John Herrick

John Herrick

ANGOLA, Ind.–Four-time Super Bowl Champion Quarterback Terry Bradshaw will speak at Trine University’s commencement on May 6. Bradshaw was a quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers and has been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He is currently a commentator on “FOX NFL Sunday.” “For generations, Terry Bradshaw has represented the best of professional […]

KEENE, NH.–Former Vice President and Indiana Governor Mike Pence is urging the U.S. Government to continue supporting Ukraine in its current conflict with Russia. Pence spoke at a Republican fundraising dinner in New Hampshire Thursday night. “Republicans need to speak clearly that we understand that American is the arsenal of democracy… we must continue to […]

STATEWIDE–The National Weather Service says temperatures are dropping all across Indiana. Nearly the entire state will have high temperatures only in the 30s Saturday and Sunday, but it is a different story for next week. “It’s basically a statewide cool down. We have lows in the upper teens to low 20s everywhere tonight (Friday) and […]

STATEWIDE–Rain and high wind gusts will move through Indiana at times Thursday and linger into Friday. “What we can expect is showers to increase in coverage starting this afternoon and last into the evening. Some of these winds will be strong. Wind gusts could ramp up to about 35 mph,” said Joe Nield, meteorologist with […]

INDIANAPOLIS–March is Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month. More than 60,000 people in Indiana are living with a bleeding disorder and the majority of them don’t even know it. A bleeding disorder is defined as a condition in which the blood does not clot properly. That covers things like hemophilia and von Willebrand Disease. “Von Willebrand Disease […]

INDIANAPOLIS–The Executive Director and CEO for Edison School of the Arts in Indianapolis is out of a job. The board voted to remove Executive Director Nathan Tuttle because Tuttle had been accused of repeating a racial slur while disciplining a student for saying the same word. “Under Tuttle’s leadership, a significant divide has developed amongst […]

STATEWIDE–The National Weather Service says this week is Severe Weather Preparedness Week. A statewide tornado drill was conducted Tuesday morning. “We’ve had a couple of tornadoes in the eastern part of central Indiana. So now is the time to be reviewing your safety plans both at your home or at your business and take a […]

  LOS ANGELES–An actor from Indianapolis was among the winners at the 95th Academy Awards in Los Angeles Sunday night. Brendan Fraser took home the award for the Best Actor award for his performance in “The Whale.” Fraser was born in Indianapolis, but his family moved away from Indy when Fraser was an infant. At […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ind.–The Indiana University women’s basketball team secured a No. 1 seed for the upcoming NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament. That is the first time that’s ever happened in the history of the program. “This is thrilling and we’re very humbled by the opportunity that is ahead of us,” said IU women’s basketball coach Teri Moren […]