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Ray Steele

Ray Steele has been a reporter for Network Indiana since December 2011. Ray was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee and raised just south of there in Trenton, Georgia.  He attended Jacksonville State University in Alabama.

Ray spent the five years before coming to Indy in Savannah, Georgia.  He earned several Associated Press Awards for news coverage and sports play-by-play at some of the top news radio stations in the South; among them are WREC in Memphis, WERC in Birmingham, Alabama and WPTF in Raleigh, North Carolina.  

Ray enjoys time with his wife and two daughters, the music of Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong, 1920s - 50's jazz and 1980's hair metal bands.  He doesn't believe the world would rotate properly without baseball, pro wrestling, Doctor Who and Cosmos.

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The nativity scene outside the Franklin County Courthouse (image courtesy of Facebook) The ACLU wants a federal judge to make Franklin County take down a nativity scene from the grounds of its courthouse as soon as possible. The ACLU of Indiana asked for a preliminary injunction...
The state Supreme Court says Indiana's public intoxication law is not unconstitutionally vague. The court ruled unanimously against a challenge to the law from a man from Indianapolis who was convicted of being drunk in public in 2012. Rodregus Morgan was arrested after a police...
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(image courtesy of Hollywood Casino, Lawrenceburg) With casino revenue in Indiana falling, the head of the Casino Association hopes a new study will show lawmakers how much the state's economy would lose if casinos began to fail. At Thursday's announcement of state revenue...
Steam leaked from underground at Washington and Illinois downtown (wibc.com photo: Ray Steele) An underground steam leak slowed down midday traffic in downtown Indy. Most people downtown are used to seeing some steam escape from underground, but just before lunchtime, steam came...
Police at IUPUI are looking for a suspect after they say a student was drugged with an e-cigarette and raped at a campus apartment. IUPUI Police sent out a campus alert saying they learned Wednesday morning of the incident that occurred the last week of November. The alert says...
(image courtesy of IU-Bloomington) The earth's average temperature has been rising, and now new research from IU shows that extremes in temperatures are also getting warmer. Trends in extreme heat and cold are important, said Scott Robeson, professor of geography at IU-...
While President Obama's announcement on US talks with Cuba is a first step, a retired professor who served on a US-Cuban relations panel says normal relations with Cuba are a long way away. Obama announced that the US would restore diplomatic relations with the Communist country...
Senator Karen Tallian (D, Portage) (image courtesy of Facebook) A State Senator will try again to get a hearing for a marijuana bill in the legislature. But this time, it will focus on the use of marijuana as medicine. Senator Karen Tallian (D, Portage) has introduced bills in...