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The work begins for students across the country who face the daunting decision of where to go to college. The options seem endless. Big university or small private school? Close to home or far away? Urban life or a tiny town? The choices can be overwhelming, especially for those set on city living. To help […] The post This Indiana town ranked as one of the best big cities for college appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.

If you can get a ticket, the cheapest place to watch Caitlin Clark play is at Gainbridge Fieldhouse. Basketball fans are shelling out almost twice as much to catch Caitlin Clark and the Indiana Fever on the road compared to home games, according to ticketing technology company Logitix. As Clark makes her WNBA debut tonight […] The post What fans are paying to see Caitlin Clark play this season appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.

When choosing a city to visit or live in, people consider various factors like cost, transportation, architecture, culture, and history. But above all, many wonder, “Is it any fun?” To figure out where to cut loose, WalletHub compared 182 cities across entertainment, nightlife, and cost, using 65 key metrics like fitness centers per capita and […] The post Indianapolis makes the list for most fun cities in America appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.

The College Graduating Class of 2024: From 9/11 to the 2024 Presidential Election The college graduating class of 2024 has faced one of the most challenging and unconventional college experiences in modern history, marked by a series of disruptive events that have shaped their lives. However, this dissimilar route didn’t begin in college, it’s been […] The post The College Graduating Class of 2024: From 9/11 to the 2024 Presidential Election appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.

Feeling lucky? Indiana shines as the undisputed leader in Powerball lottery wins. Indiana leads the pack when it comes to picking lucky numbers. Since 1992, Indiana has snagged the most wins, with a whopping 1,271 victories. Missouri and Pennsylvania trail behind in second and third place, respectively. Mississippi, on the other hand, has had the […] The post The states with the most Powerball lottery wins – Indiana placed top appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.

Taylor Swift’s latest album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” is breaking records left and right. Taylor Swift has shattered multiple records, including the first album to reach over 300 million streams in a day and 1 billion Spotify streams in less than a week. But beyond the streaming triumphs lies a notable shift – it’s her […] The post Taylor Swift has a lyrical potty mouth with a 5,600% surge in profanity. appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.

33 engines will roar to life on Sunday, May 26 for the 108th running of the Indy 500. You’ll see the greatest spectacle in racing but what you won’t see…politics. Despite its proximity to the 2024 presidential election, there’ll be no political ads on the cars. One team wanted to feature Donald Trump and Robert […] The post IndyCar says no to politics. appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.

A recent study pinpoints the states with the poorest mental health and support available. Indiana has the lowest percentage in the nation of adults with a mental health illness who reported that their needs have been met, at just 61.2%. Ranking eighth on the list of states with the poorest mental health, scoring 65.5/100 is […] The post Study reveals Indiana ranks eighth for the poorest mental health appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.

Ramp metering and variable speed limits are being introduced on portions of I-465 soon. Indianapolis is gearing up for a new traffic management system that is designed to ease congestion. Starting in early May, drivers merging onto I-465 will encounter ramp metering technology at these key locations: Emerson Ave. Southeastern Ave. Shadeland Ave. Brookville Rd./US […] The post Indianapolis to Launch Ramp Metering on I-465 appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.

America’s Amish community, known for its rejection of modern technology, has seen a remarkable growth, doubling in size since 2000 and poised to reach one million members by the end of this century. This expansion extends far beyond their traditional heartlands in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Indiana. New settlements are sprouting in states like Colorado, Nebraska, […] The post Indiana’s Amish spreading beyond the Hoosier State appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.