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INDIANAPOLIS–An arrest has been made in a murder case that dates back to January of this year.  IMPD says they have arrested Jerrick Whitley, 32, and charged him with murder, robbery, and dealing narcotics. Police believe he was involved in the shooting deaths of Deron Gray (24) and James Ratcliffe (50).  They also think he […]

LAS VEGAS –The 2018 World Series of Poker champion is an Indianapolis resident and an Indiana University alum. John Cynn won the no-limit Texas Hold ’em main event Sunday at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.  Cynn takes home $8.8 million in grand prize money and a gold bracelet. He beat Tony Miles […]

FRANKLIN, Ind.–An ultralight helicopter crashed near the runway at Franklin Flying Field, about 5:45 Sunday evening, said Johnson County Sheriff Doug Cox. Cox said the pilot was the only one on board the Bell 47 when it went down. He was taken to Johnson Memorial Hospital, and was conscious and alert. Cox did not name […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A 33-year-old has woman surrendered herself in connection to the shooting death of an Indianapolis teen.  Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department homicide detectives say Shantell Taylor, 33, turned herself in Saturday, in connection with the shooting death of 13-year-old Harry Taliefer.  Police were originally called to the 2200 block of Barnor Drive around 11 p.m. Thursday for […]

FT. WAYNE, Ind.–An Indiana cold case has been solved with the arrest and confession of the man police believe raped and murdered April Marie Tinsley, 30 years ago in Ft. Wayne. The arrest Radio station WOWO Ft. Wayne reports John D. Miller 59, has been charged with murder, confinement and child molesting. He was picked […]

FT. WAYNE, Ind.–An Indiana cold case has been solved with the arrest and confession of the man police believe raped and murdered April Marie Tinsley, 30 years ago in Ft. Wayne. Radio station WOWO Ft. Wayne reports John D. Miller 59, has been charged with murder, confinement and child molesting. He was picked up in […]

Photo Credit: WIBC Pat’s under the weather, but that doesn’t stop us from answering your questions. We have a lady taking better care of her tomatoes than Denny is taking care of Pat, Japanese beetles, grill talk, many mentions of “National Skinny Dipping Day,” and did we mention Pat doesn’t feel good?   Check out […]

The state Election Board this week will hear a challenge to Secretary of State Connie Lawson’s eligibility to be on the ballot. Libertarian Andrew Horning has filed the challenge, arguing that Lawson is maxed out on her terms since she was first appointed in 2012 and ran for election in 2014. Horning says the Constitution limits […]

STATEHOUSE–Three Democrat state lawmakers say they will call for the state Speaker of the House to look into Atty. Gen. Curtis Hill’s possible impeachment Monday. State Reps. Ed DeLaney (D-Indianapolis), Ryan Dvorak (D-South Bend), and Matt Pierce (D-Bloomington) will be asking Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) to launch an investigation into possible impeachment over […]

Allow me to say something that probably won’t be very popular in some of Indiana’s political circles. Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill should not step down, at least for now. As you are likely aware, especially the closer you are to the I-465 bubble, Hill has been accused of inappropriate sexual behavior toward at least […]