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INDIANAPOLIS — The overcast conditions Tuesday evening were not enough to keep the hard rockers in Indy away from the Egyptian Room as Royal Blood came to town on their “Back to the Water Below” Tour. The tour, named after the band’s fourth album, is in its final stages with only four stops left before […]

The View is the definition of a palm to the face. Sunny Hostin, co-host of The Most Obnoxious Group of Women on Television View stated that the solar eclipse was proof of climate change. Take a moment to process that before we move on, because it does get worse. Hostin and her co-hosts were discussing […]

Boiler Up! Tonight is the night Purdue takes on UConn for the NCAA final championship. As March Madness comes to an end, we had a very special guest stop by to inspire The Boilermakers with some words of encouragement: former President (A.I) Donald Trump! Wow, true words of wisdom. Thank you, A.I Trump! Tip-off for […]

It’s been a whirlwind of madness! The time has come for the remaining two viral outbursts to go for the ultimate title of our official “Meltdown Madness” champion. Over the course of the month, we have been playing some of the craziest audio clips of celebrities, coaches, and personalities having complete meltdowns. Each weekday, we […]

LOS ANGELES — You may have watched the 96th Academy Awards ceremony – hosted by comedian Jimmy Kimmel – Sunday evening, and some of this year’s winners have ties to the Hoosier state. Christopher Nolan’s film “Oppenheimer” won seven awards, including those for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Director. Continue reading […]

The best tournament of the year continues! (Okay, ONE of the best tournaments.) In case you’ve missed the fun so far, we are in round one of Hammer and Nigel’s Meltdown Madness. Each weekday we have two clips from an athlete, celebrity, musician, coach, etc. having complete meltdowns. You decide who had the biggest meltdown […]

CLEVELAND, Ohio – This year’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction nominees have been revealed, with many making the list for the first time. Each year, the Rock Hall celebrates culture and history by inducting performers who have uniquely impacted the music scene.  The museum and hall of fame is located in Cleveland, Ohio. […]

INDIANAPOLIS — By now, you are probably aware that Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay was taken to the hospital in December, following a “suspected drug overdose.” Colts Chief Operating Officer Pete Ward called 9-1-1 on December 8th and told the operator that Irsay was “bluish in color.” He also expressed his concern that the man […]

STATEWIDE — As Valentine’s Day approaches, you may be settling in to watch as many romantic comedies as possible. A recent study lists some of the most (and least!) popular rom-coms of the 2000s. The study was conducted by Hello Millions and was based on ratings collected from websites like IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes. Each […]

LOS ANGELES — Following a decades-long career during which time she won numerous accolades, British actress, musician, and all-around performer Glynis Johns has died at the impressive age of 100. Born in South Africa in 1923, Johns was perhaps best known to American audiences as Winifred Banks in the 1964 Disney adaptation of “Mary Poppins.” […]