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The recent pre-game protest by the Indiana Fever and subsequent comments from player Marissa Coleman continue to have repercussions in the community. These players are willing to take a knee in protest, but where are they when it comes to getting involved on a local level? WIBC...
Photo courtesy of Tony Katz/@tonykatz. Billy Gardell , stand-up comic and star of TV’s Mike and Molly , will appear at Crackers Comedy Club in Broad Ripple on Friday and Saturday nights. Before he hits the stage, Billy joins WIBC Morning News Host Tony Katz to talk about the...
Hillary Clinton’s laundry list of bizarre public appearances has grown by one. On Wednesday, she appeared via videoconference at a labor union event and asked the crowd what she felt was a very important question: why aren’t I 50 points ahead of Donald Trump? Hillary isn’t fifty...
Riots continue to unfold in the cities Tulsa and Charlotte in the wake of a police shooting in each city, and professional athletes continue to protest their idea of "social injustice" after such events. On Wednesday night, members of the Indiana Fever joined other athletes in...
There really is more than corn in Indiana--there's also a lot of really, really good food. Nowhere is this more true than in Indianapolis, where there is a full-blown food renaissance underway. The city is moving beyond its corn-fed, deep-fried roots and embracing some of the...
Mike Pence, do you remember the time you visited WIBC and didn’t endorse Donald Trump? It’s okay if you don’t--Trump certainly does. On Tuesday, the Trump campaign stopped at the “Midwest Values and Vision Pastors Leadership Conference” in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Things were...
WIBC Morning Host Tony Katz has a very important question: who is a more unfavorable candidate for President of the United States, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton? To answer that question and other questions about about this week's biggest stories, Tony reaches out to Commentary...
Democrats in North Carolina now have the opportunity to repeal the controversial "transgender bathroom" House Bill Number 2 at the local and state levels but are refusing to do so. The question is, why? As WIBC Morning News Host Tony Katz explained, news reports from North...
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month. According to The Cure Starts Now , 1 in 330 children in the U.S. will develop cancer by age 20, and approximately 12,500 children are diagnosed with every year. WIBC Morning News Host Tony Katz speaks with Keith Desserich , founder...