BLOOMINGTON — Former Indiana Hoosiers coach Bob Knight was released from a hospital in Bloomington, Indiana, and returned home after being admitted with an illness over the weekend, his son said Monday. “On behalf of the Knight Family, we thank you for your thoughts and prayers. As many have heard, my dad was hospitalized over […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana University (IU) is marking a major milestone in its push to ensure its student body encompasses many different backgrounds and cultures. IU says it set a record for the number of domestic students of color enrolled this year across all campuses, almost 25,000 students. WRTV spoke with three IU Bloomington students — […]

INDIANAPOLIS — An Indiana University social policy think-tank says a new state law that sets limits on The Bail Project will disproportionately impact minority groups and low-income people. “The cash bail system disproportionately impacts the lives of Black and Latinx individuals with lasting consequences,” IU’s Center for Research on Inclusion and Social Policy said in a new […]

BLOOMINGTON — It could be the end of an era for IU men’s basketball, but there’s also still the chance that the Hoosiers could have their best player back in uniform next season. Trayce Jackson-Davis announced on Instagram Saturday that he is declaring for the 2022 NBA draft while also maintaining his eligibility. That means he […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Nineteen Republican lawmakers are urging Gov. Eric Holcomb to block Indiana University from requiring students, staff and faculty to get a COVID-19 vaccine before classes resume this fall. “We urge you to use your authority to prohibit state universities from mandating vaccines that do not have full FDA approval,” the House members said […]

@kwellscomm @1067WTLC Local & National News and Sports —  Good day to you on this rainy Fat Tuesday!!! The man who admits to raping and killing a western Indiana toddler is heading to prison for 60 years. A judge sentenced Kyle Parker on Monday to six decades behind bars for last year’s killing of 15-month-old Shaylyn Ammerman. […]

@kwellscomm News & Sports Good Day to you on this Thursday that the Indiana State Fair continues at the Indiana Fairgrounds. See what’s on-tap today, grab your umbrella and plan to enjoy. Daniel Messel will likely spend the rest of his life in prison. It took a jury just five hours Wednesday to convict […]

@KwellsComm News & Sports Headlines The Cleveland Cavaliers are the 2016 NBA champions. The Cavs beat the Golden State Warriors Sunday night on the road, 93-to-89, to win Game Seven and claiming the team’s first-ever NBA title—also the first team ever to win a  series coming from behind with a three-game deficit. The city […]

As we’re readying for tonight’s NCAA Tournament with two of Indiana’s schools—Indiana University and Notre Dame—prepping for their individual Sweet 16 battles, we’re also turning our attention from the college game to the activism side of the pro game. The NBA is giving signals that sound like the league might move next year’s All-Star Game […]

  Congrats to IU, Notre Dame, Purdue and Butler! These Indiana colleges received their March Madness Bracket Placements. IU got the #5 seed in the East, Notre Dame got the #6 seed in the East, Purdue got the #5 seed in the Midwest and Butler got the #9 seed in the Midwest. See the full […]

Hoosier fans are geared up for some basketball action as the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament continues today. Tenth-seeded Indiana University is in action this afternoon against Wichita State at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha. (Tip is at 2:45 p.m. Eastern on CBS-4.) A couple hours later, the fifth Indiana school that made it into the tourney, 13th-seeded Valparaiso takes on Maryland in Columbus, Ohio at Nationwide Arena. […]