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  • Colts ask fans to help them sack out hunger

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (November 29, 2015)–The Colts are teaming up with Meijer this Sunday to end hunger. It’s part of their tenth annual SACKing Hunger Food Drive. The donations benefit Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana The Colts are asking fans to bring a non-perishable food item to the game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Items can be donated at each gate outside Lucas Oil Stadium. If you are unable to attend the game, you can also donate $10 by texting “FEEDING” […]

  • Fans look forward to Colts’ return home, tighter security

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (November 29, 2015)– The Indianapolis Colts return home Sunday to Lucas Oil Stadium for the first time since early November. It’s also the first home game since the terror attacks in Paris. There are no changes to the NFL’s security policy, but the Colts say fans should expect delays in security lines when entering the game. The NFL’s policy requires clear bags or clutches no larger than 4.5″ by 6.5″. Despite the recent increases in security, fans say […]

  • Homeland security wants Hoosiers to take holiday travel precautions

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Nov. 25, 2015)–More than three million Americans will take to the skies Wednesday ahead of Thanksgiving.  That’s the highest number since the Great Recession. Now, homeland security officials are asking travelers to be more vigilant. That means not carrying any prohibited item to ensure the security lines move smoothly. Homeland security is also listening to social media chatter and working with their federal partners looking for any threats. Right now, there are no threats to the Indianapolis area […]

  • INDOT prepares for winter weather ahead of first snow

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Nov. 13, 2015)–We haven’t even had our first freezing temperatures, but already it’s time to start thinking about winter weather. On average, the first snow in Indiana falls on November 19. INDOT has already begun stockpiling 51,000 tons of salt and thousands of gallons of brine and other deicers. Last year, INDOT rolled out tow plows that can clear multiple lanes at the same time. This year, they’re adding to that fleet to save Hoosiers time and money. […]

  • Radio legend retiring after decades on Hoosier airwaves

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Nov. 6, 2015)– A local and national radio legend is stepping away from the mic. Bob Kevoian of “The Bob and Tom Show” made the announcement Thursday night when the pair was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame. For 32 years, listeners at more than 130 stations nationwide have started their days with Bob and Tom. At the end of this year, they’ll have to adjust to a show without Kevoian. The good news is, although […]

  • Hoosiers honor basketball legend Mel Daniels

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.–Hoosiers said their final goodbyes to an Indiana basketball legend on Thursday. Mel Daniels played for the Pacers for six seasons and after retiring from the court he worked as an executive for the team. The 71-year-old died unexpectedly last week. Thursday’s service gave Pacer fans an inside look at just how much the 6 feet, 9 inches, center helped shape the organization. Former coaches, teammates and players traveled thousands of miles to pay their respects to the gentle […]

  • Hoosier law firm seeking suit against fantasy sports giants

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.–An Indianapolis law firm is looking to sue fantasy football giants, Draft Kings and Fan Duel. This is the latest in a series of legal actions against the billion dollar companies. More than 20 lawsuits have been filed against the fantasy sports sites across the country since October. The suits allege everything from fraud and false advertising to illegal gambling. Attorneys at Cohen & Malad are now looking for Hoosiers that may have lost money on the sites because […]

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