A Marion man who seriously injured an elderly woman in a wheelchair last year when he struck her with his car and then drove away was sentenced yesterday in Grant County Superior Court Three. The […]
Marion Police will partner with Marion General Hospital, Marion Utilities and others this Saturday for a drug take-back program to get unwanted medications disposed of. Deputy Marion Police Chief Stephan Dorsey says the drug take […]
A familiar name is joining the staff at Marion High School, where he starred on the basketball court and in the classroom. Julius Mays was approved last night by the Marion School Board as the […]
A new law will expand the Indiana’s Silver Alert notification system to including missing children with disabilities. Governor Eric Holcomb has signed the bill into law which would include missing children who have mental, physical […]
Five universities in Indiana have signed reverse transfer agreements with Ivy Tech Community College. Ivy Tech President Sue Ellspermann says the announcement improves Ivy Tech’s goal of issuing 50-thousand certificates, certifications and degrees per year. […]
- Supreme Court signals it may uphold President Trump's travel banThe Supreme Court Wednesday indicated it agrees with parts of President Trump's travel ban after the third day of oral arguments. CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford joins CBSN to discuss the response from the court's conservatives and liberal justices, and the potential impact a ruling could have on the power of the presidency.
- Mitt Romney hits roadblock in race for SenateMitt Romney came in second place at the GOP state convention in Utah, meaning he will face a primary in June. Matt Canham, senior managing editor of The Salt Lake Tribune, joins "Red and Blue" about what this means for Romney.
- National Review editor: Treatment of politics as entertainment is harming American democracyNational Review senior editor Jonah Goldberg says the destruction of U.S. democracy began long before the Trump presidency. He joins "Red and Blue" to discuss his book, "Suicide of the West: How the Rebirth of Tribalism, Populism, Nationalism, and Identity Politics is Destroying American Democracy."
- Hillary Clinton’s ‘Fight Song’ is driving some people nutsCelebrities perform “Fight Song” for a video played at the Democratic National Convention. It’s Hillary Clinton’s fight song, but some listeners don’t have a lot of fight left in them. Before and after the Democratic nominee takes the stage at rallies, her campaign inevitably plays the 2015 pop hit “Fight Song” by Rachel Platten.
- Rock band Third Eye Blind taunts Republicans at concert during RNCThe rock band Third Eye Blind frustrated some guests at a charity concert held during the Republican National Convention on Tuesday. In tweets posted on the official Third Eye Blind account, the band indicated it was pleased the show upset some in the audience. “I have never been more disappointed,” wrote a Twitter user named […]
- Adele objects as Trump plays songPop superstar Adele on Monday lodged objections as Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump played her music on the campaign trail. Trump, an apparent fan of Adele who was spotted at her concert in November in New York, has regularly played her hit "Rolling in the Deep" at his rallies. "Adele has not given permission for […]