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Photo Credit- Paul Morigi/Getty Images It’s Christmas time and everyone is in the gift giving mood.... well, maybe not everyone. We sent producer Ari to the streets of Indianapolis to see what Hoosiers would buy Donald Trump for Christmas. Listen to their answers here
Photo Credit-Bettmann/Getty Images Previously classified footage has recently emerged showing U.S. fighter jet pilots sighting an unidentified flying object (UFO). This alongside news of the Pentagon's $22 million program dedicated to investigating aerial phenomena has got us...
Host of the morning show and Tony Katz Today, Tony is known to go off on a rant or two. Hammer put together a Christmas song to celebrate Tony and his rants
Photo Credit- Dan Kitwood/Getty Images A Plainfield High School quarterback's moment of poor judgment on social media will cost him. He took an upskirt pic of a female teacher in class and sent it to his buddies. So, instead of receiving division one recruitment for football, he...
Photo Credit-Mandel Ngan/Getty Images A fatal shooting of a man occurred on the east side of Indy on Monday morning. It appears to mark the 150th criminal homicide recorded in Indianapolis in 2017, which would surpass last year's record-setting total of 149 and make this the...
Photo Credit-Mark Mainz/Getty Images Producer Ari's Movie Review “Are you here for Star Wars?” I turn my head to see a woman sitting in her car with the window rolled down. I nod my head. “Theatre isn’t open yet. We’re waiting out here.” It’s 9:40am and there are 30 people...
Photo Credit-Donald Miralle/Getty Images Hammer is a lifelong Colts fan. He bleeds blue, but he wants the Colts to lose out for the season to get a better draft pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. Does this make him a terrible fan and a horrible person? We take your calls
Photo Credit- Michael Bocchieri/Getty Images The FCC today voted 3-2 along party lines to repeal the Obama-era net neutrality regulations, handing a victory to telecom providers over the objections of tech companies including Netflix. The FCC approved a plan to scrap the rules...