater Club in Westfield on Valentine’s weekend. → Read More

Equestrian Team Jumping makes one of the most unique Olympic sports

The United States has medaled in Team Jumping in six of the last nine Olympic Games. → Read More

Local Love: Speedway small businesses centered around community

Less than 24 hours away from the official start of the Month of May, 13 Sunrise's Carlos Diaz is showing the town of Speedway some Local Love. → Read More

DIY distractions can help you process the pandemic

Tackling a project takes you on a journey away from your troubles. → Read More

Battle of the Bulbs: Cathy and Billy Garrigus

Their light display on the south side of Indianapolis is in its 12th and final year. → Read More

Tech gifts for 2020

Carlos Diaz checked with his tech buddy for last minute gift ideas. → Read More

Greenwood couple starts online olive oil business

A family in Italy is now trusting these two Greenwood residents with bringing their olive oil to the United States to sell it online. → Read More

Noblesville mom buys train to entertain kids during COVID-19 pandemic

Ashlin Hadden was looking for a way to entertain her kids during the coronavirus pandemic, so she bought a train! Now, she's giving free rides to kids and parents. → Read More

Fishers man creates 'world's first electric shovel'

Rick Goren is hoping to make everyone’s lives easier when doing more yard work these days. → Read More

Bars and restaurants in Speedway preparing for unusual race day

Since the track will be closed to fans on race day, the bars and restaurants on Main Street are anticipating big crowds. → Read More

Booming sales helps Indy game shop reopen — and open a 2nd location

Thanks to the sales, Moonshot Games was able to reopen its Noblesville shop — as well as open a new location downtown called “Moonshot on Mass Ave.” → Read More

Hamilton County running club wins nationwide virtual race

A group of 24 runners, most of them living on the north side of Indy, have been crowned as the fastest team in America. → Read More

'The Grocery Gal' provides quality over quantity in grocery delivery business

When the coronavirus pandemic hit, preschool teacher Anne Westphal started her own grocery delivery business called “The Grocery Gal” to make money for her family. → Read More

Roscoe's Tacos announces reopening plans in Greenwood

With the help of government small business loans and the turnout of their loyal customers, Roscoe’s Tacos will be reopening their Greenwood location in mid-July. → Read More

Westfield architect completes 2nd book in children's series during coronavirus pandemic

Gary Vance enlisted the help of almost every member of his family to help with writing, producing and promoting this new book during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Your gym is closed, but you can still work out at home

Your gym is closed for the foreseeable future, and you’re itching to "get your sweat on." So you have to improvise with what you have at home. → Read More

Family fun at the Colts preseason game

The Colts game this weekend is about a whole lot more than football. The Colts are making sure it's all about fun for families. → Read More

How to score the best garage sale deals for sellers and buyers

We're right in the thick of garage sale season, and these days, it's not as easy as setting your stuff out and expecting people to flock. → Read More

Pickleball popularity is growing in the Hoosier state

Pickleball is no longer simply your grandmother's favorite sport to play. → Read More

Marion County Fair opens Friday evening, runs through June 30

Friday marks the first day of summer, and that means fair season is in full swing. → Read More