STATEWIDE–A total solar eclipse is set to happen in Indiana on April 8, 2024. Astrophysicists say it will be the first since the Great American Eclipse in 2017 and the last until August 2044. It’s also expected to bring a lot of tourism to the state. “There is a thin band from southwest to northeast […]


The feeling of Beatlemania was alive last night at the Murat Theatre in Indianapolis. Ringo Starr brought along his All-Starr Band for a stop on their 2023 tour and the excitement in the air was present upon arrival. All three entrances to the theatre wound around the building. The one on my side near the […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Italian singer Andrea Bocelli will be performing in Indianapolis next year. The tenor will once again perform with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra at Gainbridge Fieldhouse on April 13th, 2024.  He last joined the Hoosier orchestra in December of 2022. Known for singing arias, Bocelli has also recorded songs with celebrities like Celine Dion, […]

Local News

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts and Republic Services to offer residents and businesses an opportunity to recycle unwanted electronic items for free. Stadium staff will be on hand at Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 7th in the South parking lot at 500 S. Capitol Ave. The event runs from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. […]

GREENWOOD, Ind.–A 16-court pickleball facility is coming to Freedom Park in Greenwood. Greenwood Mayor Mark Myers says this would make it the largest pickleball complex in Johnson County. “Over the course of the next year, we are expanding our outdoor facility offerings with this complex and the Greenwood Sports Park coming to fruition. Both facilities […]

WIBC Featured

INDIANAPOLIS — Last Friday saw Queens Of The Stone Age drop by the TCU Ampitheater along with two opening acts in Jenny Beth and The Viagra Boys. Beginning with the opening acts, both Jenny Beth and The Viagra Boys bring their own distinct twists on the rock and roll genre. With her song “I’m The […]

INDIANAPOLIS — It is nearly time to celebrate Halloween on the wild side, as ZooBoo kicks off Wednesday at the Indianapolis Zoo. The annual Fall event allows Hoosiers of all ages to enjoy the October holiday, while still getting to learn more about the animals that call the zoo home.  Cody Mattox, Public Relations Specialist […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The family of former State Senator Jack Sandlin is inviting you to attend his memorial services next week. The former representative recently died at the age of 72.  In honor of his life, a visitation and memorial service will be held at the Indiana Statehouse next Friday. The visitation and subsequent memorial service […]

United Auto Workers Expand Strike, But Says Progress is Being Made with Ford DETROIT, MI.–The United Auto Workers Union is expanding its strike against Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis. Strikes are now planned for 38 General Motors and Stellantis plants in 20 states. Fort Wayne’s GM Assembly plant is not one of the facilities included […]

INDIANAPOLIS — While Christmas may still seem far away, coordinators are already selling tickets for the Christmas Gift + Hobby Show at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. This year marks the 74th running of the event, at which you can purchase items from more than 300 vendors.  There will also be live performances, “Merry Money” drawings, […]