Dana Hunsinger Benbow, Indianapolis Star

Dana Hunsinger Benbow

Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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

Eastern Hancock basketball coach was battling cancer in abdomen and brain, then it vanished

In June, Clayton Shultz wasn't supposed to live. Now, he's back on the court. "If I'm breathing, I'm going to be fighting." → Read More

The 93-year-old Indiana Hall of Fame basketball coach....who almost wasn't

Encyclopedia sales pulled Keith Dougherty away. Then the love of the hardwood pulled him back and he led Elkhart to the 1971 state championship game. → Read More

Indy rallying to bring back 'Query & Schultz' sports radio show; it could happen

A petition on Change.org has started to bring back 'Query & Schultz.' On Thursday, iHeartMedia brought back fired sports radio hosts in Des Moines. → Read More

Indy's Query & Shultz Fox Sports radio show off the air

The duo said the cancellation of the show is part of "massive corporate layoffs." → Read More

Indiana's sports betting obsession: Gamblers wagered $436 million in 4 months

"Indiana went from nothing to...this is effectively found money," said Max Bichsel, group vice president of U.S. business for Gambling.com. → Read More

He drained 3 half-court shots at HS basketball games... then made 10 in 10 minutes

Nate Muterspaugh, 'The Half-Court King' has drained three half-court shots in the gym where he played high school ball. → Read More

How a fiery coach led a naturally integrated Indy basketball team to first state title

"We started three blacks and two whites sometimes and three whites and two blacks sometimes. So, I believed in integration and that was because of Jerry Oliver." → Read More

Former Noblesville basketball standout Tony Etchison dies in farming accident at 47

"He was about as awesome of a husband, father any one could ever know. He was a low key, unbelievably caring husband and father to three kids." → Read More

Archie Manning: Grandson Arch ahead of former Ole Miss QB Eli Manning at this stage

Arch Manning has been noticed by Ole Miss, where Eli Manning and Archie Manning played. Tennessee, Peyton Manning's alma mater, also has noticed. → Read More

They were the 'Sisters of Savings': Monica Peck opens up about her sister's death

It's been four days since Peck lost her sister to cancer. "That’s what I'm going to miss the most. We just laughed so much about life." → Read More

Archie Manning: 'Peyton would like to be back in football'

Peyton Manning's parents are bemused to once again be watching high school football on Fridays. → Read More

Courtney Cox Cole, IU and Noblesville basketball star, dies at 48

Her life after basketball included being a local celebrity as one of the "Sisters of Savings" for Hare Chevrolet doing cheesy local radio ads. → Read More

Indianapolis anesthesiologist fights to reel in massive red drum fish and wins

Vu Duong said he literally had to wear out the fish before he could get it reeled in. → Read More

'He kept it meticulously': Someone just bought Larry Bird's $2.3M Indianapolis mansion

Not one thing was out of place. And that mattered more to the buyers than the fact a Hall of Famer with three NBA rings had lived there before. → Read More

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