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Caitlin Clark, Iowa’s star player, is ready to take on Indiana after her record-breaking game. She scored 49 points, securing the NCAA women’s career scoring record. Now, she’s set to lead her team against the Hoosiers. Ranked fourth, Iowa aims to boost their standing in the conference. But facing the 12th-ranked Indiana (21-4, 12-3) won’t […] The post How many points will Iowa’s Caitlin Clark add in Bloomington tonight? appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.
After a decade-long hiatus, EA Sports’ “College Football” series is gearing up for its much-anticipated return with “College Football 25”. The scheduled summer release will end the long wait from the last release of NCAA Football 14 in 2013. That game featured then-Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson on its cover. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvGlkQKipGo&t=89s Fans have something extra to […] The post EA Sports’ “College Football” game features The Fighting Irish appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.
The statehouse did something bipartisan yesterday that most people support – an all too rare statement. The Indiana State Senate passed a bill that would bring “happy hour” back to the Hoosier state. Selling alcohol at a discount for a certain window each day has been banned here since 1985! You could do all day […]
Season 22 of American Idol debuted and turns out we have TWO Indiana connections! Both Meggie Iyer of Carmel and Kennedy Reid of New Albany got their ticket to Hollywood. We cannot wait to see what these two amazing performers do with their time in the spotlight. Check out their auditions below. Meggie Iyer from […] The post Two Hoosiers Headed To Hollywood On American Idol appeared first on Country 97.1 HANK FM.
Every year, the average American household shells out $2,869 for real-estate property taxes. You can add an extra $448 if you live in one of the 26 states with vehicle property taxes. To figure out who pays the most in their state, WalletHub just dropped its 2024 Property Taxes by State report. They’ve compared home […] The post Ranking Indiana’s property tax load appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.
New research about what makes relationships last and there’s something in here if you’re single too… by way of what you should be looking for if you hope to have a lasting relationship. New research from the University of Alberta finds soulmates aren’t real. Instead, lasting relationships are MADE not found. So, if you’re single […]
It’s a relatively easy way to connect and something we often do more at the beginning of a relationship, but it can have a profound impact on your mental health – holding hands. Hand-holding is an essential part in human bonding, with even newborn babies often instinctively reaching to grasp their mom’s fingers and palm. […]
Recently on the Sean Show, Sean talked about some of the most popular dating apps including Match and Tndr. There’s also dating apps that cater to different people and interests, like farmers or Christians. And now there’s a new one that connects people based on financial responsiblity. The dating app “Score” designed for people with […]
As the housing market experiences a seasonal shift, Lafayette-West Lafayette, Fort Wayne, and Elkhart-Goshen are stand outs. They are on the list of notable markets according to the Winter 2024 Wall Street Journal/Realtor.com Emerging Housing Markets Index. In this quarter’s list of the top 20 emerging housing markets, Lafayette-West Lafayette claims the 7th spot, boasting […] The post Notable housing markets include three cities in Indiana. appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.
Recently came across this new ranking of the best chain restaurant bread! Top 4… 4) Ruth’s Chris. Their bread is so good. It’s simple. Just a warm crusty loaf with soft butter. Very good. And then you can use it to sop up some of the steak butter left behind in your plate. And when […]