Monthly Archives: October 2017

Saying Goodbye To The King

Union Baptist Church was over crowded on Monday Oct. 30, 2017 with approx. 800-1000 mourners saying goodbye to Mark “King T” Grimes. Mark lost his battle with T-Cell Lymphoma a… Read more »

Fort Wayne contestant wins knockout round on NBC’s The Voice

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA) – Fort Wayne’s Addison Agen has won her knockout round on NBC’s The Voice. On Monday night, the 16-year-old student at Concordia Lutheran High School was… Read more »

Two hurt, three suspects on the loose after Anderson home invasion

ANDERSON, Ind. —Police are looking for three people who broke into an Anderson home Monday morning. Anderson investigators say three men were armed and hurt the two people in the… Read more »

Oladipo’s late 3 gives Pacers 97-94 win over San Antonio

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Victor Oladipo’s step-back 3-pointer with 10.3 seconds left Sunday completed a late Indiana comeback that gave the Pacers a rare 97-94 victory over San Antonio Spurs. The… Read more »

Bob Knight, Gene Keady reminisce about coaching days

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Nearly two decades removed from his days at Indiana, Bob Knight was surprised by the warm greeting he got at rival Purdue. With Knight having had… Read more »

Colts lose third in a row after 24-23 loss in Cincinnati

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Colts blew yet another second half lead, falling to the Bengals 24-23 for their third straight loss. Carlos Dunlap returned a Jacoby Brissett interception 16-yards for… Read more »

Former Gov. Mitch Daniels makes $769K as Purdue President

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University President Mitch Daniels’ salary recently topped $769,000 a year. The Lafayette Journal & Courier reports a portion of the former Indiana governor’s pay was based on… Read more »

Football helps South Butler-Tarkington neighborhood celebrate two years without a murder

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It’s been two years since someone has been murdered in the South Butler-Tarkington community on Indianapolis’ north side. It’s a dubious anniversary, one that other areas may… Read more »

IMPD: Police seek second person of interest in July triple murder case

INDIANAPOLIS—Metro Police say they have identified a second person of interest in connection with a July triple murder case. Detectives say they would like to speak with 18-year-old Devante Gilbert… Read more »

Deputy injured when suspected drunken driver crashes into MCSO van

INDIANAPOLIS — A Marion County sheriff’s deputy was injured early Wednesday morning when a suspected drunken driver crashed into the back of an inmate transport van. The crash happened around… Read more »