Monthly Archives: November 2017

Teague leads Ball State to win over D-II Oakland City

MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) – Tahjai Teague scored 16 points on seven of nine shooting, led five players into double figures and Ball State opened a lengthy home stand by controlling… Read more »

Indy Councilor Jeff Miller attends community meeting amid child molestation charges

INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis City-County Councilor Jeff Miller, who was charged with child molestation, actively participated in a community meeting Tuesday night. Miller, who has not resigned from his position despite… Read more »

Donnie Wahlberg leaves massive tip for staff at Indianapolis Waffle House

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – There must be something about Indianapolis Waffle Houses. First, Bruno Mars celebrated the release of a music video at one in August. And on Saturday, actor and singer Donnie… Read more »

NBC News announces firing of ‘Today’ host Matt Lauer, cites ‘inappropriate sexual behavior in workplace’

NEW YORK – NBC News announced the firing of Today host Matt Lauer Wednesday. Lauer was terminated for “inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace,” according to the network.

Video from victims’ home captures double homicide; 2 charged with murders

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Surveillance video of a double homicide helped police and prosecutors Wednesday formally file murder charges against two men after a shooting in a neighborhood southeast of downtown… Read more »

Woman caught on camera stealing package from mailbox in Irvington

INDIANAPOLIS – A woman was seen stealing a package from a mailbox in Irvington Monday afternoon. The homeowner, Molly Zentz, said just before 1 p.m. at her home on Washington… Read more »

New Women’s Center at Community Hospital North aims to help with early detection and more

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Sometimes we’re so busy taking care of others, we forget about making time for our own health. That was the concept behind creating a Women’s Center at Community… Read more »

IU Health RN no longer an employee after investigation into controversial tweet

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – An IU Health nurse is no longer an employee after an investigation was launched Saturday into a controversial Tweet. IU Health said Taiyesha Baker faced an internal… Read more »

Part of Lucas Oil Stadium’s roof remains open following Sunday’s game

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It surprised many fans Sunday when the Indianapolis Colts announced that the roof and window would be open for the Colts’ game against the Titans. But as… Read more »

‘I Should Have Left Them In Jail,’ Trump Fires Back At LaVar Ball

The tension between President Donald Trump and LaVar Ball, the father of one of the UCLA basketball players release from China after getting arrested for shoplifting, increased with the president’s tweet on Sunday…. Read more »