Investors who lost millions in Marcus Schrenker's financial schemes will get back pennies on the dollar.More >> Schrenker's attorneys argued that he has no money. They also argued for visitation rights with his children while Schrenker serves out his term.More >> A court-appointed receiver said sales of Schrenker's property brought in about $595,000 to pay back victims.More >> Marcus Schrenker will spend the prime of his life in jail, even with the plea bargain.More >> A big auction takes place this weekend of personal items once owned by former Geist money manager Marcus Schrenker.More >> Investors who say they were bilked of millions by an Indiana money manager who tried to fake his death in a 2009 plane crash won't get much of their money back.More >> An Indianapolis auction house is set to unload hundreds of items belonging to disgraced money manager Marcus Schrenker.More >> A trial date is set for former money manager Marcus Schrenker.More >> Schrenker could face up to 88 years in prison if convicted on all counts.More >> Marcus Schrenker's attorney told a Hamilton County judge on Thursday that he was still awaiting information related to the case.More >> The state court of appeals has affirmed a court-ordered receiver for Michelle Schrenker.More >> There is a booking war over who will be the first national journalist or talk show host to interview Marcus Schrenker.More >> Former investment advisor Marcus Schrenker is writing a book and says a movie deal could be next.More >> Marcus Schrenker has been appointed a public defender after telling an Indiana magistrate he has no home and that the government has frozen all his assets.More >> Marcus Schrenker faces 11 felony counts tied to his financial dealings in Indiana, and each carries a penalty of two to eight years in prison. More >> A federal judge Wednesday sentenced Marcus Schrenker to over four years in prison for crashing his plane while trying to fake his own death.More >> Geist financial advisor and pilot Marcus Schrenker speaks exclusively with Eyewitness News just hours after changing his plea to guilty on charges of deliberately crashing his airplane and sending a false distress call.More >> An Indiana money manager has pleaded guilty to charges of crashing an airplane in a botched attempt to fake his own death.More >> The wife of indicted Fishers money manager Marcus Schrenker will get to stay at her Geist home with her two children, at least for now.More >> A federal judge found former Geist money manager Marcus Schrenker competent to stand trial. More >> A federal judge in Pensacola has scheduled a hearing this week on whether an Indiana money manager is competent to stand trial on criminal charges stemming from a plane crash.More >> An Indiana money manager accused of trying to fake his death in a plane crash tells a Florida newspaper that he hopes to write a book about his experiences.More >> The former money manager denies he tried to fake his own death in a plane crash and says his estranged wife had no part in any misdealings.More >> Despite a public appeal before a national audience, the state of Indiana is moving forward with prosecution of Michelle Schrenker and her husband, Marcus.More >> Michelle Schrenker revealed what her husband Marcus told her from jail and why she's appealing a recent court decision that froze her assets.More >> The state won a preliminary injunction freezing the assets of Marcus and Michelle Schrenker.More >> The saga of a Geist pilot accused of bailing out of an airplane over Alabama moved back to an Indiana courtroom Friday.More >> An administrative law judge revoked the insurance license of the Indiana financial adviser accused of faking his death in a plane crash. More >> Schrenker pleaded not guilty Thursday in federal court in Pensacola to charges of deliberately crashing his airplane and making a false distress call.More >> Six people who claim an investment adviser bilked them out of hundreds of thousands of dollars will make their case during a hearing before an administrative law judge.More >> Geist businessman Marcus Schrenker will go before a Florida judge Thursday for allegations that he sent a false distress call and purposely abandoned his plane after bailing out over Alabama.More >> An Indiana financial adviser has been indicted on federal charges that he intentionally crashed his airplane in Florida to try to fake his death.More >> Regulators in at least three states were warned about Marcus Schrenker, in one case as early as 2002. Schrenker is now in a Florida jail.More >> The captured pilot accused of faking his own death in a plane crash will stay in a guarded hospital room in Florida until early next week.More >> Authorities think it could take years to sort out the financial mess that investment manager Marcus Schrenker allegedly created.More >> We're learning new details today about a Geist businessman's alleged attempt to fake his own death.More >> Federal authorities have charged an Indiana money manager with faking a distress call from the air and intentionally wrecking his plane.More >> Another former investor with Marcus Schrenker is coming forward with what's now a familiar story of lost money and broken promises and even threats of violence. More >> New: Read a statement from Marcus Schrenker's wife about her reason for filing for divorce.More >> A judge has ordered the arrest of local pilot and businessman Marcus Schrenker on financial fraud charges. New: See what Schrenker's mother is saying about his disappearance.More >>
An Indiana administrative law judge has ordered a money manager accused of trying to fake his death in a plane crash to pay $304,000 in restitution to bilked investors and $280,000 in state fines. More >> Former money manager Marcus Schrenker wrote a four-page letter of apology to Attorney General Greg Zoeller.More >> See charges filed against Marcus Schrenker alleging that he willfully radioed a false distress call and crashed his plane.More >> Read details about how police were led to Schrenker as they searched for him after his plane crash.More >> Read a press release from the Department of Justice on the charges now being brought against Marcus Schrenker.More >> A judge in Hamilton County ordered the arrest of local businessman Marcus Schrenker. These are the charges Schrenker faces.More >>
A semi carrying 45,000 pounds of butter and whipped cream crashed closing several lanes of traffic during the morning rush hour. Despite the slippery mess, it proved to be a humorous clean-up.More >> A semi carrying 45,000 pounds of butter and whipped cream crashed closing several lanes of traffic during the morning rush hour. Despite the slippery mess, it proved to be a humorous clean-up.More >> The Indiana State Fair is offering alcohol for the first time in decades, and this year you can try cheeseburger-on-a-stick.More >> The Indiana State Fair is offering alcohol for the first time in decades, and this year you can try cheeseburger-on-a-stick.
A funeral is underway now for Shannon Hall. She was a second grade teacher killed in a murder-suicide in Carmel.More >> A funeral is underway now for Shannon Hall. She was a second grade teacher killed in a murder-suicide in Carmel.More >> There's a plan to bring two Ebola patients back to the United States, including a doctor with ties to Indiana.More >> There's a plan to bring two Ebola patients back to the United States, including a doctor with ties to Indiana.More >> "Occy" the dog was just a pup when he met a duckling named "Biggie."More >> "Occy" the dog was just a pup when he met a duckling named "Biggie."More >> Authorities say a 2-year-old girl has died after she was pulled from a backyard pool at a central Indiana home.More >> Authorities say a 2-year-old girl has died after she was pulled from a backyard pool at a central Indiana home.More >> We're wondering if actor Julia Roberts was having any regrets about volunteering for a game of Face Balls with Jimmy Fallon.More >> We're wondering if actor Julia Roberts was having any regrets about volunteering for a game of Face Balls with Jimmy Fallon.More >> Indiana doctors are on alert for two specific diseases they are seeing more and more often.More >> Indiana doctors are on alert for two specific diseases they are seeing more and more often.More >> A five-year-old Brownsburg boy was excited for his first day of school Thursday.More >> A five-year-old Brownsburg boy was excited for his first day of school Thursday.More >> When the sun pops out, Kay Samson pops open her sun shade.More >> When the sun pops out, Kay Samson pops open her sun shade.More >>