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  • 10 spring shows to get ready for summer concert season

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The weather is beginning to turn, but with that comes tons of rain that still can put a damper in outdoor plans. Life is all about preparation, like how baseball players attend spring training before the start of the season, music lovers must get ready for summer concert season. I already looked at this summer’s fantastic concert lineup, but now let’s turn our attention to 10 local shows to get your brains in live music mode before […]

  • Alabama lawmaker proposes bill allowing teachers to carry guns at school

    GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. – Alabama State Representative Will Ainsworth says he will introduce legislation that would allow some public school teachers and administrators to carry a gun during school hours. He says concerned educators from Marshall County reached out to him Thursday evening in the wake of the Parkland, Florida shooting that left 17 dead. “They wanted to know what we could do to prevent that in Alabama,” said Ainsworth. The first term legislator says he is researching the issue. “Our kids are […]

  • Smashing Pumpkins headed to Indy on reunion tour

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Many fans of The Smashing Pumpkins knew something was up when the band installed a countdown clock on their website last week. It hit zero on Thursday, and the band announced a full reunion tour this summer, which includes an Indianapolis date at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Aug. 17. The Shiny and Oh So Bright tour celebrates the 30th anniversary of the band’s formation and will only feature a setlist curated from the band’s first five albums. […]

  • Love Stinks: 10 of the best Anti-Valentine’s Day songs

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It’s Valentine’s Day and many are celebrating with their special someone. In this modern age, “Singles Awareness Day” has popped up to mark Feb. 15, after tons of folks post pictures online celebrating V-Day. Whether there’s enough spite in your engine to power a large combine, or if you’re content with being single, here’s 10 songs that will help you convince yourself Valentine’s Day is just another 24 hours on the calendar. Let’s get started with the […]

  • Yorktown’s Emily Weiss breaks national high school record in 100 breaststroke

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – There’s a new national high school record for girls’ 100 breaststroke and it belongs to Yorktown’s Emily Weiss. Weiss beat the old record of 58.56 by touching the wall in 58.40 today at during the state finals at IUPUI’s Natatorium. The teen phenom is a IU commit and junior at Yorktown, where she is already a two-time state champ. She has her sights set for the 2020 Olympics, and has a close relationship with fellow Hoosier and […]

  • Eagles beat Patriots to win first Super Bowl in franchise history, 41-33

    MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – The Eagles have won their first Super Bowl in franchise history after beating New England tonight, 41-33. Philadelphia, seeking revenge for their 2004 loss to New England, started off the game in the right direction. They marched down the field for a long 14-play, 67 yard drive that resulted in a field goal. After Brady and company matched with a field goal of their own, former Bears receiver Alshon Jeffrey hauled in a 34-yard bomb from backup […]

  • 10 of the best Super Bowl halftime shows ever

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Millions of American could really care less who actually wins the Super Bowl every year. They enjoy all the fanfare surrounding the big game, including the spectacle that is the halftime show. The trend of mega stars performing during the Super Bowl didn’t really start until 1991. Before the big game kicks off, let’s take a look back at 10 of the best Super Bowl halftime performances ever. Prince The best Super Bowl performance of all-time was […]

  • Indiana veteran leaves behind epic obituary

    DEMOTTE, Ind. – A northwest Indiana woman decided the style of traditional obituaries didn’t quite fit her dad’s personality, so she wrote up one that did. “He lived to make other people laugh…it was the only way to honor him properly,” said daughter, Jean Lahn, of Lowell. Terry Ward moved to Demotte from suburban Illinois in 1973 after serving in the Vietnam War. The Army veteran wanted a quiet place in the country after participating in active combat. During her […]

  • Local cancer survivor raises money for Riley with help of Meghan Trainor

    ELIZABETHTOWN, Ind. – A cancer survivor has used her incredible dance talent to raise thousands for other children in need. 11-year-old Cierra McCauley is raising awareness for pediatric cancer with one simple message, “get out and dance.” Cierra, was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2012, but didn’t let it keep her down. She continued to dance, even in between hospital stays at Riley. The former national dance champion is used to beating things. Whenshe was three, Cierra won a national title […]

  • Indiana man discusses process of donating kidney to dying NYC father of five

    NEW YORK, NY – In an act that most would label heroic, an Indiana man hopes his actions inspire others to realize kidney donation is not as scary as it seems. It all started back in August, when Hurricane Harvey was wrecking havoc down in Houston. Rob said his friend Jessica, a nurse in Houston at the time, kept harping on him to donate blood for victims of Hurricane Harvey. After stalling for awhile, he decided to go donate. While […]