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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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Heavy rain followed by possible severe weather may be moving into Indiana Friday night through Saturday. Indianapolis-based National Weather Service Meteorologist Mike Koch says there's the potential for tornadoes in southwest Indiana. He says a tornado is "a slight risk" for...
U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx says the federal government is committed to helping Indianapolis develop mass transit. Foxx and Mayor Greg Ballard announced the federal government's "Ladder Step Program" Thursday. The program aims to provide Indianapolis technical...
Indianapolis City County Councillor Mary Moriarty Adams says the city simply can't afford Mayor Greg Ballard's proposed $1.7 billion Criminal Justice Complex. This after the Rules and Public Policy Committee rejected the project last week. However, Adams, who heads up the public...
Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness says taxpayers have nothing to lose by supporting a proposed $77 million sports and entertainment complex. City Council will get its first look at the planned facility at their regular meeting Monday night. GK Sports and Entertainment plans to build...
Tens of thousands of firefighters are arriving in Indianapolis this week. Many of them will be taking part in live fire experiments today and tomorrow in Thorntown. That's where a 6,000 square foot farmhouse-like structure will be set ablaze for firefighters to test out theories...
The City of Indianapolis is pushing ahead with plans for urban farming. The Department of Metropolitan Development is getting $1 million in grant funding for 2015 and 2016 from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Senior Project Manager John Hunsberger says the...
Special honors for two Indianapolis heroes today. IU Health honored 60-year-old Russell Hill and IMPD Officer Michael Darst. Last November, Darst saved Hill who was being attacked by two pit bulls. Darst shot the dogs who he says were viciously attacking Hill who himself had...
The FBI is hiring. FBI Indiana Spokesperson Wendy Osborne says they're looking for hundreds of good men and women. They're seeking to fill about 800 special agent positions nationwide this year. They currently employ 13,000 special agents. Osborne says despite issues plaguing...
An Indiana doctor says a new study out on aging is right on the money. The study suggests that the age 60 is "the new middle age." Dr. Phil Stafford heads up the Center on Aging and Community at Indiana University in Bloomington. He says the study is fair and accurate given...