Jim Irsay

The suspect in the Delphi murders of 14-year-old Liberty German and 13-year-old Abby Williams remains unidentified.  Retired Colts Punter Pat McAfee and Colts owner Jim Irsay have made monetary donations to raise the reward to $200,000. McAfee made the announcement early this morning (March 1st) via a video he posted to twitter, alongside the Indiana State Police […]

Tuesday’s Headlines with Kim Wells Click the media player below to listen to some of the latest national, local and sports-related headlines of the day, including new voices reacting to the violence in Ferguson, Missouri after the death of unarmed teenager Michael Jones; what Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard has in his billion dollar budget for […]

Here’s What’s Going on in the Headlines this unseasonably cool Tuesday in the city… IMPD is encouraging the public to become mentors as a way to reduce violent crime, here in Indy. In a post on the police department’s Facebook page, Sergeant Kendale Adams wrote, “Unfortunately, a lot of the youth don’t have mentors. They […]

Interstate-70 is back open after a fatal crash Wednesday Morning. This fatal crash happened on westbound I-70 by Indianapolis International Airport around 4 a.m. and involved two vehicles and a semi-truck. A passing semi-trailer stopped to help the first collision, but when the driver got out, he was struck and killed by another westbound truck. […]

The hits just keep on coming. After Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay’s arrest last month where he was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated along with four counts of possession of a controlled substance, a woman has now turned up dead in a house given to her by Irsay. The “Indianapolis Star” reports that Kimberly Wundrum […]

A Chicago-based sports consultant believes Minneapolis will be hosting the Super Bowl in 2019. Marc Ganis of SportsCorp told The Indianapolis Star that he believes for 2018, New Orleans will land the NFL title game. Why Minneapolis in ’19? Ganis believes the decision will be a “thank-you” by the NFL for that city building a new publicly-financed stadium for the Vikings. Regarding […]

This weekend is a big football weekend for Indy!  It might as well be our own Indy Superbowl!  The return of Peyton Manning to Indianapolis has been a little emotional to say the least!  If you are true football fan, his return is so bitter sweet! I have to say I truly miss Peyton Manning […]

Announcement regarding Manning expected today (Indianapolis)  —  ESPN is reporting this morning that sources have indicated Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning is leaving the team. A noon news conference is scheduled for today where team owner Jim Irsay is expected to speak. The Colts had to meet a March 8th deadline to pay a $28 million dollar bonus to Manning or […]

SOURCE: USA TODAY Colts fans may not know Peyton Manning’s future with the team until Friday, not Thursday, as widely reported. NFL.com reports if the Colts choose not to give Manning the $28 million roster bonus he’s due in his current contract, they don’t have to cut him until Friday, and negotiations on a new […]

Although he missed the entire last season Peyton Manning is still one of the hottest commodities in Football. Analyst, owners and players have been talking but no one has the definite answer! So let us know what do you think Peyton’s fate will be? Will he stay or go? Will Manning Stay or Go? If […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Irsay expects to meet with Manning in the next seven days, and the owner told The Indianapolis Star on Tuesday the return of the four-time MVP depends on his willingness to restructure his contract. Manning has spent the past five months recovering from his third neck surgery in less than two years, and […]

More measles cases being reported (Indianapolis)  —  Thirteen confirmed cases of measles have been reported by state health officials and concern exists that the number could go even higher. Currently the reported outbreak is linked to individuals who have had contact with the first reported case two weeks ago, with all of the cases in Boone and […]