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  • Pacers lose heartbreaker to Thunder in Paul George’s return, 100-95

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The return of Paul George did not go how thousands of Pacers fans hoped it would, as Indiana lost Wednesday night. 100-95. George shot poorly from the field but the Pacers couldn’t keep up with the Thunder in the second half. Maybe both George and Oladipo were pressing a bit too much, looking to impress after they were traded for each other. George, playing the villain role, ended his night with a horrendous line of 3-14 from […]

  • Watch Taylor students go nuts as part of annual ‘Silent Night Game’

    UPLAND, Ind. – Friday night was Taylor University’s famous “Silent Night Game” and the Trojans pulled off a 97-84 victory. Here’s the details behind the tradition. All the fans stay very quiet until the 10th point is scored, and then chaos ensues. Students dress up in a variety of costumes rush the court and go nuts. They beat Great Lakes Christian to secure their 21st straight win on Silent Night games. The Silent Night Game was a rematch of TU’s […]

  • Pacers win 106-102 to stop Cleveland’s 13 game winning streak, Oladipo drops 33 points

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Cavs couldn’t reach a franchise record 14 straight wins Friday night at Bankers Life due to a new threat in the east…the Indiana Pacers. Victor Oladipo was in control all night, leading all scorers with 33 points. The former IU star is no doubt inching his way onto the east’s all-star team come February. He almost secured the win by hitting a deep three with 1:07 remaining to go up 103-97. Then, JR Smith drilled a […]

  • Indianapolis family brings ‘Colton Claus’ to IACS to spread Christmas cheer

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – One local family decided to give gifts to some furry friends who could use a little Christmas cheer. Ashley Markin told FOX59 her two-year-old son, Colton, wanted to dress up as Santa Claus to surprise some dogs at Indianapolis Animal Care Services on S. Harding St. They first went to the closet to put on the Santa outfit he got from his aunt, then it was on to the pet store to buy dog treats. At 6 […]

  • Indiana assisted living center honors 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 join the Navy. Thursday, the Hoosier veteran was honored with a special ceremony at Towne Park Assisted Living to showcase his heroic efforts on-board the USS Sacramento. The mayor of Brazil declared today “Tom Hill Day” in the community. Born in 1923, Hill enrolled in the U.S. reserves when he […]

  • The Best of 2017: The greatest songs of the year, 30-16

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Planning great gifts, spending time with family and eating enough food that would make Joey Chestnut proud are all fantastic traditions, but the real treat during this time of the year is ranking music. 2017 was a solid year for music, both streaming and vinyl sales are at all-time highs…which seems like a conundrum. Out of the thousands of new songs from new and old artists alike, I went through to highlight the 30 best. Let’s go! […]

  • A look back at Indiana’s Sweet 16 win against Duke in 2002

    LEXINGTON, KY. –  It was one of the best and most exciting college basketball games ever played. As Indiana looks to upset no. 1 Duke on Wednesday night, let’s take a look back 15 years ago when they shocked the world down in Lexington. Tom Coverdale, Jared Jeffries, Dane Fife, A.J. Moye and Kyle Hornsby helped upset Duke that night, 74-73. Indiana was the 5 seed at 23-11 and Duke a 1 seed, going 31-4 that season. The Hoosiers had […]

  • It’s finally time: 25 essential songs to get in the holiday spirit

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Happy Thanksgiving! While you are enjoying your turkey, you should also be pleased to know the social stigma around listening to Christmas music early has officially been lifted. Now until New Year’s Day, you should be able to listen to as much holiday music as your heart desires. To help get you in the mood, I created a playlist of the best holiday music ever to blast around the fireplace tonight. So grab some family, some eggnog […]

  • 13th anniversary of the ‘Malice in the Palace’

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – One of most infamous games in NBA history took place 13 years ago today. The “Malice in the Palace” as it was later dubbed, took place between the Pacers and the Pistons up in Auburn Hills on Nov. 19, 2004. It started when Pistons’ center Ben Wallace took offence to a hard foul and pushed Ron Artest…the rest was history. After the initial scuffle, it looked like it was going to simmer down and then Artest, Stephen […]

  • For those about to rock: 10 of the best AC/DC songs

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – 64 is way too young. Founding member Malcolm Young of the legendary rock band AC/DC died today. His brother Angus is a little bit more known, but Malcolm was a main songwriter for the band and described as the heartbeat behind AC/DC. Young started the band in 1973 at the age of 20 with Angus. He retired permanently from the band in 2014. Reports indicated at that time that Young was placed in a care facility for […]