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  • Positive outlook remains with coach after losing both legs, his left hand and some fingers

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) – A California high school football coach went in for a routine medical procedure and nearly died. Life is a lot different these days for 49-year-old Casey Cagle. “I’m vulnerable for the first time in my life,” the Bradshaw Christian assistant football coach told KTXL. “I walked into that hospital at 6-foot-5-and-a-half, you know, 261 pounds. I came out at 4-foot-6 and 191 pounds. You realize at that point how fast things can change.” That was this […]

  • Former South Carolina governor and GOP presidential candidate Sanford to visit Indianapolis

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Republican Presidential candidate Mark Sanford has announced a tour stop in Indianapolis this week. The former governor of South Carolina and U.S. Representative is on a week-long tour titled “Kids, We’re Bankrupt and We Didn’t Even Know It” with a stop planned in Indianapolis on Thursday, October 17. “My intention and purpose is to begin a national dialogue with voters about our nation’s disastrous financial state. I continue to be perplexed and amazed by the ways in […]

  • Marion County prosecutors announce conviction of man on sex trafficking charges

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Marion County prosecutors announced the conviction of a man for sex trafficking of a 15-year-old Indianapolis girl on Wednesday. After a two-day jury trial, Krisean Porter, 32, was convicted on felony charges including promoting human trafficking, promoting prostitution and sexual misconduct with a minor. Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears said in a statement: “Krisean Porter physically and emotionally abused a vulnerable child for his personal gain. Our office is committed to targeting and bringing to justice those […]

  • Clinton County man charged after standoff with police

    CLINTON COUNTY, Ind. — A Kirklin man was arrested Monday and faces multiple charges after allegedly shooting at several people. Clinton County police said deputies responded to a report of shots fired at a residence on Scotland Road. When police arrived, deputies learned that a woman and a three-year-old toddler had fled the residence on foot. According to police, a man inside the residence was firing a rifle out of the back of the residence towards the woman and child, […]

  • PHOTOS: Robert Plant and his band flies high at Noblesville performance

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — Even though summer concert season is drawing to a close, there’s still plenty of music and magic in the Indiana air. Photographer Chris Shaw captured some amazing images from Robert Plant’s Friday night performance at Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville. The Led Zeppelin singer and his band the Sensational Space Shifters appeared as part of The Outlaw Music Festival that featured Willie Nelson & Family, Alison Krauss and more. Plant played Zeppelin hits like “Black Dog” and […]

  • ‘Stranger Things’-style sweatshirt officially launched by Purdue

    WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University has officially announced the release of a replica shirt based on a design featured in Netflix’s Stranger Things. The university worked with CLC, its exclusive trademark licensing agent, to create the special-edition shirt that appeared on the hit streaming series. Plans for producing the vintage top have been in the works since the third season of the show premiered on the 4th of July. On September 10, CBS4 broke the news that pre-orders would […]

  • HorrorHound Weekend creeps into Indiana Convention Center

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — One of the country’s biggest horror conventions returns to downtown Indianapolis at a new location. The Indiana Convention Center (100 South Capitol Avenue) is the new home of HorrorHound Weekend which starts Friday, September 6 and runs through Sunday, September 8. Hosted by HorrorHound magazine, the convention boasts another huge list of celebrity guests, vendors, panels and a film festival. According to a HorrorHound release, this year’s list of guests include several cast members from the Scream […]

  • Review: John Mayer at Bankers Life Fieldhouse

    It was a hot and muggy Indiana summer night, but everything turned out cool and groovy after John Mayer took the stage at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Monday. The jam-filled evening started out a little mellow, opening with the newer “Helpless” from 2017’s The Search For Everything and “Vultures” from Grammy-winning Continuum from 2006. Then the singer-songwriter and guitar wizard threw in his breakout hit “No Such Thing” from 2001’s Room For Squares, and the rest of the night was […]

  • Weekend Rock: Santana, John Mayer, Impractical Jokers

    Summer concert season is here! Welcome to Weekend Rock, your guide to some of the big shows coming to Indy this week! Catch TV actor and SNL alum Jon Lovitz at Helium Comedy Club this week with sets Thursday through Saturday. I Prevail brings their hard n’ heavy rock to the Egyptian Room in Old National Centre on Thursday. The tour is supporting their new release Trauma and will likely feature the viral 2014 cover of Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space.” […]

  • ‘Apocalypse Now’ screens in 4K at Indianapolis IMAX for 40th anniversary

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Indiana State Museum IMAX has announced two screenings of Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse Now for the 40th anniversary of its original release. IMAX Theater Director Brian Hammes said Apocalypse Now: Final Cut presents a new, never-before-seen restored version of the film. “Apocalypse Now has been remastered in 4K Ultra HD and employs a ground-breaking sound system, engineered to create a truly visceral experience. It has also been enhanced with High Dynamic Range HDR, which delivers spectacular colors […]

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