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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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Indiana continues to produce entrepreneurs. The U.S. Small Business Administration says entrepreneurial ranks climb each year in the Hoosier State. Indiana has more than 493,000 small businesses and ranks 21st in the nation for entrepreneurs. USSBA Indiana District Director...
The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Indiana is partnering with schools across the state to keep kids safe. Project Safe Childhood is targeting cyber-security and kids. Assistant U.S. Attorney Tiffany McCormick says they're traveling district-wide to give...
Indiana is just shy of the peak employment of March 2000. That's when the Bureau of Labor Statistics says the Hoosier State had 2,612,600 private sector jobs. Indiana Department of Workforce Development Spokesman Joe Frank says the state is now only 7,800 jobs short of that...
It's looking like a potentially stormy week through this coming weekend across Indiana. National Weather Service Meteorologist Joe Skowronek says showers and thunderstorms will likely develop through Tuesday evening. He says the eastern half of the state is especially at risk...
InDot is kicking off the $3.4 million, I-65 Northbound I-70 West Bound South Split Project tonight. Spokesman Will Wingfield says the purpose of the project is to rehabilitate two, 40-year-old bridges that carry the I-65 northbound ramp to I-70 westbound. They're the ramp bridge...
Indiana consumers are feeling the pinch from the California drought. Purdue University and the USDA report that while the drought hasn't caused any major impact, food prices are going up. California produces 64% of the nation's fruits and nuts, 22% of vegetables and has about 20...
The Indianapolis Department of Public Safety is taking on the issue of re-entry. Re-entry is the subject of a big city roundtable discussion Tuesday afternoon at the Regional Operations Center. Director Troy Riggs says at least six-thousand people in Marion County are re-...
General Motors and Governor Mike Pence are expected to make a huge economic development announcement in Fort Wayne Tuesday. Fort Wayne Assembly Plant Spokesperson Stephanie Jentgen will only reveal that the goal has always been to upgrade the 30-year-old plant to keep it...
A consumer watchdog is calling a national settlement with the three major credit bureaus a victory for consumers. Indiana is among 31 states that have reached a settlement with Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. The deal changes the way the credit bureaus handle disputes...