Monthly Archives: April 2017

Potter’s House Preacher Resigns After Alleged Affair With Married Goddaughter

If you thought megachurch drama was limited to TV shows like Greenleaf, well, you’d be wrong. A new scandal has rocked the church world this week and its one closely connected… Read more »

Victim’s family buy plane tickets for condemned inmate’s daughter

VARNER, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas won approval from the nation’s highest court to execute its fourth inmate in eight days Thursday night, allowing the state to wrap up an accelerated… Read more »

Two convicted in $2M Hoosier Lottery fraud

INDIANAPOLIS — A Marion County jury convicted two family members this week of defrauding the Hoosier Lottery of $2 million. The defendants, Jackie Parsley II and Ashlee (Campbell) Parsley, were… Read more »

Cost of convenience: Are smart devices in your home taking away from your privacy?

INDIANAPOLIS – Lauren Radziminski’s newest family addition didn’t come wrapped in blankets. Instead, Alexa came packaged in a box. “I honestly cannot imagine not having one now,” Radziminski said, the… Read more »

Colts land Colts fan, difference maker in Ohio State safety Malik Hooker

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Indianapolis Colts got their man, and the man got his team. Malik Hooker, a Colts fan for half his life despite growing up in smack dab… Read more »

US admiral says N. Korea crisis is at worst point he’s seen

WASHINGTON (AP) — The senior U.S. Navy officer overseeing military operations in the Pacific said Thursday that the crisis with North Korea is at the worst point he’s ever seen,… Read more »

Indianapolis Motor Speedway to ban smoking in grandstands

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – The Indianapolis Motor Speedway says it will ban smoking in all its grandstands starting this fall. Track officials say the smoking ban will start with October’s Red… Read more »

Holcomb signs law for expanded preschool, needle exchange programs

Indiana governor Eric Holcomb has signed into law measures expanding the state’s preschool pilot, and allowing local governments to establish their own needle exchange programs. The preschool pilot will expand… Read more »

Police investigating suspicious death of University of Southern Indiana nursing student

WARRICK COUNTY (WTHR) – Police in Warrick County are investigating the suspicious death of a 20-year-old University of Southern Indiana nursing student. Police have identified the woman as Halee Rathgeber… Read more »

Scripps 2017 NFL Mock Draft

The 2017 NFL Draft begins on Thursday night in Philadelphia, and for a second straight year, sportscasters from The E.W. Scripps Company are teaming up to give you some insight… Read more »