Dana Hunsinger Benbow, Indianapolis Star

Dana Hunsinger Benbow

Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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  • RGJ.com
  • USA TODAY
  • The Courier-Journal
  • North Jersey News
  • Enquirer
  • WKYC Channel 3 News
  • Naples Daily News
  • C&P Top News
  • ABC10
  • Knoxville News Sentinel
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Recent articles by Dana:

Strongest woman in the world is from Indy and she has a filthy mouth and a heart of gold

She has magenta hair and tattoos. "Filthy" is her nickname because she has a downright filthy mouth. But her trainer says she has a heart of gold. → Read More

Carmel's Radley Haddad: Rise from Brebeuf to Butler to the New York Yankees

A standout catcher who grew up in Carmel, Radley Haddad worked his way up to the New York Yankees. "I do pinch myself every once in a while." → Read More

Jason Whitlock's Twitter account has been deleted. Here's what he says happened

The FS1 host changed his birth year and poof! → Read More

Krissi Davis, a Noblesville, Notre Dame basketball standout, dies at 51

Davis, who had just celebrated her birthday last week, was a dual inductee in the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame. → Read More

Why Simon Pagenaud might be NASCAR, Brickyard 400's favorite IndyCar driver

And it's all because of a Will Ferrell movie. → Read More

Tony Dungy on Antonio Brown: 'He’ll be the big loser in the end'

The former Indianapolis Colts coach also said Brown "thinks he's the victim." → Read More

He was 30 and almost died playing cornhole at IMS; now he's back at track

Facing death, Curtis Underhill asked his wife to make sure his 2-year-old daughter "remembers who I was." → Read More

Why there won't be lights at Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the Brickyard 400

Lights were at the top of the list for the Project 100 renovation in 2013, but the price tag was too high → Read More

Take a look inside a sports book at one of first Indiana casinos to offer wagering on NFL, NCAA, NBA

Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg is set to be one of the first two sites in Indiana to offer legalized sports betting starting Sunday. → Read More

Colts owner Jim Irsay puts Zionsville mansion and property worth $4 million up for sale

Irsay is the latest in a series of prominent sports figures to put a home up for sale in the Indianapolis area. → Read More

Reliving the moment Andrew Luck retired

By 10 p.m Saturday, the mood of a city was altered. The loyalties of a fan base tested. Suddenly, their hobbling hero was their hero no more. → Read More

Capt. Andrew Luck 'respectfully declines' to reveal identity

The world may never know who has chronicled the Colts quarterback in Civil War-themed tweets since December 2015. → Read More

See the Larry Bird mural after Jules Muck removed tattoos

Street artist Jules Muck removed all of the tattoos from the Larry Bird mural she painted except "INDIANA" on the left forearm → Read More

IndyCar driver Kyle Kaiser, announcer Jake Query get speeding ticket on way home from Pocono race

Neither name dropped to the police officer. Admirable. → Read More

Albatross! Butler grad makes par 4 hole-in-one at Indy golf course

Brad Hamann was more likely to be injured by a toilet than to do what he did on the golf course. → Read More

Pacers' Jeremy Lamb has dazzling taste in living; take a peek

The newest Pacer is leaving behind his home in Charlotte. But look inside of it first. Oh my. → Read More

Cheerleader turned defensive back Hope Nelson decides not to play college football, for now

Hope Nelson, blind in her right eye, has overcome many obstacles to get where she is. A recent medical condition forced her to put off playing football. → Read More

Steve Alford's hometown has a hotel themed after him

He hasn't shot a ball in this town in more than 30 years. Yet, it's still widely accepted in New Castle that Steve Alford "walks on water." → Read More

Steve Alford hotel is quirky, bizarre homage to a high school basketball hero

He hasn't shot a ball in this town in more than 30 years. Yet, it's still widely accepted in New Castle that Steve Alford "walks on water." → Read More

Luxury seating behind home plate coming to Victory Field with free draft beer and wine

Construction on the space will begin during the offseason and be ready by Indians' opening day next year. → Read More