Monthly Archives: October 2016

WikiLeaks Exposes Donna Brazile’s Contact With Clinton Campaign

NEW YORK (AP) — CNN said Monday it is “completely uncomfortable” to learn through WikiLeaks that former commentator Donna Brazile had contacted the Clinton campaign ahead of time about a… Read more »

Little Red Door does its part to raise awareness about breast cancer, help patients in need

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is marked by pink, but one organization signified by red is doing its part to help increase the survival rate of those diagnosed. In 1945, Little… Read more »

Top Senate Dem says FBI chief may have broken law on emails

  WASHINGTON (AP) — The top Senate Democrat said Sunday that FBI Director James Comey may have broken the law when he disclosed 11 days before the election that investigators… Read more »

Uber’s self-driving truck makes successful Budweiser delivery

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Anheuser-Busch announced it successfully sent a self-driving tractor-trailer from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs last week. Anheuser-Busch InBev worked with Uber Technologies to pull off the autonomous… Read more »

Ray Skillman injured in racing accident in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS – The owner of a major network of central Indiana dealerships was involved in a racing accident in Las Vegas last Thursday. Ray Skillman of Ray Skillman Auto… Read more »

Andrew Luck: ‘It’s on us’ as Colts take major step back

  INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The frustration was evident. With Andrew Luck. With Frank Gore. With Chuck Pagano. Coming off what should have been an uplifting road win against the Tennessee… Read more »

Justice Department obtains warrant allowing it to search Abedin emails

The Justice Department has obtained a warrant that will allow it to begin searching the computer that is believed to contain thousands of newly-discovered emails of top Hillary Clinton aide… Read more »

Finally… Irish get much needed win over Miami 30-27 Sports first hit at 11

SOUTH BEND, Ind. After losing close games and squandering big leads thorughout this season, Notre Dame came out with a much needed 30-27 win over Miami. “They were just happy… Read more »


  Gladys Warner Stuart, whom some called the Queen of the Funeral Home and Mortuary Industry in Indianapolis, worked at and presided over the historic Stuart Mortuary, Inc. for over… Read more »

In these states, taking a selfie with your ballot could get you arrested

Imagine it’s Election Day. You walk into your polling station. You receive your ballot. In a voting booth, you mark your selections. Then you decide that merely exercising the foundational… Read more »