Nicole Hernandez

City Editor

Nicole is based in Indianapolis, IN and graduated from Franklin College with a degree in multimedia journalism. She previously worked as a digital editor for the local NBC News affiliate WTHR. In her free time, she loves checking out new restaurants + businesses around downtown and attending local events.

Kids will be able to train for the Olympics with this new section at the Children’s Museum’s Sports Legends Experience.
Multiple projects are planned for the near north side to provide affordable housing and address health care needs.
This unique venue will include a chef-driver restaurant and sports bar that also boasts pickleball courts and a variety of yard games.
Support the community and grow the garden of your dreams with the help of Indy Urban Acres’ Plant Sale.
From the Colts to the Pacers, we’re sharing all details of Indianapolis, IN’s sports teams.
The Circle City was named the third best city for beer tourism by USA Today — after Grand Rapids, MI and Madison, WI.
New Mexico is trying to become the first state with an official aroma, so it got us wondering what Indiana’s state smell would be.
Indianapolis, IN has 200+ years of history. In this guide, we’re diving into the city’s oldest streets and how they got their names.
Indy’s oldest operating bar is undergoing some changes, but history will remain.
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