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  • Pacers beat Cavs 98-80 behind Oladipo’s 32 points

    CLEVELAND, Ohio. – The Pacers have gotten off to a great start in round one of the 2018 NBA Playoffs, dominating Cleveland 98-80. Traditionally a second half team, Indiana got off to a fast start, leading by 19 at the end of the first quarter. Lance came off the bench and immediately got under LeBron’s skin. It seemed that LeBron acted like a clean swipe by Stephenson was flagrant, which prompted a long review and technical. It was clean and […]

  • Billboard says Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Dreams’ enters charts again thanks to viral tweet

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – In the 21st Century, there’s no doubt that a viral social media post can really make an impact. Take the tweet below for example from @bottledfleet. “Fleetwood Mac’s music is so boring, you can’t even dance to it” Me, an intellectual: pic.twitter.com/2QmrFycHy2 — i m m i g r ❀ n t (@bottledfleet) March 22, 2018 The tweet has over 140,000 retweets and 330,00 likes catapulting the former number one hit from the summer of 1977 into […]

  • A look at the new USS Indianapolis

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – 20 years after the last USS Indianapolis was decommissioned by the Navy, a new vessel is getting ready to hit the water while maintaining a strong connection to central Indiana. Ray Shearer, of the USS Indianapolis Commissioning Committee, spoke with us about the brand new USS Indianapolis. The ship was just removed from her barn up in Marinette, Wisconsin and is now getting ready for a christening ceremony on Saturday, April 14. The ship is a LCS […]

  • Attention Hoosier Cubs fans: Your complete 2018 season preview

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It’s finally time for Cubs baseball! Even though the Circle City does not have a Major League Baseball team, it’s come to my attention over the last year that there’s tons of Chicago Cubs fans densely scattered throughout central Indiana. Because of this and the fact they’re the crème de la crème of the NL Central, I’ve put together an ultimate season preview for all you Hoosier Cubs fans out there. Were in the middle of the […]

  • Sweet Sixteen: Texas Tech beats Purdue 78-65

    BOSTON – Purdue fans will have to wait another year for a Final Four run after the Boilers fell to Texas Tech Friday night 78-65. Despite Carsen Edward’s going for 30 points, Purdue was unable to hang with the Red Raiders in the second half. The big story headed into the game was whether or not 7’2″ center Isaac Haas would be able to suit up after suffering a fractured elbow. Redshirt freshman Matt Haarms stepped up in his spot, […]

  • Father John Misty headlining IU’s Kurt Vonnegut festival

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana University is bringing in big names to help kick off their first ever summer festival, Granfalloon: A Kurt Vonnegut Convergence. The three-day festival, taking place May 10-12, will be headlined by Grammy-nominated artist Father John Misty. Granfalloon will include a two-day academic conference of panels and keynote speakers, concerts all over Bloomington, theatrical performances and other activities inspired by the life of Vonnegut. “Granfalloon,” a term from Vonnegut’s renowned novel “Cat’s Cradle,” refers to a group […]

  • Shocker in Charlotte: UMBC upsets #1 Virginia, first 16 seed to win in tournament history

    CHARLOTTE, NC. – For the first time in the history of the NCAA tournament, a number one seed has lost in the opening round. UMBC (University of Maryland Baltimore County) shocked the sports world late Friday by beating top-ranked Virginia, 74-54. Their star Jairus Lyles led the Golden Retrievers with 28 points on 9-11 shooting. The Retrievers didn’t even win their own conference to qualify for tournament, they upset Vermont in the American East Conference title game.  Virginia came into […]

  • Georgia hires Tom Crean as next head coach

    ATHENS, Ga. – Tom Crean has become the next head coach at the University of Georgia. This is following reports of him meeting with Pitt yesterday to discuss their vacancy after the Panthers fired Kevin Stallings. Georgia fired Mark Fox on March 10 after failing to make the tournament for the third year in a row, he lasted nine seasons in Athens. Tom Crean has still stayed in Bloomington after he was fired by Indiana on March 16, 2017. Crean […]

  • The Killers, Foster The People coming to Indy this summer

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – On their way down to Bonnaroo, indie rock legends The Killers will headline Ruoff Home Mortgage Center on Friday, June 8. The Vegas-based band will make only their third ever appearance in Indianapolis, they last played the Murat in 2009. After a long recording hiatus following 2012’s dud “Battle Born,” the Killers returned last fall with their fifth LP, ” Wonderful Wonderful.” It wasn’t a complete hiatus, because the band kept touring throughout. Foster the People of […]

  • Colts get pass rusher, sign Raiders’ DE Autry to three-year deal

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Colts have made their first free agent splash of the offseason and address a key need by signing defensive end Denico Autry. The deal for the former Raiders’ pass rusher is $17.8 over three years, according to our own Mike Chappell. He will receive around $7 million in his first year, the only guaranteed year. This means if he is ineffective, the Colts can cut him next year without being penalized. The former undrafted free agent […]