INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The Colts and WISH TV honored several Indiana residents who havegiven their time and resources to help others during halftime atSunday's Colts game. We have told you some of their stories in thepast several months as part of our Hoosiers Helping Hoosiersinitiative.
While thousands of Colts fans watched a video on the giantscoreboards at halftime.
The Hoosiers Helping Hoosiers honorees waited on thesidelines trying to take in this moment.
Ashley Alvarado even tried to capture the moment on her iPhone.
Ashley is being honored for her work with the People's BurnFoundation. A burn victim herself who also lost her mother in thefire that scarred her she now volunteers as a camp counselor at theburn camp that once gave her the confidence to not hide herscars.
Jason Blythe enjoyed a moment before he steppend onto the fieldof Lucas Oil Stadium to share a bit of his story with WISH TVGeneral Manager Jeff White.
Jason was honored today for his work with SpecialOlympics...A special Olympics athlete is paired with a partnerwithout disabilities...Jason is one of those partners. And throwinga football around is more than just a past-time...it's hisdedication.
Finally out on the field WISH TV Anchors Eric Halvorson, DebbyKnox and Deanna Dewberry joined the Colts Jim irsay and TomZupancic in honoring Ashley, Jason and many others.
Pete Mohr volunteers with Habitat for Humanity's Tiger Team
the group of about 30 retirees helps build homes alongsideHabitat homeowners.
He has helped make the american dream of homeownershippossible for dozens of central indiana residents.
WISH TV and The Colts kicked off the Hoosiers Helping Hoosierscampaign in April of this year...and if you would like to takepart, read these incredible stories or simply learn more about howyou can help, you can log onto hoosiershelpinghoosiers.org
Snow that moved through Central Indiana this week has wrapped up, leaving some areas with more than 10 inches of snow.
Free bags of salt will be available to the public Saturday after snow moved through Central Indiana this week.
Police were searching for suspects early Saturday morning in connection to a burglary that occurred on the city's north side.