The parties have updated the comprehensive exhibit to include the parties of the spin-off properties.
That includes Central Indiana. It said in indianapolis the WISH/WNDY duo is NOT in the top-4, but the WXIN/WTTV duo IS, thus the parties are asking the FCC to keep the latter two together.
And going back to Northwest Arkansas, Nexstar will keep KXNW with incumbent KFTA/KNWA. But it doesn't say they're turning KXNW into a "semi-satellite" station.
It must have been a major attack on TWC's systems, they didn't/couldn't use "The Lab" til Friday and I noticed they were in Studio 9 Today. On-air graphics such as radar loops, storm information, alerts, watches and warnings wouldn't work, L3's, sidebar and "Local on the 8's" graphics and information didn't/couldn't load. I'm glad they stuck it out and used a tiny studio with 1 camera and limited working mic's to keep people safe during severe storms across the south, it would have been very easy to not broadcast while they figured things out. TWC deserves a lot of credit for working thru the issues. It was obviously very coordinated as TWC was preparing for special coverage with upcoming storms. Hopefully, the FBI finds those responsible and prosecutes them to the fullest extent of the law.