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  • CBS4 Country Megaticket Giveaway

    One lucky winner has the chance to win TWO JIFFY LUBE COUNTRY MEGATICKETS!! The winner will get a to see 7 of the biggest shows in country music at Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center all summer long. We’re talking Dierks Bentley, Thomas Rhett, Brad Paisley, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean and more! **Please be patient, as it may take the contest submission form a few moments to load.**

  • Official Rules: CBS4 Country Megaticket giveaway

    CBS4 – WTTV OFFICIAL RULES FOR SWEEPSTAKES 2019 COUNTRY MEGATICKET PRESENTED BY JIFFY LUBE AT RUOFF HOME MORTGAGE MUSIC CENTER. NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCE OF WINNING. SPONSOR: Tribune Broadcasting Indianapolis, LLC, CBS4 WTTV, 6910 NETWORK PLACE, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46278. SWEEPSTAKES DATES: CBS4-WTTV will announce a sweepstakes (“Sweepstakes”) on the air (either visually or aurally,) Monday, February 04, 2019– Sunday, February 10, 2019. (The Sweepstakes […]

  • Hoosier History: On This Day, February 4

    Today is Monday, Feb. 4, the 35th day of 2019. There are 330 days left in the year. Today’s Hoosier Highlights in History: On Feb. 4, 2007, “the Colts, led by quarterback Peyton Manning, played in their first Super Bowl game since moving to Indianapolis. The team defeated the Chicago Bears at Miami’s Dolphin Stadium to win the title of World Champions. The game made NFL history as the first Super Bowl in which African American head coaches, the Colts’ Tony Dungy and the Bears’ Lovie Smith, led both […]

  • Hoosier History: On This Day, February 2

    Today is Saturday, Feb. 2, the 33rd day of 2019. There are 332 days left in the year. Today’s Hoosier Highlights in History: On Feb. 2, 1940, Frank Sinatra’s singing debut with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra takes place at the Lyric Theater in Indianapolis. On Feb. 2, 1891, boxer Ernes Cutler Price, aka Jack Dillon, is born in Frankfurt, Indiana. He would be the Light Heavyweight Champion of the World from 1914-1916. Dillon was often referred to as “Jack the […]

  • Hoosier History: On This Day, February 3

    Today is Sunday, Feb. 3, the 34th day of 2019. Today’s Hoosier Highlights in History: On Feb. 3, 1913, “the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul open a state-of-the-art hospital on Fall Creek Parkway in Indianapolis. It was the hospital’s third location in the city since 1881. St. Vincent’s Hospital improved and expanded its facilities and services to include a nursing school and residence hall in 1927, and a thirty-five-bed children’s department in 1939. The Daughters of Charity moved […]

  • Your complete guide to Super Bowl 2019

  • Download the CBS4 App on this big game Sunday for your chance to win a Colts prize package

    One lucky winner randomly selected at the conclusion of Sunday night’s big game broadcast from those who have downloaded the CBS4 Indy news app to their Apple or Android device – and then entered the giveaway using the instructions provided via the in-app Message Center – will win an Indianapolis Colts season preview prize package consisting of 2 tickets to every Colts preseason game, 2 VIP passes to Colts Camp and an autographed football from Malik Hooker. CBS4 INDY NEWS […]

  • Indianapolis native Alice Dye, ‘First Lady’ of golf architecture, dies at 91

    Alice Dye, the accomplished amateur golfer and golf course designer from Indiana known as the “First Lady” of golf architecture in the U.S., died Friday at her Florida home at the age of 91. Along with her husband Pete, also a legendary course architect, the pair designed some of the country’s most acclaimed golf courses. “The PGA is deeply saddened by the passing of Alice Dye, one of the most enduring advocates for women’s golf. She was the first woman […]

  • LIVE Blog: Road conditions after the snow

    Latest updates on road conditions around Central Indiana following our overnight snowfall. You can click here for our real-time Traffic conditions map.

  • Hoosier History: On This Day, February 1

    Today is Friday, Feb. 1, the 32nd day of 2019. Today’s Hoosier Highlights in History: On Feb. 1, 1964, Indiana Governor Mathew Welsh bans the Kingsmen’s version of the song “Louie Louie” from being played on local radio stations in the state, calling it “pornographic” and literally making a federal case out of it. The trouble with the Kingmen’s version was that it was difficult to understand the lyrics and rumors began to circulate about what the words were. Responding […]

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