IOWA CITY, IA.–The all-time leading scorer in the history of Division I women’s basketball will soon be going pro. Iowa guard Caitlin Clark announced that she will be entering the WNBA Draft. The Indiana Fever have the #1 pick in the WNBA Draft which is April 15 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New […]

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Indiana Hoosier Women’s Basketball Coach Teri Moren has been announced as the head coach of the 2024 USA Basketball Women’s U18 National Team. “I am grateful to be chosen as the head coach of the 2024 U18 National Team,” Moren said. “It is an honor and humbling experience anytime you are asked to […]

INDIANAPOLIS–A deal has been reached by lawmakers to the let the Blue Line construction project continue in Indianapolis. Senate Bill 52 would have killed the Blue Line project, but it was voted down. That bill would have banned future mass transit projects from using traffic lanes only for buses. On Thursday morning, House Speaker Todd […]

INDIANAPOLIS –Powerful thunderstorms, driven by a strong weather system moving away from the state, brought about a rapid temperature drop of almost 40 degrees at Indianapolis International Airport early Wednesday morning. However, this temperature drop is expected to be short-lived, as forecasters predict a warm-up over the coming weekend. “Fortunately, we are not going to […]

STATEWIDE–Thursday February 29 is a Leap Day, but have you ever wondered what it would be like if there were no leap years? That’s going to happen eventually. “If you wait around two or three million years, your calendar is going to be a lot simpler. You won’t have leap days anymore. That’s when the […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ind.—The Indiana Hoosier men’s basketball team went on a 6-0 run over the last 1:47 seconds to beat the Wisconsin Badgers Tuesday night at Assembly Hall 74-70. The win ended a four-game losing streak for the Hoosiers. Indiana got off to a hot start to lead by as many as 15 points in the […]

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Story by Emily Hopkins INDIANAPOLIS–Clif Marsiglio has always been a bit skeptical about gunshot detection technology coming to his neighborhood. Over the course of three months in 2022, Indianapolis tested the technology on the city’s east side. Now, more than a year after the pilot’s conclusion, many of the sensors are still in place. That […]

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Story by Andrew Chernoff INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The goal of every high school coach is not only to help players find success in their sport, but to also teach them about life. The Franklin Central boys basketball program has an assistant coach who does just that. “When I first started coaching, I didn’t think there […]

INDIANAPOLIS –AT&T said it will issue Hoosiers a $5 credit for the inconvenience caused by last week’s widespread outage. Some Hoosiers tell WIBC Radio that credit should vary depending on how much trouble the outage caused you. “It would depend on how long it was out for that individual,” said one man. “I know that […]

INDIANAPOLIS — City crews are fixing potholes on the near Southeast side using hot mix asphalt, as confirmed by Corey Ohlenkamp, the Indianapolis Department of Public Works spokesperson. Hot mix asphalt is applied at a high temperature, which enables the materials and oil to stick to the road and bond to the asphalt, resulting in […]