Greg Pence: law and order a key point

Law and order is being talked about at coffee shops, and by political candidates these days That’s 6th District Representative Greg Pence, as he shared his thoughts on legislation that he thinks is needed to allow people to peacefully protest, but to protect people and property from those that take it too far.  Hear his […]

Shaq admits – he’s never voted before

Shaquille O’Neal has revealed he voted for the first time in his life. Last week he confessed to never having voted before and described filling out an absentee ballot.  “In other words, America, I voted for the first time, and it feels good.”   As an aside, he did not use his celebrity to reveal who […]

Walk to End Alzheimer’s raises nearly $38k

Nearly 130 area residents participated in this year’s Heartland Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Saturday.  Participants walked as individuals and small groups on sidewalks, tracks and trails across the Muncie and Anderson areas, raising just short of $38,000.  Woof Boom Radio’s Zach Johnson participated with a virtual walk of his own.

Free food plans from Second Harvest ECI

Second Harvest Food Bank announces the following Tailgate Food Distribution events.   Today at  10 AM at both Five Points Mall in Marion, and First Baptist Church in New Castle.  Wednesday 10 AM at Hudson Family Park in Portland, and then 1 p.m.  in North Manchester.  They  recommend having food loaded into your trunk or rear […]


WATCH HERE:  Today, Monday, October 12, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) will introduce Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Senate Judiciary Committee during her Supreme Court confirmation hearing. Senator Young met with Judge Barrett shortly after her Supreme Court nomination and spoke about her qualifications on the Senate floor. He also penned an op-ed for the Indy Star about this week’s hearing. […]