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  • VIDEO: 13th anniversary of the ‘Malice in the Palace’

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – One of most infamous games in NBA history took place 13 years ago today. The “Malice in the Palace” as it was later dubbed, took place between the Pacers and the Pistons up in Auburn Hills on Nov. 19, 2004. It started when Pistons’ center Ben Wallace took offence to a hard foul and pushed Ron Artest…the rest was history. After the initial scuffle, it looked like it was going to simmer down and then Artest, Stephen […]

  • For those about to rock: 10 of the greatest AC/DC songs

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – 64 is way too young. Founding member Malcolm Young of the legendary rock band AC/DC died today. His brother Angus is a little bit more known, but Malcolm was a main songwriter for the band and described as the heartbeat behind AC/DC. Young started the band in 1973 at the age of 20 with Angus. He retired permanently from the band in 2014. Reports indicated at that time that Young was placed in a care facility for […]

  • Sizing up summer concert season: 8 shows we need in Indianapolis next year

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Even though it’s almost the holidays, it’s the season for the members of the music industry to come up with a full lineup of summertime concerts to get us crazy with excitement. It’s a tough job, but somebody has to do it. Over the next few months, you’ll see be more and more summer shows that will be announced. Recently, Foo Fighters, Weezers and the Pixies have announced large shows in the area next summer. The following […]

  • Happy Veterans Day: 10 famous celebs you probably didn’t know served in the military

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It’s Veterans Day and time to recognize countless individuals who have risked their lives to give us freedom. Many celebrities served in the military prior to becoming famous. From Mr. T to to Kurt Vonnegut, here’s a look at some that you might not of known served in the armed forces. Johnny Cash Born J.R. Cash, the Air Force made him choose John as his first name when he enlisted. He served 4 years in the Air […]

  • T.Y. Hilton shines in Colts win at Houston, 20-14

    HOUSTON, Tx. – After not getting more than three receptions in the last three games, T.Y. Hilton reminded the league why he is one of the shiftiest receivers in the NFL. Hilton was the main catalyst in the Colts’ 20-14 upset win down in Houston today. He hooked up with Jacoby Brissett on a 45-yard bomb to start the scoring mid way through the first quarter. He wasn’t done. With 1:56 left in the third, he took a drag route […]

  • 10 songs to get ready for Weezer, Pixies’ show next summer

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Iconic rock bands Weezer and the Pixies have announced a co-headlining tour with a date in the Circle City next summer. They will play the newly renamed Ruoff Home Mortgage Center on Sunday, July 8 with tickets going on sale Friday, November 10. Both bands have kept making music since their glory days of the 90’s. Weezer recently released their eleventh studio album, Pacific Daydream, last week to mixed reviews, but setlists indicate that the band have only […]

  • BSU professor explains why conspiracy theorists may be let down by JFK files

    MUNCIE, Ind. – If you are hoping for JFK conspiracy theory to be validated following Thursday’s release of the JFK flies, one Ball State professor says you will most likely be disappointed. CBS4 spoke with Dr. Chad Kinsella, who is a professor of political science at Ball State University, about what Hoosiers can expect from the release of the files. “I think conspiracy theorists will be let down following the release because if something major happened, we would already know […]

  • Muncie ARF caring for blind beagle who was rescued from side of road

    MUNCIE, Ind. – A beagle is on a long road of recovery after he was rescued in a Greene County ditch on Saturday. A woman was driving from Bloomington in Greene County when she noticed what she thought was a squirrel lying on the side of the road.  Mary Witte decided to stop and check on the animal which turned out to be a severely injured 15-pound beagle. She met up with her daughter’s mother-in-law who volunteers at ARF, Lisa […]

  • Indianapolis woman hoping to reunite with daughter she gave up for adoption in 1988

    DECATUR TOWNSHIP, Ind. – An Indianapolis woman took to Facebook in an effort to help find her daughter who she gave up for adoption at birth. Valerie Coressel just wants her daughter back and is hoping leads form from the power of social media. Coressel shared a post on Facebook Tuesday that starts out with, “This is hard for me to do but I have decided it’s time.” She went on to say, “Back in 1988 I gave birth to […]

  • A highway to hell: 13 songs to get ready for Halloween

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –  Believe it or not, October is more than half-way over and Halloween is right around the corner. To celebrate, I’ve created a spooky Halloween-themed playlist to get you ready a night filled of candy, horror movies, and of course…dancing. Without further ado, let’s get started with the King of Pop. Michael Jackson – Thriller The gold standard of Halloween-themed music videos, the title track of Jackson’s 1984 Thriller is accompanied by a video that plays out like a short […]