Donnie Burgess

Donnie Burgess

INDIANAPOLIS — The calendar says November, but it feels like January all across central Indiana. “Thankfully for central Indiana and areas in the central portion of the state, we aren’t looking at any accumulation, but there could be a few flurries,” says Meteorologist Andrew White with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis. Accumulation refers to […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — After nearly eight years in office and two terms, Bloomington’s longtime mayor is waving goodbye to public office. “I’m excited about Bloomington’s future and where we’re headed. But I also want to let you know, after a lot of thinking, it’s not an easy decision, I have decided to not run for […]

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service needs to be held accountable and kept transparent – so says your Senator. In a press release, Indiana Republican Senator Todd Young said the IRS received over 80-billion dollars from Senate Democrats through the Inflation Reduction Act, but there was no system in place to keep the IRS in […]

STATEWIDE — Child predators are using any means necessary to abuse children. As a parent or loved one, you have to get educated about the ways predators are trying to satisfy their sick desires. Social media applications and other online platforms have become a favorite for predators. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, Kik, Discord – these […]

DELPHI, Ind. — Richard Allen, Kegan Kline, public documents and “police sources” – Superintendent Doug Carter with Indiana State Police covered it all when discussing the 2017 Delphi murders investigation Tuesday. “This case is unlikely any that I’ve seen in an almost 40-year career,” Superintendent Carter tells WIBC’s Hammer & Nigel, “there are so many […]

WASHINGTON — The United States Department of Transportation has ordered several airline companies refund and pay fines in the tens of millions of dollars. “Early in the summer, we saw unacceptable levels of cancellations and delays,” says Pete Buttigieg, Transportation Secretary and former South Bend mayor talking to Lester Holt of NBC News, “airlines were […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Department of Public Works is ready for the next round of snow. The Indy Snow Force will have over 65 drivers hit the streets of the Circle City beginning Monday night at 11 o’clock, working 12-hour shifts all the way through Wednesday. More snow is expected to fall during that time. […]

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue murder suspect Ji Min Sha’s legal team is going for the insanity defense. Sha’s attorney’s filed the motion Monday and also requested Sha, 22, be examined in order to determine if he’s competent enough to stand trial. Sha is accused of stabbing his roommate Varun Chheda, 20, in the head […]

INDIANAPOLIS — He’s not sure how this journey will end, but he’s ready for the ride. Indianapolis Colts interim head coach Jeff Saturday talked to the press Wednesday. The Q&A was mostly focused on Saturday’s strange position as interim head coach, seeing as how he does not have any coaching experience, and how that will […]

JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. — Another round of accused child predators have been arrested in Johnson County. This is how it all went down. A months-worth of planning went into the operation conducted Tuesday, November 1st, through Thursday, November 3rd. Police officers from both the Franklin Police Department and Johnson County Sheriff’s Office went undercover on […]