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Reed Parker

Reed Parker is a news anchor/reporter for Network Indiana and its sister station, WIBC-FM, Indianapolis.
Reed is a graduate of Southern Illinois University, where he served as Sports Director.  He began his radio career in 1993 at his hometown station of WFIW in Fairfield, IL calling local football and basketball games. Reed worked as news director for WMOK in Metropolis, IL then moved to Indiana to lead the WITZ newsroom in Jasper. Reed joined Network Indiana/WIBC News in 2009. Reed enjoys sports and spending time with his wife and dogs.

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A Muncie City Court judge faces several misconduct charges. The Indiana Commission on Judicial Qualifications has filed 13 specific counts against Judge Dianna Bennington. The charges include abuse of judicial power, repeated violations of statutes and court rules and...
Two former Hendricks County Sheriff's Deputies are in custody for allegedly being involved in a large synthetic drug ring. Jason Woods, 44, and his wife Teresa Woods, 34, are being held in the Boone County jail. State Police say investigators learned of a safe belonging to the...
Charges have been filed against a mother and her boyfriend in the death of a 9-month old child. Apryl Hammer and Corey Bullock have both been charged with murder, aggravated battery and neglect of a dependent in the September death of Aiva McGee. Medics responded to their home...
(stock photo) A whitetail deer damaged a Pike County elementary school Monday morning. The deer ran through a glass door at the front entrance of Winslow Elementary and then hit another glass door. Principal Rich Luker says a few children were standing nearby and went outside...
The man accused in the shooting death of IMPD officer Perry Renn will not go to trial until 2017. Major Davis Jr. could face the death penalty if convicted. A Marion County judge has set a preliminary trial date of February 6, 2017. A spokesperson for Marion County Prosecutor...
Americans currently owe over $1 trillion in student debt and the National Education Association is trying to fight the problem by launching the Degrees Not Debt campaign. The average amount of debt a student now assumes is $29,000, which the NEA feels is a "barrier to the...
BMV officials announced Wednesday the release of an informational video about a new law that will soon go into effect concerning motor driven cycles. The new law begins January 1 and will require the state to register the cycles, and it requires the cycle riders to display...
A repeat of the brutally cold and snow-filled winter last year is not likely to happen again this winter. NOAA's Climate Prediction Center (CPC) Acting Director Mike Halpert says El Nino will bring warmer conditions to the U.S. this winter. But Halpert says the upcoming winter...
A groundbreaking ceremony was held Wednesday morning for two multi-tenant office buildings at the site of the former Studebaker plant in South Bend. Great Lakes Capital will build two buildings at Ignition Park with a minimum investment of $12 million. One of the tenants will be...