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 >> The wife of the former Geist money manager who pleaded guilty to securities fraud said on a cable television show she knows she must forgive him one day.More >> Hours after pleading guilty to five felony charges, Marcus Schrenker spoke exclusively with Eyewitness News in a 20 minute interview.More >> Former Geist money Manager Marcus Schrenker pleaded guilty to financial fraud charges Wednesday.More >> Former Geist money manager Marcus Schrenker is reacting to his wife's appearance on an upcoming episode of the television show "Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry?"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 >> With the Florida chase for money manager Marcus Schrenker over, now investigators are "following the money."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 >>
Mild weather will be with us today as highs top out around 60 degrees. The forecast flips to winter by Thursday night as we start tracking rain/sleet/ice and snow. First… today. Enjoy the mild temps!More >> A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for southern Indiana beginning Thursday night through Friday night. The Indianapolis metro area is now under a Winter Weather Advisory for the same period.More >> SWAT officers are on the scene of a disturbance on the northwest side of Indianapolis. Few details of the situation have been confirmed, but dispatchers say a call came in about a domestic disturbanceMore >> A SWAT situation has ended on the northwest side of Indianapolis.More >> At least two victims are trapped in a vehicle that was involved in a crash in Greenfield late Wednesday. The crash happened around 11 p.m. on SR 9 at Chapman Drive on the south side of Greenfield. A policeMore >> Three men were injured in a crash on the south side of Greenfield late Wednesday. Police say marijuana could be a contributing factor.More >> Strong reaction to a controversial billboard in an Indiana University dorm could lead to possible changes on the Bloomington campus.School administrators ordered it taken down Monday night because it containedMore >> Strong reaction to a controversial billboard in an Indiana University dorm could lead to possible changes on the Bloomington campus.More >> The Hamilton County Sheriff's Department is asking for the public's help in locating a missing Sheridan woman. The missing person, Nancy Zettersberg, a white female, is 35 years old. She has brown hair,More >> The Hamilton County Sheriff's Department say a missing Sheridan woman has been found safe.More >> The holiday season changed overnight for an east Indianapolis family after someone robbed them of one of their traditions. Jason Bledsoe noticed it this morning, one of the biggest outward signs of hisMore >> The holiday season changed overnight for an east Indianapolis family after someone robbed them of one of their traditions.More >> Two people were hurt in a crash on the far west side of Indianapolis Wednesday night. Police at the scene of the crash say a westbound pick-up truck veered into oncoming traffic and collided with an oncomingMore >> Two people were hurt in a crash on the far west side of Indianapolis Wednesday night.More >> Indianapolis Metro Police are investigating a shooting that left one person dead Wednesday afternoon. Police were called to the 900 block of Wyckford Drive just before 4:00 pm. That's near 10th and GirlsMore >> Several west side schools were placed on lockdown for around 40 minutes as Indianapolis Metro Police investigated a shooting that left one person dead Wednesday afternoon.More >> Paul George scored 19 points and the Indiana Pacers returned to their defensive ways in beating the Utah Jazz 95-86 on Wednesday. Lance Stephenson scored 15 points, Luis Scola had 14 and Roy HibbertMore >> Paul George scored 19 points and the Indiana Pacers returned to their defensive ways in beating the Utah Jazz 95-86 on Wednesday.
Democratic schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz and other members of the Indiana State Board of Education are meeting with a mediator called in to help with the state's ongoing education battles. The groupMore >> Democratic Schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz says an internal document obtained by her office shows Republican Gov. Mike Pence's new education agency is trying to strip her of power.More >>