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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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The Indianapolis Metropolitan Development Commission has approved a multi-million dollar property tax break on the Cummins office tower project. Cummins is building a $30 million, 10-story tower at the former Market Square Arena site in downtown Indianapolis. The $4.3 million...
A major expansion for air travelers announced at Indianapolis International Airport Wednesday. Southwest Airlines says it's adding daily, nonstop flights to between Indianapolis and two new destinations, Boston and Los Angeles. Southwest Airlines Spokesperson Katherine Findlay...
An Indiana-based expert says philanthropy isn't confined to donating lots of money. Dr. Sara Konrath is assistant professor at the Lilly School of Philanthropy at Indiana University. Konrath says that $173 billion of annual service is contributed by volunteers every year. This...
Marion County Republican Party Chair Kyle Walker says they still have plenty of time to come up with a viable candidate for Indianapolis mayor. This follows State. Sen. Jim Merritt's word that he will not seek the Republican nod. Walker says they still have about a handful of...
An Indiana-based expert of Islamic Studies says religious extremism, "barbarity" and "idolatry" are mindsets that require rehabilitation. University of Notre Dame's Dr. Ebrahim Moosa is speaking out on the Taliban killings of dozens of school children. Dr. Moosa says the Taliban...
The Circle City welcomed dozens of new American citizens Monday. 64 people from 35 countries including Peru, Malawi, Mexico, India, China, France, Philippines, Honduras and Greece all took the oath before U.S. District court Judge Larry J. McKinney in Union Station in downtown...
Come April, the Indianapolis Museum of Art will begin charging $18 for adult admission and $10 for children ages 6 to 17. Museum Director and CEO Dr. Charles Venable says the museum board of governors unanimously approved the move Thursday. Venable says the action was necessary...
The U.S. Postal Service and Fedex are prepping for the holiday onslaught. Monday is their biggest mailing and shipping day of the year. Fed Ex Spokesperson Paula Bosler says they expect to process a record 22.6 million packages Monday. She cites e-commerce as the reason. Bosler...
The Department of Public Works is seeking public input on the $10 million New York-Michigan Streets project. DPW Spokesperson Kelly Ann Janssen says the two-phase project will convert both streets from one-way to two-way streets from West Street to White River Parkway. Janssen...