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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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An Indiana legal analyst says the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage will lead to a federal civil rights statue targeting discrimination against gays in the private sector. IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law Professor Dr. David Orentlicher says that statute would likely...
A group of renowned neurosurgeons is holding a first of its kind meeting in Indianapolis this week. They say about 100,000 cases of hemorrhagic stroke occur within the United States every year. IU Health's Dr. Mitesh Shah says there still aren't many great therapies for...
An emotional week of testimony is getting started in the Mark Leonard Richmond Hill explosion trial in South Bend this week. Prosecutors are expected to call homeowners, family members of John and Jennifer Longworth, both killed in the fallout, and Monserrate Shirley, the...
Doctors at Riley Hospital for Children are treating an Afghan baby with a major esophageal disorder. Seven-month-old Nima Akbarian is in Indianapolis from Afghanistan. He was brought to Indiana by Jim and Roberta Graham of the Rotary Club of Brownsburg. The Grahams have helped...
Lawrence city officials are taking bites out of blight. Mayor Dean Jessup announced Friday $1 million in grants to eliminate blight and spruce up one of the city's main streets. Jessup says the city is tearing down the derelict Old Town Hall and an old house next door - both on...
AAA Hoosier Motor Club says this July 4th holiday weekend will be the most-traveled ever for Hoosiers. More than one-million Indiana residents are expected to travel 50 miles or more from home during the holiday period. Last year, about 993,000 traveled during the holiday...
A new urban park is coming to Indianapolis. City and civic leaders today announced that Lilly Endowment has awarded the Indianapolis-Marion County Building Authority a $5 million matching grant. The city will come up with at least another $5 million to transform the Washington...
Today marks the 20th annual National HIV Testing Day. The Indiana State Department of Health says given the latest statistics, it remains crucial that Hoosiers get tested for HIV. One is six people are infected with HIV and don't know it. Doctors say that greatly increases the...
Indianapolis Public Safety Director Troy Riggs says it's an opportunity he couldn't pass up. In August, he's leaving his post to join the Indiana University Public Policy Institute as Director of Public Safety Outreach. Riggs says he's not leaving because his boss, Mayor Greg...