Monthly Archives: October 2018

‘Bully’ of Bellaire: The Ohio Police Chief Who Just Hired Tamir Rice’s Killer

The police chief of Bellaire, Ohio, has been reprimanded for cursing out a civilian. He’s been accused of kicking in doors to enforce imaginary property codes. And he’s been the… Read more »

John Kerry Sounds Like a 2020 Candidate

Despite the chatter, John Kerry probably isn’t running for president again—though he says he wants to be part of the future of the Democratic Party, and the country, no matter… Read more »

POLITICO race ratings: The GOP House is crumbling

The Republican House majority continues to show signs of collapsing, with Democrats steadily gaining ground toward erasing the 23-seat margin and ending eight years of GOP control. A total of… Read more »

Indiana bride takes wedding photos alone to honor firefighter fiancé killed by drunk driver

DAVIESS COUNTY, Ind. – September 29, 2018 was going to be the happiest day of Jessica Padgett’s life. She was supposed to marry her fiancé Kendall Murphy. But her hopes… Read more »

With ‘better things to do,’ Peyton Manning ‘congratulates’ Drew Brees for breaking NFL passing record

Former Purdue University standout Drew Brees is now the NFL’s all-time passing yards leader—and the former record holder is having a tough time dealing with it—all in good humor, of… Read more »

Postal service employees rally in opposition to privatization proposal

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – There was no mail delivery Monday in observance of Columbus Day, but that doesn’t mean postal workers were idle. They gathered across the country, including outside Congresswoman… Read more »

Community Hospital East offers free flu shots through Friday

INDIANAPOLIS — An Indianapolis hospital is offering free flu shots to Hoosiers this week as health officials say the flu season is already underway. Community Health Network is offering the… Read more »

Investigation into IMPD July racial profiling incident to continue

INDIANAPOLIS — The internal investigation into what happened when a man said he was racially profiled at his own apartment complex in July will continue, the Citizens Complaint Board recommended… Read more »