John Herrick

John Herrick

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.–It is simple for the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. Beat the Jacksonville Jaguars and they make it to the playoffs for the third time in four years. On paper, that may appear easy considering the Colts are 9-7 and the Jaguars are 2-14. Recent history, however, has not been on the Colts’ side in […]

STATEWIDE–Temperatures will warm up into the weekend, but that does not mean that the chances for precipitation are over. “We will warm up just enough on Saturday to the point where it looks like the precipitation that comes in Saturday night will be rain. It’s not going to be a substantial warmup, but it does […]

STATEWIDE–Gas prices are expected to increase this week in Indiana and other states across the Midwest. That is due to a behavior called “price cycling.” Price cycling is when gas stations undercut each other on price to gain business. When retail gas prices approach the wholesale cost of gasoline, a more-dominant station will increase its […]

STATEWIDE–The entire state should expect precipitation in some form starting Monday night and lasting throughout Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. The primary impact is supposed to be south of Indianapolis. “It will be in areas that are near waterways or low-lying areas. If you’re driving on interstates, there could be some ponding. That […]

UNION CITY, Ind.–A man who had gone missing Christmas Eve was found Christmas morning in Union City, thanks to what police are calling “teamwork.” A Silver Alert was issued for Allen Jefferis, 84, of Union City after he went missing at about 10 pm on Christmas Eve. At about 9:30 am on Christmas Day, a […]

INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton has been selected by his teammates as the recipient of the 2021 Ed Block Courage Award. The award is an annual recognition for courageous play by an individual. Hilton is one of 32 National Football League players who earned the accolade.    “Thank you to my teammates for […]

STATEWIDE–Gas prices are expected to keep going down in the coming days. “The decline in gas prices will likely continue until new Covid cases slow down. Beyond Christmas, with omicron cases likely to continue climbing, I do believe we’ll see a more noticeable hit on gasoline demand once the holidays are over. The U.S. isn’t […]

STATEWIDE–Don’t expect any snow for Christmas this year. “It’s going to be pretty warm leading up to Christmas. By Christmas Eve, we’re going to have high temperatures near 60 degrees,” said Chad Swain, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis. Instead of snow, Swain believes there could be some rain. “We’ll have a chance […]

INDIANAPOLIS–The Indianapolis Colts will try to do something on Saturday night that they have not done in 12 years…beat the New England Patriots. The last time they were victorious was in 2009. The Colts won that game 35-34. Since then, the Patriots have won eight straight in the series. Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton is […]

INDIANAPOLIS–Indiana has been ranked the “least safe” state in the U.S. for COVID-19 by Wallethub. In a recent survey, Wallethub used five different metrics to measure the response to COVID-19 by all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Those five are the rate of COVID transmission, positive test results, hospitalizations, deaths, and the share […]