Mike Pence: Meet The Family! Photos and More Of Trump’s Pick For VP

Are you wondering who is Gov. Mike Pence‘s family and how they feel about his vice presidential candidacy? You’ve come to the right place.

Donald Trump officially announced on Friday via social media that Pence was going to be his pick for VP. The choice was touted as a “good move” by Republican supporters.

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Pence has a long political history in Congress and he has served as Indiana’s governor since 2012. He has a large extended family, including three brothers, two sisters, and many nieces and nephews. Continue reading

Home Intruder Shot After Learning Hard Way What ‘We Don’t Dial 911’ Sign Really Means

Outside an Indianapolis home a sign hangs that simply reads, “We don’t dial 911,” any questions? One unlucky intruder had to learn the meaning the hard way..

A mother at home alone with her child heard the intruder breaking into her home through the window of the baby’s room, so she stayed true to her residence’s motto, grabbed her gun, and after being fired upon, fired back, hitting the suspect multiple times.

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The woman was not identified but the woman’s brother, Eddie Ballard, said that when the mother and intruder met in the hallway, the intruder shot first. The mother shot back, striking the intruder several times. Continue reading

Viral Photo Asks: How Many Girls Are In This Picture?

A now viral photo featuring an ‘optical illusion,’ asks a simple question, how many girls are in this photo?

Social media is debating over the exact the number of people actually in the snap. It seems no one can agree. Is it 13? Or 3? Or 2 sets of twins? Or something else entirely? See the complete image below.

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As with the infamous dress, this Instagram post has taken a life of its own becoming a viral sensation with over 17,400 likes since it was uploaded last week. We have Swiss photographer Tiziana Vergari (@tizzia) to thank for this latest head-scratching viral snap. Continue reading

IND Mother Small Child Found Dead Manhunt On For Wabash College Employee

Authorities in Zionsville, Ind., are searching for Lucius Oliver Hamilton III, a college employee who they say may be responsible for the deaths of a woman and her young child. Hamilton works as a senior major gifts officer at Wabash College in Crawfordsville,

The bodies were discovered at a residence in the upscale suburban Indianapolis neighborhood. A manhunt is now on for Hamilton. He is six feet tall and weighs approximately 190 pounds. He has gray hair and brown eyes.

Lucius Oliver Hamilton III

Boone County Sheriff Mike Nielsen says Lucius Oliver Hamilton III, a 61-year-old employee of Wabash College in Crawfordsville, is at large and considered armed and dangerous. Continue reading

Andrew Luck Finished Game Despite Lacerated Kidney

The Indianapolis Colts announced Tuesday that Andrew Luck will miss two to six weeks over suffering a lacerated kidney and a partial tear of an abdominal muscle early in the fourth quarter against the Broncos. A game he went on to win.

The team says Luck’s injuries do not require surgery. Earlier in the season, Luck suffered a shoulder injury.


“It’s way too early to guess how long Andrew will be out,” said Pagano. Continue reading

NFL Releases Statement Over #DEFLATEGATE

The NFL just released this statement regarding their investigation into the scandal surrounding the report of underinflated footballs being used in the AFC title game.

Meanwhile, a petition circulating on the internet to boycott the Super Bowl over the controversy is gaining steam.


“Our office has been conducting an investigation as to whether the footballs used in last Sunday’s AFC Championship Game complied with the specifications that are set forth in the playing rules. Continue reading

ESPN: The Patriots Used 11 Under Inflated Footballs

Chris Mortensen of ESPN is reporting, the NFL has found that 11 of the 12 footballs used by the New England Patriots in Sunday’s 45-7 AFC Championship Game were under-inflated by two pounds of air each.

The Patriots defeated the Indianapolis Colts for a trip to the Superbowl.

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Here’s what the NFL game operations manual says regarding punishment for those guilty of under-inflating footballs, courtesy of Kevin Seifert of ESPN.

“If any individual alters the footballs, or if a non-approved ball is used in the game, the person responsible and, if appropriate, the head coach or other club personnel will be subject to discipline Continue reading

Men Who BEAT VET In Violent Indiana Home Invasion CATPURED

Police just apprehended two men over a violent Arcadia home invasion that left an elderly World War II veteran injured.

The sheriff’s department said they were able to recover ALL the items taken from Hershel “Bud” Moore, the victim in the incident.

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Hamilton County Sheriff officials announced the arrests of Joseph Michael Lowe, 26, and Justin Wayne Lawson, 27, on preliminary charges of conspiracy to commit robbery, Continue reading

Jim Nabors Sings At Indy 500 For FINAL TIME

Well golly! Jim Nabors performed at the Indy 500 for last time after more than 35 years of singing Back Home Again in Indiana.

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Nabors, an actor and singer, has been employed to perform the tune for nearly three decades before the start of every race.

The first time Nabors sang Back Home Again in Indiana at the Indianapolis 500 was in 1972.

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Indianapolis Under Tornado WARNING

Indianapolis is under a tornado watch until midnight, the National Weather Service says.

UPDATE: Evansville Police radio reports rotation is visible. Powerlines are down in some counties.

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Fountain and Montgomery counties are under the same watch, as are Clay, Green, Putnam, Vermillion, Daviess, Knox, Owen, Sullivan, Vigo, Martin and Parke counties.

About 7:30 p.m., Clinton County was put under a severe thunderstorm warning until 8:15 p.m.

“The county highway (department) has closed several roads because of the floods,” said Chief Deputy Bob Kemp of the Fountain County Sheriff’s Office. He said as of Thursday afternoon no residents had been evacuated. The chief problem is water backing up in ditches and flowing over roads.

“We’re hoping people aren’t driving through it. As long as everybody remembers not to drive through the water, we’ll be fine.”

The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook through 7 p.m. Friday, warning of rain, high winds and flooding.


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