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Thanks for listening to "Opioids in Indiana". Audio titled OPIOIDS IN INDIANA PODCAST by 93WIBC RELATED ARTICLES: More Hoosiers Die in 2017 Than 2016 Drug Expert Says the State Could Do More The Farm Bill Includes Help for Opioid Emergency Getting Better in Scott County After...
INDIANAPOLIS --The WIBC News Special "Indiana Cold Cases" is now available in its entirety. The program is intended to provide information and bring awareness to unsolved crimes that have haunted Hoosier detetctives, some for decades. The families need closure, and the criminals...
STATE WIDE --You may have seen reruns of One Day at a Time or binge-watched Parks and Rec on Netflix. You've probably seen "The Great Escape" or "Rebel Without a Cause". These movies and TV shows were influenced in a large way by your home state. "Hollywood Indiana" looks at the...
Relive or discover what happened during the blizzard of 1978. Listen to "Indiana and the Blizzard of 1978". Graphic: Maddie Koss/Emmis
Hunker down for an old school radio play! The WIBC Players present... It's A Wonderful Life.
Congratulations, Indiana! You've (almost) made it to the end of 2017! These are the stories that affected you, your money, your family, and your world. They made you laugh, they broke your heart, they made you angry, and they gave you hope -- they are The Top 17 of '17. Audio...
93 WIBC honors Indiana's veterans with "A Salute to Service" hosted by C.J. Miller. Six Hoosier veterans share their stories of service and sacrifice for our country: ● Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb - U.S. Navy ● Greg Ballard, former Indianapolis Mayor - U.S. Marine Corps ●...
INDIANAPOLIS -- On Oct. 20, 1987, at 9:11 a.m., a military jet, without the pilot, crashed in to the Ramada Inn at the Indianapolis Airport. Nine people died that day, one more person died from burns later. The engine failed and the pilot bailed. The A-7 fighter jet skidded...
INDIANAPOLIS --Fifty years ago a group of businessmen and a newspaper sports reporter got together and put up money to start a pro basketball team for Indiana. It wasn't the first in the state, but with your support, it's been the strongest and the longest. Before you listen to...