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Mike Corbin

Mike Corbin is a news anchor and reporter for WIBC News.  Mike is a graduate of Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY. He started his career in television, reporting and anchoring for WUTR-TV in Utica, NY and later worked for WIXT-TV in Syracuse, NY. He then worked for WTVR-TV in Richmond, VA, the Virginia Radio News Network and WGRZ-TV in Buffalo, NY before moving to Indianapolis to work for WISH-TV.

Mike spent 9 years at WISH-TV before joining WIBC News in March, 2011.  Mike is also an award-winning author of two art appreciation books. His works have earned him several awards including the National Indie Excellence Book Award and the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award.   In his free time, Mike is an avid art collector, writer, yogi and runner.

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Hoosier consumers are expected to spend upwards of $1.3 billion on back to school sales this year. Purdue University Retail Expert Dr. Richard Feinberg says back to school time remains the second biggest time of year for the nation's retailers right behind the Christmas season...
An Indiana consumer group says misguided leadership and a questionable downtown electric distribution network are among the reasons why the state should cut Indianapolis Power & Light's request for a rate hike way back. The Indiana Office of Utility and Consumer Counselor is...
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is calling on major phone companies to help customers block unwanted calls. Zoeller joined 44 other state attorneys general who sent joint letters to AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile and CenturyLink. They say federal law does not prevent...
A top Indiana banking insider says bank branches are becoming the new dinosaurs. Indiana Bankers Association President S. Joe DeHaven says brick and mortar banks are dying at a rate of about 500 a year nationwide. DeHaven says bank branches peaked at about 90,000 in 2009. He...
Indianapolis Public Safety Director Troy Riggs says he's leaving office with homicides and shootings down this year. He says homicides are down 20% so far this year. However, he says crime will rise again if the city doesn't continue to deal "with the systemic issues" that lead...
A top city official says from where he sits, financial fallout from the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in Indiana has been minimal. Visit Indy President Leonard Hoops says he had been anticipating that RFRA might hurt convention business in Indianapolis, but he says now that...
Indianapolis will host the U.S. Conference of Mayors 84th Annual Meeting next year. Conference Trustee and Mayor Greg Ballard announced on Tuesday that the four-day conference will take place next June 24th-27th at the JW Marriott in downtown Indianapolis. Visit Indy President...
Indiana has gotten more than its fair share of rainfall so far this year. Indianapolis-based National Weather Service Meteorologist Mark Damer says rainfall in Central Indiana is more than 12 inches above normal for this time of year. He says the region has seen 19.97 inches of...
Governor Mike Pence has appointed Marion County Superior Court Judge Robert Altice Jr. to the Indiana Court of Appeals. The Governor made the announcement with Altice and family present in the Indiana Statehouse Friday. The 54-year-old says appointment will be a great way to...