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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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(file photo courtesy Indiana Toll Road) Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety has released it's 12th annual report card grading all states on their basic highway safety laws. The group states over 32,000 people were killed in motor vehicle crashes in 2013, a decrease of 3% from...
The Fraser Institute's Economic Freedom of North America (EFNA) Report places Indiana in a good light. The report measures and ranks U.S. states in economic freedom, which is factored by the state's size of government, taxation and labor regulation. Indiana came in as the state...
Indianapolis is looking into hosting a College Football Playoff Championship game. Indiana Sports Corporation President Ryan Vaughn joined others from the corporation at the championship game Monday in north Texas. Vaughn says their evaluation process includes several factors,...
A suspended Edgewood police officer accused of causing a crash that killed a man and injured the man's pregnant wife has missed his latest court hearing. The "Herald-Bulletin" reports James Foutch missed his Monday hearing in Madison Circuit Court. Judge David Happe rescheduled...
(photo courtesy Indianapolis Colts) Tickets for the AFC Championship game are on sale, but they will cost you plenty. Tickets cannot be bought on Colts.com or Patriots.com unless you're a season ticket holder, are already on a waiting list or if you're a member of the ticket...
The state has reached a settlement with a former Kokomo-area dentist for mishandling medical records of more than 5,000 patients. Dr. Joseph Beck was sued for failing to protect the personal information and improperly disposing of personal information. More than 60 boxes of...
AARP Indiana has outlined their legislative priorities for the year. State Director June Lyle says the organization has two priorities for the session, which would address Hoosier workers who don't have access to a retirement-savings plan and help for family caregivers. Lyle...
Indianapolis Police have identified a man killed in a hit and run New Years Eve night. James Ragland was walking in the 4000 block of Franklin Road when he was hit by a vehicle that left the scene. Ragland was also hit by a second vehicle, which also drove away. Investigators...
IMPD has identified a man killed in a hit and run New Years Eve night. James Ragland was walking in the 4000 block of Franklin Road, north of 38th Street, when he was hit by a vehicle, which left the scene. Ragland was also hit by a second vehicle, which also drove away...