It’s the end of the month and that mean’s it’s an All Open Lines Sunday. Callers voice their thoughts on gun violence in Indy, the evacuation in Afghanistan, and COVID-19 infections increasing in Indiana. Plus we say farewell to WTHR Channel 13 Reporter Steve Jefferson as he leaves Indy after 19 years and accepts a […]
This edition of Open Lines is all about your money! WALMART IS HIRING: Walmart is hiring for well-paying jobs in the Indianapolis area. Walmart is hosting on Wednesday, August 25. You can find more information on Walmart jobs here: https://careers.walmart.com/ AKA’S VIRTUAL SHARK TANK: The Alpha Mu Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated […]
Advancing Tech at Martin University: As we talked about last week, there are a lot of jobs out there, but just because there’s a job it doesn’t man your qualified for it. But Martin University and Eleven-Fifty Academy wants to help you change that with their advancing tech program. That’s any skill set that is […]
Get some Love DelivHERed! Nominate a Central Indiana woman for a gift, a professional house cleaning, or a room to be redecorated as a mini sanctuary. SEND YOUR NOMINATION HERE: www.loveherleague.com/ It’s the last Friday of the month which means, it’s time for a morning of hot topics. We start with the story Ta’Neasha Chappel. […]
Controversy at the Library! Indianapolis Recorder reporter Breanna Cooper has been covering claims of discrimination and calls for change at the Indianapolis Public Library. The allegations include racism particularly against Black Women in various levels of leadership…along with claims of discrimination to staff and guests of other races. This all first exploded at a virtual […]
Marion Co. Prosecutor Ryan Mears joins us for a conversation about violence in Indianapolis. We discuss the increasing rate of violent crime, prosecuting marijuana cases and much more. Open Lines hosted by Cameron Ridle airs Sunday Mornings at 8AM on HOT 96.3 and 106.7 WTLC Indianapolis.
On the last Sunday of the month, we open the phone lines to listeners. On this broadcast listeners give their thoughts on how to stop violent crime in Indianapolis. Open Lines hosted by Cameron Ridle airs Sunday Mornings at 8AM on HOT 96.3 and 106.7 WTLC Indianapolis.
This special edition of ‘Open Lines with Cameron Ridle’ is paid for by the Indianapolis Urban League and African American Coalition of Indianapolis as part of the Indianapolis African American Quality of Life Initiative. Funded through a $100 million grant from the Lilly Endowment, the Indianapolis African American Quality of Life Initiative is on a […]
Perry Township Schools is hiring teachers, bus drivers and custodial staff. The district is hosting multiple hiring events including a “Drive the bus with us” event, where anyone can with a basic driver’s license can take a school bus for a test drive. For more information contact Deondra Billingsley, Talent Acquisition Coordinator at 317-789-3788. For […]
After one of the most challenging school years for students, parents and educators alike, The Mind Trust and United Way of Central Indiana (UWCI) today announced plans for the Indy Summer Learning Labs, a free and fun summer learning and enrichment program designed to accelerate academic achievement and address the significant lost learning opportunities caused […]
A Photo Party is helping Hoosiers get new professional photos, and the proceeds from the party are will benefit special needs families. Plus, We ask what should replace Oaktree Apartments? Scarlett Martin from The Indianapolis Metropolitan Development and Damon Hewlin of Meticulous Design + Architecture join us on the live line taking suggestions from listeners. […]
The cast members from the stage play PNC presents NO.6 gives us a preview of the play written by TJ Young. Michael Stewart Allen and LaKesha Lorene who play Kelly and Felicia join us LIVE. As city-wide riots approach their neighborhood, a Black family shelters in their apartment above the small dry-cleaning business they own. […]