A list of high school football scores from across northeast Indiana for week two.
Warming trend continues.
The slow-downs are expected from 6 a.m. until noon throughout the weekend on I-69 northbound from mile marker 290 to 293 and I-69 southbound from mile marker 296 to 293.
Thousands will flock to the city of Auburn for the 45th annual Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival, an event that showcases classic cars and hot rods.
5A no. 3 Snider topped a hobbled 3A no. 1 Bishop Luers as the Panthers dominated the second half in a 55-27 victory to headline week two of the Highlight Zone.
Despite greater uncertainty in the storm’s path and intensity, Florida Gov. Rick Scott declared a state of emergency on Friday for the entire state.
The runaway was first reported missing on Tuesday and thanks to several leads and the work of multiple police departments, she was found safe on Friday.
Ned Gatchell volunteered for ten days after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast. He helped do welfare checks and deliver food and water to more rural parts of Louisiana.
The suspects are accused of advertising for sex the internet as a means to lure customers to a location where instead of meeting a prostitute, they were robbed.
In order to assure the safety of each student who rides a bus in East Allen County Schools, students practiced bus evacuation drills Friday.
Belinda Lewis has spent the last 28 years doing great things for the community, and she’s confident her team will continue that success.
It’s an old requirement that’s being enforce again and could cost as many as 50,000 Hoosiers their food assistance benefits.
A former pastor is facing child molestation charges in two states.
Cedar Canyon Elementary School wrapped up its week of honoring a teacher who died at the beginning of the school year.
A football helmet is back home on top of a roadside memorial along U.S. 33.
A man from rural Garrett was arrested Friday after an investigation into sexual battery at a party in June.
Investigators in Kosciusko County arrested a man Friday afternoon on preliminary charges of dealing cocaine.
Man dealing spice in Freimann Square arrested on three charges.
During the chase, which ended at the intersection of State and Coliseum boulevards, eight cars were damaged.
Petitions and social media outrage are already flying over a blood-spattered dentist’s smock paired with a Cecil-like lion head, along with a replica of Caitlyn Jenner’s cream-colored corset.
Arnold Anderson was late to his $90,000-a-year teaching job 46 times in the most recent school year through March 20 and 65 times in the previous school year, an arbitrator said.
Andy Parker’s resolve to fight for gun control formed in the hours after his daughter was shot and killed on live television.
A state trooper on motorcycle patrol died from injuries suffered when he was dragged several miles by a car hauling a trailer which struck him along a Michigan highway.
Jeff Moody, who was CEO of the Subway Franchisee Advertising Fund Trust, said in a statement Friday that he was “shocked” to learn of the “deplorable criminal sexual behavior with minors” to which Fogle has agreed to plead guilty.
Second-half goals cost IPFW the win.
The Mastodons topped Central Michigan, 3-1 Friday night.
Despite a barrage of 20 shots during the match, the IPFW men’s soccer team suffered an opening night 3-2 overtime loss to St. Joseph’s (Ind.).
Garrett and Central Noble were the only two NECC schools to pick up wins in week two.
ACAC teams fared well against their non-conference foes in Week 2 of the high school football season.
The TinCaps were flummoxed by Lake County pitching and fell 1-0 at Parkview Field, snapping the team’s record 17-game home winning streak.
East Noble, Leo, and New Haven are the three remaining unbeaten teams in the newly formed Northeast 8 Conference.
Big blowouts were the name of the game in the SAC for Week 2 of the high school football season.