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Stefan Wilson was injured on the first day of Indy 500 practice after qualifying. After it was revealed that Wilson broke a vertebra, the hunt was on for a replacement. The Dreyer Reinbold team didn’t have to look far. Instead of former drivers like Sage Karam or JR Hildebrand, DRR brought Graham Rahal back from […]

NATION WIDE — A massive computer outage hit the Federal Aviation Administration Wednesday morning, impacting thousands of flights scheduled throughout the United States. The FAA says it still working to fully restore the Notice to Air Missions system and is making some progress. The grounds order has been lifted and flights are slowly getting back […]

(Photo 12/Getty Images) A high school in San Francisco wants to remove a series of murals commemorating former President George Washington because a group concluded they are ‘traumatizing’ the students and local community. One of the murals depicts Washington as a slave owner, while another shows him advocating for westward expansion next to a dead Native American. The […]

(Scott Olson/Getty Images) Facebook announced Thursday that it had banned several high-profile people from their platform, including Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, a well known and well documented anti-Semite.  The social media giant also placed a permanent ban on InfoWars and radio host Alex Jones, Paul Nehlen, an anti-Semite who unsuccessfully ran for Congress in 2016 and […]

(Joe Robbins/Getty Images) One of the most anticipated events of the Month of May is the Rev Indy fundraiser, which happens this weekend. Rev Indy raises money for IU Health’s trauma and critical care services. IMS President Doug Boles joined WIBC host Tony Katz in-studio Thursday to talk Rev Indy and preview the 103rd running of […]

The Indy Red Line is a disaster of epic proportions… It’s also the inspiration behind one of the greatest hits of all time!  Now, available to the general public for the first time EVER, we proudly present in full, remastered stereophonic sound: Mr. Miller and the WIBC Hitmakers “It Feels Like The Red Line”

(ZAKARIA ABDELKAFI / Contributor / Getty Images) Robert Mueller’s two-year, $25 million investigation concluded that there was no collusion between President Trump and Russia; however, Russian collusion is a legitimate threat to the security and sovereignty of the United States, according to former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich.  “Collusion is very real and the Russians are […]

(Michael Burrell/Getty Images) What is with climate change activists in London gluing themselves to buildings and streets? What’s the connection? Eco warriors in London have been engaged in a bizarre protest for the last two weeks in which these climate change activists have attempted to draw attention to their cause by gluing themselves to things. […]

(Sandy Huffager/Getty Images) This weekend’s shooting at a San Diego synagogue was yet another grisly reminder of the increasing need for law-abiding citizens to protect themselves by carrying a legal and registered firearm into their places of worship and other so-called “soft targets,” according to WIBC host Tony Katz. “All places or worship are soft […]

(Alex Wroblewski / Stringer / Getty Images) Once again, Freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is advocating for open borders and “respect for the right of human mobility.” During a town hall event in New York on Saturday, Ocasio-Cortez told attendees that America’s immigration system is “completely unjust” and blamed President Trump for “creating” populations of illegal immigrants. “He is creating […]