Monthly Archives: November 2016

President Obama Covers Rolling Stone, Says ‘Michelle Will Never Run For Office’

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama has tamped down any speculation that first lady Michelle Obama may one day run for office herself. In an interview with Rolling Stone editor… Read more »

Will Sims Was Just One Of The Many Victims Of Post-Election Hate Crimes

Hate is intensifying across America three weeks after Donald Trump was elected president. And William Sims, 28, a promising and successful African-American musician from Richmond, California, was the victim of… Read more »

Police looking for suspects after robbery at South Bend hotel

South Bend, Ind. (WNDU) – Police are looking into a robbery that took place Wednesday morning at the Double Tree Hotel in downtown South Bend. The call came in around… Read more »

Road rage victim’s family speaks out after his death

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Reginald Hendricks left a message to the world as a rapper who called himself “self made.” “Y’all gonna miss me when I’m gone. That’s when they finally love… Read more »

Carrier says it has deal with Trump to keep jobs in Indiana

  WASHINGTON (AP) — Air conditioning company Carrier Corp. said Tuesday that it had reached a deal with President-elect Donald Trump to keep nearly 1,000 jobs in Indiana. Trump and… Read more »

Deceased suspect identified, 11 hospitalized after campus attack at Ohio State University

COLUMBUS, Ohio — In less than two minutes an attack on the Ohio State University campus ended with the person responsible dead and 11 people injured, school and city officials said… Read more »

People Of Color Race To Buy Guns Amid Fear Of Trump Presidency

Gun owners and gun advocacy groups have seen an uptick in participation from people of color who face serious concerns for their safety after Donald Trump‘s November 8 election, a… Read more »

New HIV Vaccine Trial To Start In South Africa

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — A new vaccine against HIV, to be tested in a trial to be launched in South Africa Wednesday, could be “the final nail in the coffin” for… Read more »

IU quarterback quitting football, says he ‘needs his brain’

  BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana University’s backup quarterback, Zander Diamont, is quitting football after his team’s bowl game, saying he “needs his brain.” He didn’t say the exact amount of concussions… Read more »

Suspects facing charges after officer-involved shooting that stemmed from family dispute

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Two people have been arrested in connection with Friday’s officer-involved shooting on the near east side. Police say they found Mark Buggs, 30, and Monterio Mack, 25,… Read more »