WEATHER

Time to head outside

Stressed from election week? Take a break outside! Weather Forecaster Natasha Leland has details on warm temperatures and how much sunshine we'll be seeing.


NEWS

Professors and students discuss vote counting procedures

In previous presidential elections, Brandon Waite, associate professor of political science, could ask his classes five days after an election how many students voted, and about half would raise their hands, he said. On Oct. 29, 2020, five days before Election Day, all but one raised their hand.



Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb addresses supporters after winning his second term as governor in Indianapolis, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)
NEWS

Indiana Republicans sweep by Democrats in statewide races

Gov. Eric Holcomb and President Donald Trump both won victories in the state for Republicans, along with the state attorney general’s race where Democrats had made a major push. A central Indiana congressional seat that Democrats hoped to win after decades as a GOP bastion was undecided Tuesday night.


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WEATHER

Warm and dry football weather

Chief Weather Forecaster Nathan Gidley has an evening update on warm temperatures continuing over the next several days, as well as the Ball State Football opening game forecast.  


Demonstrators stand across the street from the federal courthouse in Houston, Monday, Nov. 2, 2020, before a hearing in federal court involving drive-thru ballots cast in Harris County. The lawsuit was brought by conservative Texas activists, who have railed against expanded voting access in Harris County, in an effort to invalidate nearly 127,000 votes in Houston because the ballots were cast at drive-thru polling centers established during the pandemic. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
NEWS

Five national stories of the week

A large voter turnout is expected across the U.S. on Election Day, a judge rejected the effort to throw out drive-thru ballots cast in Houston, hospitals hire short-term travel nurses to combat rising coronavirus cases, Kyle Rittenhouse's bail is set at $2 million and a federal judge in Chicago blocks the effort to deny green cards to immigrants who use food stamps make up this week's five national stories.



A man looks as floodwaters inundate an area as Typhoon Goni hit Daraga, Albay province, central Philippines, Sunday, Nov. 1, 2020. The super typhoon slammed into the eastern Philippines with ferocious winds early Sunday and about a million people have been evacuated in its projected path, including in the capital where the main international airport was ordered closed. (AP Photo)
NEWS

Five international stories of the week

At least 19 people were fatally shot at Kabal University in Afghanistan, Germany closes restauarnts for four weeks, a typhoon devastates the eastern Philippines, thousands of people continue to protest in Belarus and a new lockdown announed in the U.K. may have to continue after one month.









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