Street Racing in Marion County: A Microcosm of a Dangerous National Trend
A high-speed street race turned disastrous in Marion County last week, resulting in a severe crash on State Road 200. A Ford Mustang, driven by 23-year-old Jacob Steven Michael Carmack, and a Chevrolet Corvette were involved in a reckless chase that ended in a collision with a Toyota Prius, causing serious injuries. Witnesses and public tips were crucial in identifying Carmack, who fled the scene but was later arrested and charged with multiple felonies, including reckless driving and street racing. This incident not only emphasizes the perilous outcomes of such illegal activities but also the importance of community involvement in aiding law enforcement.
Former Colts punter joins race for Indiana House seat
Former Indianapolis Colts punter Hunter Smith is running for a seat in the Indiana Statehouse. The Zionsville resident is seeking to replace State Rep. Donna Schaibley in District 24, which includes parts of Boone and Hamilton counties. Schaibley, a Republican from Carmel, is retiring from the state legislature when her term ends in 2024.
Video: Jim Harbaugh Refuses To Accept Big Ten Championship Trophy
Many were looking forward to what would likely be an awkward, potentially heated interaction between Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh and the Big Ten commissioner during the trophy presentation after the conference championship game. Unfortunately, we didn't get it. Harbaugh refused to go on stage ...
Indianapolis native shines despite 26-0 shutout in 2023 Big Ten Championship game
A record-breaking 67,842 fans were in attendance to witness the undefeated University of Michigan Wolverines (12-0) take on the University of Iowa Hawkeyes (10-2) at Lucas Oil Stadium in Downtown Indianapolis Dec. 2. The Wolverines shut down the Hawkeyes with a score 26-0, securing the 2023 Big Ten Conference Championship.
Indianapolis Colts Cheerleaders 'Own It' with Impressive NFL Show 💙🤍
Step into the world of NFL cheerleading excellence with our latest video, featuring the Indianapolis Colts Cheerleaders as they 'Own It' on the field! These talented performers bring a new level of energy and precision to their routines, perfectly capturing the spirit of the Indianapolis Colts. Their dynamic and spirited performance is a must-see for Colts fans and NFL enthusiasts, showcasing the blend of athleticism, enthusiasm, and professional artistry that defines the squad. Join us in celebrating their captivating presence and don't miss out on more sports excitement – follow FYF Sports Debates Podcast on all social media platforms: allmylinks.com/fyfsportsdebates.
Passion Brings Bill Rose Back to World of Outlaws in 2024
The Indiana native’s love of the sport and lifestyle has him ready for another season with The Greatest Show on Dirt. Bill Rose has an unshakeable passion for racing. It’s been a part of his life for so many years. And his love and commitment to the sport will lead him to the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car tour once again in 2024.
East Central senior Josh Ringer is an Indiana Mr. Football finalist
East Central senior Josh Ringer is one of 10 finalists for Indiana Mr. Football. The Indiana Football Coaches Association opened voting for its annual award Monday, announcing 10 nominees, one from each position group. Voting will be open to the state’s football coaches and only seniors are eligibie. The...
Highlights: Whiteland vs. Plainfield – Dec. 1, 2023
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — On Friday, ‘The Zone’ featured highlights from the top high school basketball games around central Indiana. Watch the highlights of Whiteland vs. Plainfield above. Plainfield 69 – Whiteland 58. The Zone. ‘The Zone,’ airs at 11:08 p.m. on WISH-TV during News 8 at...
Men’s basketball vs. Buffalo: What you need to know
Jahmyl Telfort scored 26 points in Butler’s win over Texas Tech on Nov. 30. Photo by Andrew Buckley. The men’s basketball team looks to improve to 7-2 tomorrow as they take on Buffalo in Hinkle Fieldhouse. This is the second of a five game home stretch for Butler.
Pursley & Team AZ Set to Go USAC Sprint & Silver Crown Racing in 2024
Speedway, Indiana (December 4, 2023)………Fresh off a season in which he was recently named USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship Rookie of the Year, Daison Pursley is going full-time in 2024 with Team AZ Racing. Pursley (Locust Grove, Okla.) will drive for Team AZ in two different...
Colts Fans Are Cheering Local Natural Tea Company
What started as an obsession to give her kids healthy alternatives to sugary juices and sodas has become a successful tea business and a favorite drink option at Indianapolis Colts games. After almost 20 years and many requests from friends and family to bottle her homemade tea that featured special...
Professional boxing match, Naptown Rumble, to debut in Indianapolis
INDIANAPOLIS — Let’s get ready to rumble! Indianapolis will have its professional fight night on Saturday, Dec. 9, at Arsenal Technical High School. The boxing event, Naptown Rumble, will be hosted by Hoosier and professional boxer Anthony Sims Jr. “It’s my obligation to come back to create opportunity in the city where it all started,” […]
Avon's Aniah Smith 'makes the hard things look so easy.' And she's just getting started.
PLAINFIELD — Aniah Smith has been with Avon's varsity basketball team from the time she joined the program as a freshman. OK, unofficially, there's one non-varsity contest on her resume, but coach Will Staal will be the first to admit that was the result of a coaching oversight. Smith,...
First Alert Forecast: Rainy Sunday and Notre Soccer Team's Victory
Catch the First Alert Forecast for Sunday, December 3, 2023. Get updates on the weather conditions, including the rain and fog situation. Also, hear about the Notre soccer team's victory and the release of a new book. Tune in for more details.
Big Ten Championship Boosts Local Economy and Fan Spirits in Downtown Indy
Experience the excitement of the Big Ten championship in downtown Indy! Discover how the event is boosting the local economy, the reactions of fans, and the city's bid to host the game for four more years. Enjoy the hooer hospitality and fan festivities!
‘Hounds chase down Quakers
CARMEL – The Carmel boys basketball team may be a little young this season, but the Greyhounds are still winning the old-fashioned Carmel way. The ‘Hounds grew up in their game last Saturday against Plainfield at the Eric Clark Activity Center. After trailing for most of the contest, Carmel surged ahead in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Quakers 17-6 to pick up a 44-40 victory. It was the first home game of the season for the Greyhounds.