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  1. La Porte Slicers and Michigan City Wolves in an Awesome Football game

    10.07 / 20:39 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    The La Porte Slicers football team won in the most dramatic way possible with a walk-off touchdown to take the lead and win 58-56 against Michigan City. The game went back and forth all night in a game that the community will talk about for years. La Porte improves their record to 5-3 overall and 4-2 in the DAC. Michigan City’s record is now 5-3 and 4-2 in the DAC. Read m…
  2. La Porte County Coroner confirms the identity of two people killed Friday

    10.07 / 20:39 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    The La Porte County Coroner’s Office has confirmed with the Sheriff’s Office the identities of the two people killed in the crash on US 20 at Bootjack Road Friday night. The driver of the 2003 Honda Odyssey was Don Kaczmarek, age 47 and the passenger was his wife, Angie Kaczmarek, age 49 of Michigan City, Indiana. The driver of the 2006 Ford Mustang was Tron Gorbonosenko, age 40 of New Carlisle, Read …
  3. Trump says he called Schumer, touts prospect of ‘great’ bipartisan health care bill

    10.07 / 16:54 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    Alex Wong/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — President Trump tweeted Saturday that he called Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer about possibly doing a bipartisan health care bill in the wake of Republicans’ repeated failure to pass legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare. In a statement, Schumer confirmed that he talked to the president about health care and said he told Trump that repealing Obamacare is “off the table.” “The president wanted to make another Read…
  4. London police arrest man after car hits, injures pedestrians near museum

    10.07 / 16:18 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    iStock/Thinkstock(LONDON) — London police arrested a man Saturday after a car hit pedestrians near a museum, with some people believed to be injured. Police said the collision occurred Saturday afternoon on Exhibition Road in South Kensington near the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Natural History Museum. A number of people have been injured #Exhibition Road #South Kensington — Metropolitan Police (@metpoliceuk) October 7, 2017 A man has been detained Read…
  5. "The Walking Dead" creator teases show’s "most intense season yet"

    10.07 / 16:18 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    AMC/Gene Page(NEW YORK) — In 2010, AMC launched its wildly-popular TV adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s 2003 graphic novel series The Walking Dead, which is about to enter its eighth season.  The show’s success still takes executive producer David Alpert by surprise, especially when he sees costumers and other fans at New York Comic Con, which is currently underway in the Big Apple. “Honestly, the success of the show and the success of the…
  6. Nate upgraded to Category 1 hurricane, takes aim at US Gulf Coast

    10.07 / 07:37 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    Guido Amrein/iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Tropical Storm Nate was upgraded Friday at 11:30 p.m. ET to a Category 1 hurricane with estimated maximum winds of 75 mph, the National Hurricane Center announced. Nate’s location was about 95 miles WNW of the western tip of Cuba, and about 495 miles SSE of the mouth of the Mississippi River. It was moving at NNW at 22 mph, the National Hurricane Center said. “An Read…
  7. Tropical Storm Nate could strike New Orleans as hurricane, kills 22 in Central America

    10.07 / 03:43 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    Guido Amrein/iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — A tropical storm which killed 22 people in Central America is forecast to strengthen into a hurricane that could affect the U.S. Gulf Coast later this weekend. Hurricane watches and warnings were already in effect for coastal areas of four southeastern U.S. states, including metropolitan New Orleans, according to the National Hurricane Center. Tropical storm warnings have extended into central Alabama, Mississippi, northern Georgia —…
  8. Three executives leaving GE, company names new CFO in shakeup

    10.07 / 03:43 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    Photo by Hemant Mishra/Mint via Getty Images(NEW YORK) — General Electric announced a major shakeup of its executive staff, and named a new chief financial officer, signs that new CEO John Flannery wants to chart his own course for the company. Three vice chairs have decided to leave the company — two via retirement. According to press releases, John Rice and Beth Comstock have retired from their positions, while former Read…
  9. Paramedic searched for victims inside Vegas hotel where shooter was: ‘We went from floor to floor, room by room

    10.07 / 03:43 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    ABC News(LAS VEGAS) — When Joe DiGaetano showed up for his 24-hour shift as a paramedic coordinator at 7 a.m. Sunday morning, he was ready for anything, but expected it to just be another Sunday. After a typical weekend day of paperwork, answering calls, and making some deliveries, DiGaetano and his team were settling in for the night. “Everybody winds down around 9 o’clock. We go into the room, we Read…
  10. Former student sues fraternity after alleging hazing ritual left him with brain damage

    10.07 / 03:43 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    vladans/iStock/Thinkstock(NORMAN, Okla.) — The son of a legendary Dallas Cowboys player is now suing a University of Oklahoma fraternity, alleging that a hazing ritual left him with permanent brain damage so severe he can no longer remember his Social Security number. According to lawyer Christopher Cooke, Blake Novacek, 20, whose father is former NFL tight end Jay Novacek, was subjected to numerous hazing incidents as he pledged the Gamma Phi Read…
  11. Jeff Sessions consulted Christian right legal group on religious freedom memo

    10.07 / 03:43 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    US Department of Justice(WASHINGTON) — Attorney General Jeff Sessions consulted Alliance Defending Freedom, a legal advocacy group that champions conservative Christian causes, ahead of issuing controversial guidance to government agencies and departments on Friday about how to interpret federal religious liberty protections. Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), a group whose stated mission is to “keep the doors open for the Gospel by advocating for religious liberty, the sanctity…