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Former Martinsville police chief sentenced for official misconduct

MARTINSVILLE — A former Indiana police chief was sentenced on Friday to probation after pleading guilty to official misconduct on Friday. Matthew Long, the former police chief in Martinsville, was sentenced to a one-year suspended jail sentence that was converted to one-year probation. Long plead guilty to official misconduct...
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Exploring the Seven Pillars Nature Preserve in Indiana

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I love to find new nature preserves that are not too far from me with awesome geological formations. The Seven Pillars Nature Preserve hosts some interesting formations along the Mississenwa river near Peru Indiana. There is actually a 1.8-mile trail in the preserve as well that I did not do on this day. It was a beautiful Autumn day and the leaves looked spectacular and the river was flowing quickly. On this trip, I am also using my new Sony a6600 camera. I also used my GoPro Hero 8, and my DJI Spark to get the awesome flyover video. This nature preserve is not very big but it is great for families. They even have portable toilets and a fire ring. This area was inhabited by the Miami Indians and this nature preserve pays tribute to them as well.

Nick Foles Uses 1 Word To Describe Playing For Frank Reich

On Monday, the Indianapolis Colts officially signed veteran quarterback Nick Foles to their roster. Speaking to the media on Wednesday, Foles made it abundantly clear that he's thrilled to be back on the same team as Frank Reich. Their first stint together was in Philadelphia. Foles told reporters that learning...

Colts Pro Bowler not participating in OTAs for 1 reason

Indianapolis Colts cornerback Kenny Moore II was selected to his first Pro Bowl last season and reportedly wants to be properly compensated for it. Joel A. Erickson of the Indianapolis Star reported Wednesday that Moore II wasn’t a participant in the team’s OTAs because he is unhappy with his current contract and feels underpaid.

Trackside live from Carb Night Classic at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway

Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee is live from the Carb Night Classic at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park. He’s joined by Andretti Autosport Indy Lights driver Christian Rasmussen to discuss how his season has gone so far. Homes For Our Troops CEO Tom Landwermeyer talks with Kevin about his company, which builds homes for veterans and is sponsoring J.R. Hildebrand’s ride in Sunday’s Indy 500.

Weather and the Indy 500

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – It’s looking like a warm, sunny day in Indianapolis this year with temperatures climbing as high as the low 80s by the end of the race in mid-late afternoon Sunday. This certainly sounds great for spectators, but according to 1969 Indy 500 winner Mario Andretti, for drivers, the track becomes […]
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Eli Lilly, Roche leaders discuss future for health innovations

Hundreds of business and government leaders from around the world have gathered in Indianapolis for the inaugural Indiana Global Economic Summit. On Friday, leaders from Eli Lilly and Roche Diagnostics discussed the future of the life sciences industry following innovations made during COVID-19.

David Malukas, Colton Herta suffer back-to-back Carb Day crashes

SPEEDWAY — After a relatively month of May, Carb Day brought back-to-back crashes at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. In the final practice before the Indianapolis 500, rookie David Malukas made contact with Santino Ferrucci heading into turn one, lost control of the car, and hit the outside wall. Malukas...

Colts owner offers blunt opinion on Matt Ryan

The Indianapolis Colts made the shocking move to trade for long-time Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan this offseason after things with former Colts quarterback Carson Wentz turned sour. Wentz had an up and down year in 2021 but ultimately did not show up when he needed to, losing a Week...

3-star OT Luke Burgess names top 3 schools

New Palestine (Ind.) three-star offensive tackle Luke Burgess has named Florida State, Louisville and North Carolina as his top three schools. “Most importantly I want to thank God, my family and mentors for supporting me along my journey. Thank you to every coach who has extended a scholarship and made my dream come true. With that said, these are the 3 schools I will be focusing on for the remainder of my recruitment,” Burgess tweeted.

IMPD: Man hit and killed crossing 38th Street

INDIANAPOLIS — Police say a driver is cooperating after hitting and killing a pedestrian at a north side intersection Tuesday evening. According to IMPD, at around 10:30 p.m. the man was trying to cross E. 38th Street near the N. Gale Street intersection when he was hit head-on by a vehicle. The man died on […]