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Today we will start our transition to a much colder weather pattern for the next few days. Snow showers will develop throughout the morning and then will continue off and on throughout the night and into Tuesday. The snow won’t come in one big wave but rather snow squalls that...
The third time was the charm for Tony Dungy and Marvin Harrison. Both former Colts were elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday night in their third year as finalists. Running back Edgerrin James, a finalist for the first time, did not make the cut. Dungy’s credentials...
An Indiana University law professor says it is clear Park Tudor made some serious mistakes in reporting information to police about the inappropriate relationship former basketball coach Kyle Cox had with a student. According to documents filed in federal court, the school did...
Here it is... And there it goes. A field goal, blindfolded, from numero uno. @WIBCRaySteele
Max Winkler (wibc.com file photo/Fishers Police) Max Winkler wrote out a plan to murder a man. He'll have a lot more time to do writing...in prison. Winkler was sentenced to 80 years for killing Henry Kim, 73, in a rare murder in Fishers. Kim was shot and his throat was slashed...
A man who saw his uncle's stolen car chased down the car with his own vehicle, crashed into the car and then held the driver at gunpoint until police arrived Friday afternoon. The incident happened on northbound I-465 at 46th Street around 2:30 p.m on Friday According to a press...
Indiana health leaders say Hoosiers need to be healthier to keep the state's economy humming. Chuck Gillespie heads the Wellness Council of Indiana, a nonprofit owned by the Indiana Chamber. He says health care costs are second only to payroll for most companies -- and more...
11 presidential candidates and 52 congressional hopefuls have filed for Indiana's primary ballot. All eight remaining Republican presidential candidates have qualified for the ballot, along with Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, who quit the race the same day his campaign turned in...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Murdering four people in February 2014 on South Parker Ave., during a robbery is why Kenneth Rackemann is going to prison for life. Rackemenn pleaded guilty Friday morning, and under the terms of that plea, he cannot be released from prison. Rackemann and...