Ericka Flye, WRTV Indianapolis

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Past articles by Ericka:

Woodshop at Carmel retirement community helps resident stay mentally sharp

As you grow older, it can become more challenging to stay mentally sharp. → Read More

Local singer teams up with families of fallen officers for benefit concert

A local singer has teamed up with families of officers killed in the line of duty to put together a benefit concert to support a program dear to their hearts. → Read More

U.S. Surgeon General urges Americans to carry naloxone, even if they don't know a drug abuser

First responders already carry naloxone, but U.S. Surgeon General Jermone Adams is now urging more Americans to carry the potentially lifesaving medication. That includes people who don’t have any close connection to a user. → Read More

Indy non-profit helps give teachers supplies for their classrooms

For some students, class has been in session for over a week now. But that doesn’t mean that all of those students are prepared. Teachers’ Treasure is trying to help. → Read More

Food on the Flye: Ember Urban Eatery

Cajun Brisket Fettuccine. Those three delightful words grabbed my attention, and the description reeled me in: Tender chunks of house smoked Brisket, along with mixed peppers and red onion in a Cajun Alfredo sauce; all tossed with Fettuccine noodles → Read More

Volunteers needed to help Indianapolis group build wheelchair ramps for those in need

An Indianapolis group that build wheelchairs ramps for people who are physically or financially in need is in need of volunteers. → Read More

Tasty, authentic food at La Parada Mexican Restaurant

It’s a neighborhood favorite for good reason! La Parada Mexican Restaurant on Indy’s east side not only draws in the locals, but people from miles around, hungry for tasty authentic Mexican food. → Read More

People line up for Garcia's Hot Dogs on Indy's east side

Abacuc Garcia has made hot dogs and hospitality his business. As soon has he parks his cart at 16th and Emerson on Indy's east side, the customers line up. → Read More

Local single parent fosters 30 children in 24 years

Charles Brown has fostered more than 30 children over the past 24 years. → Read More

Foster parents say "inner drive" made them want to help children

A child will spend an average of 363 days in foster care in Indiana, according to The Villages Child and Family Services Agency. → Read More

New statewide effort addresses opioid crisis

Hoosier families caught in the opioid crisis now have a new resource to help. → Read More

Crown Mentoring Program reaches out to young boys right in school

Brook Park Elementary, along with several other Lawrence Township Elementary Schools, have partnered with the Crown Mentoring Program to help lead young men on a path toward success. → Read More

Soulful seafood at Sea Kings Seafood Kitchen on the city's east side

If you like seafood and you like soul food, you may want to head to Indianapolis' east side to try out Sea Kings Seafood Kitchen. → Read More

Big Brothers has shortage of male mentors

The Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana has a shortage of men looking to be mentors. → Read More

Quack Daddy Donuts in Pendleton specializes in made-to-order donuts

Quack Daddy Donuts serves up made-to-order donuts in Pendleton. → Read More

Gallery Pastry Shop in Broad Ripple creates and sells European-inspired sweet treats

An Indiana couple gave up the security of their corporate life to follow their dreams. They opened Gallery Pastry Shop in Broad Ripple. → Read More

'We have to stay engaged.' IU students return from Washington, D.C. march

Two Indiana University students, both politically active locally, decided to take a stand nationally and participate in the Washington, D.C. "March For Our Lives." → Read More

Food on the Flye: Comfort food at Repeal restaurant

You gotta love comfort food, served up in a really cool historic place. The old Virginia Avenue State Bank in Fletcher Place, is now Repeal restaurant. And I found the southern inspired food, just as great as the 30’s atmosphere. → Read More

Four girls from Arsenal Tech say meeting Michelle Obama face-to-face was inspirational

Four Arsenal Tech High School students got a backstage pass to talk with former First Lady Michelle Obama face-to-face when she spoke to thousands of women and girls in Indianapolis on Feb. 13 → Read More

6 in the City: Take a trip back in time at the Rock-Cola 50's Cafe

Take a delicious trip down memory lane at the Rock-Cola 50's Cafe on Indianapolis' east side. → Read More