Monthly Archives: December 2017

Pence’s older brother retiring as Cummins executive

  COLUMBUS, Ind. — One of Vice President Mike Pence’s older brothers is retiring as an executive with southern Indiana-based engine maker Cummins Inc. Sixty-year-old Ed Pence is the vice… Read more »

Indiana State Police opens recruitment window, 2500 expected to apply

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – 2500 men and women are expected to apply between now and end of February to be part of the next Indiana State Police Recruit class. Roughly 65… Read more »

Oladipo scores career-high 47 as Pacers beat Nuggets in OT

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Victor Oladipo had a career-high 47 points and added seven rebounds and six assists to lead the Indiana Pacers to a 126-116 overtime win over the Denver… Read more »

Sex offender wanted for Kokomo rape dead following police standoff in Louisiana

ACADIA PARISH, La. – Kokomo Police confirmed that the suspect accused of raping and confining a woman last week has died following a standoff in Louisiana. Gary Perkins, of Kokomo,… Read more »

Indiana community gives key to city to Pearl Harbor survivor from Indianapolis

BRAZIL, Ind. – An Indiana assisted living center honored a hero from Indianapolis on Pearl Harbor Day. 94-year-old Tom Hill was just 16 when he fibbed about his age to… Read more »

Man charged with beating, molesting baby

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) A Fort Wayne man was charged this week with beating and molesting his girlfriend’s 1-year-old baby. Trumarkus C. Alexander, 27, of 3031 Broadway was charged this… Read more »

US House Rep. Trent Franks resigns amid ethics investigation

WASHINGTON — Republican Rep. Trent Franks of Arizona says he is resigning Jan. 31 amid a House Ethics Committee investigation of possible sexual harassment. Franks says in a statement that… Read more »

Plainfield police captain reinstated after comment at training session

PLAINFIELD, Ind. – Plainfield’s Board of Police Commissioners have decided to return Capt. Cari Weber to her duties after making comments at a training session. Capt. Carri Weber was placed… Read more »


For the third straight game, the IUPUI men’s basketball dropped a high scoring affair to their opponent. The Jaguars couldn’t contain a hot shooting SIU Edwardsville (2-6) team and lost… Read more »

New graduation requirements for Indiana high school students will begin with class of 2023

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Starting with the class of 2023, Indiana high school students will face new requirements to graduate. Wednesday, the Indiana State Board of Education voted 7-4 to approve… Read more »