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Man beaten, mugged on Syracuse walk

The victim had been walking with a woman when two men approached them from behind and began hitting him, knocking him to the ground.

In this July 19, 2015, frame from body camera video provided by the University of Cincinnati Campus Police, university Officer Ray Tensing stands next to motorist Samuel DuBose during a traffic stop for a missing front license plate in Cincinnati. DuBose was fatally shot by the officer after a struggle ensued when he refused to provide a driver's license and get out of the car. Tensing was indicted Wednesday, July 29 on a murder charge. (University of Cincinnati Campus Police via AP)

Top officials critical of Ohio cop indicted on murder charge

The indictment Wednesday of a University of Cincinnati police officer on a charge of murder in the traffic stop shooting was applauded by officials in a city roiled by racial violence that erupted in 2001 after an unarmed black man was killed by police.

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Probation for mom who gagged baby with sock

At Hunt’s sentencing, Richison asked the Adams County judge to sentence her to 12 years with a decade in prison and two years of probation. Instead, Hunt received 12 years of probation.

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Summer heat without high humidity

By early morning, the sky clears and lower humidity air arrives, beginning a multi-day stretch of dry and comfortable days that will take us into the weekend.

Mayor Henry thanked residents and City staff and then turned on a fire hydrant to start the flow of City Water.  This connection, the largest connection phase since City Utilities took ownership of the old Aqua southwest territory, includes 35 neighborhoods and more than 4,000 customers.

City water flows to Aboite

The connection brought more than 9,000 customers city water within a southwest area bordered by Aboite Center Road to the south, Homestead and Scott roads to the west, Bass Road to the north and Interstate 69 and Hadley Road to the east.

Workers secure the final steel beam of the structural phase of construction on the new $20 million Parkview Warsaw development. The medical complex should open in 2016.

Parkview Warsaw topped with steel

The $20 million, 86,000 square foot Parkview Warsaw medical complex will include an emergency department, outpatient care and physician offices.

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Judge: Land owners can’t keep public off Lake Michigan beach

A man who owns a piece of Indiana’s short stretch of Lake Michigan shoreline and said he had “complete and exclusive ownership” of its beachfront holds no such right and cannot deny the public access to that space, a judge has found.

Wild on WANE: Big Bugs

It’s summertime in Fort Wayne and the bugs are out! That includes some insects as big as your hand at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo! Rob Lydick explores the Malaysian Walking Leaf on this week’s Wild on WANE.

TinCaps' Franmil Reyes belts a grand slam in the eighth inning Wednesday night.

TinCaps blast Dragons, 14-1

Five runs in the seventh inning, followed by six more in the eighth easily lifted the TinCaps to their second straight win in as many nights.

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WBB: IPFW releases 2015-16 season schedule

IPFW women’s basketball head coach Chris Paul has announced the 2015-16 schedule, which features six home games to begin the season, including Big Ten foe Indiana.

Western Michigan's Zach Terrell and Jarvion Franklin at MAC Media Day (Photo Courtesy: WMU Athletics).

MAC football media poll released

Homestead grad Zach Terrell speaks at media day as the Western Michigan quarterback. Also hear from Columbia City graduate Jared Murphy who enters his junior season as a receiver as a Miami RedHawk.

Photo of Robert J. Grant provided by the Indiana State Police

Michigan City cop charged with multiple felonies

A 12-year veteran of the Michigan City Police Department was arrested Tuesday following an investigation that determined he was in possession of prescription drugs that hadn’t been prescribed to him.