Monthly Archives: October 2016

Racist Message Left On Campus Whiteboard Rocks Florida Gulf Coast University

Students at Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Meyers are reeling after “Kill N******,” along with an image of a stick figure hanging from a tree, was left on a campus… Read more »

Indiana superintendents demand action on ISTEP replacement

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Indiana superintendents are blasting a state panel for its slow progress in choosing a replacement for the ISTEP student test, saying more delays will put students at… Read more »

Top six things to do in Indianapolis this weekend: October 28, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS – Although Halloween falls on a Monday this year, it hasn’t stopped the fun from happening this weekend. In fact, most Halloween events are taking place this weekend and… Read more »

More than 200 arrested, $64K seized as massive drug sweeps continue in Indianapolis in effort to cut crime

INDIANAPOLIS—Multiple law enforcement agencies continued their sweeps across the Indianapolis metro area Thursday as part of their ongoing effort to reduce crime in violent neighborhoods. CBS4 was with undercover officers… Read more »

Bloomington North bans Confederate flag after students wear it to school

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Students at Bloomington North High School are banned from wearing anything that depicts a Confederate flag on campus. with the school district implemented the ban Wednesday… Read more »

Racist Social Media Images Stir Anger At Xavier University

  Racist incidents connected to Xavier University are creating turmoil at the Cincinnati, Ohio school, The New York Daily News reports. In one incident, a White female student posted a… Read more »

Pastor And Wife Accused Of Stealing $1 Million From Congregation

Terry Wayne Millender, senior pastor of Victorious Life Church in Alexandria, Va., and his wife were indicted by a grand jury on charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and… Read more »

Turner’s opening act leads Pacers past Mavs, 130-121 in OT

by: Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS — Myles Turner scored 30 points, tied his career high with 16 rebounds and made a 3-pointer with 1:18 left in overtime to start an 8-0… Read more »

Cubs level World Series with first Fall Classic win since 1945

As of last week, it seemed next to impossible for Kyle Schwarber even to play in the World Series. Now, improbably, Schwarber, who underwent surgery for a torn ACL and… Read more »

Repairs set for Indy’s historic Ayres clock after successful fundraising campaign

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Mission accomplished. A crowdfunding effort to restore an Indianapolis landmark exceeded its goal. Earlier this month, Indiana Landmarks launched a campaign to raise $20,000 to repair the historic… Read more »