INDIANAPOLIS — You know all about Black Friday, but there’s another holiday event that you may not be prepared for, and it’s right around the corner. It’s Brown Friday. Brown Friday is exactly what you think it is – one of the busiest days for plumbers across the country. Thanksgiving may be fun for you […]

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ANN ARBOR, MI — The Purdue Boilermakers repeated their usual style of play on Saturday which lead the team to a 41 – 13 loss against the Michigan Wolverines in Ann Arbor. The Boilermakers would go scoreless in the first quarter as the Wolverines would rack up two touchdowns and a field goal to start […]

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IOWA CITY — The Purdue Boilermakers stepped into Kinnick Stadium on Saturday taking on Big Ten opponents in the Iowa Hawkeyes, eventually losing 20 – 14. This game was another case of a slow offensive start accompanied by turnovers leading to a Boilermaker loss. Iowa would strike first in the opening quarter off a 67-yard […]

September is Responsible Gaming Education Month STATEWIDE–The Hoosier Lottery says September is Responsible Gaming Education Month. If you like to buy lottery tickets and gamble every now and then, they are urging you keep your play positive. “Know the game, set your limit, have fun, stay within it. That’s what our games are for, simply […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ind.–Indiana University gave its men’s basketball coach Mike Woodson a $1 million per year raise on the contract he originally signed in 2021. Woodson’s new average salary of $4.2 million per year makes him one of the three highest paid men’s basketball coaches in the Big Ten. Michigan State’s Tom Izzo leads the conference […]

INDIANAPOLIS–The man who led Indiana’s economic development efforts for Gov. Eric Holcomb now hopes to succeed him as governor. Brad Chambers filed the paperwork Thursday morning to form his campaign for governor in 2024. This is the first step in the formal process of running for Governor. Chambers resigned as Indiana’s Secretary of Commerce earlier […]

INDIANAPOLIS--The starting quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts this season will be rookie Anthony Richardson. Colts Head Coach Shane Steichen made that announcement Tuesday morning after training camp practice ended. Richardson had previously rotated first-team reps during training camp with veteran quarterback Gardner Minshew. He started the Colts’ preseason opener on Saturday against the Buffalo Bills. […]

MUNCIE, Ind. — A large police investigation is currently underway in Muncie, at the time of this writing. Social media posts, along with a report from our newsgathering partners at WISH-TV, say some sort of disturbance happened at South Hackley Street and East Willard Street around 1 o’clock Sunday morning. Video on social media shows […]

HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind.–The defendant accused in the death of Indiana State Police Trooper Aaron Smith wants to move his upcoming trial. On Tuesday, attorneys for 18-year-old Eddie Jones filed a motion seeking relocation of the trial from Hendricks County or the selection of a jury from another county. They argue that the public has been […]

  INDIANAPOLIS — Former Republican candidate for Marion County Prosecutor Cyndi Carrasco will take over as head legal advisor for the University of Indianapolis. In a press release Tuesday, the university announced Carrasco will officially serve as Vice President and General Counsel. She begins work July 10th. “As a longtime Hoosier, I’m proud to join […]