Some restaurants almost triple their sales when the Super Bowl rolls around.
John Zarse wore a onsie and displayed a sign on Coldwater Boulevard Sunday letting everyone know how he did this season.
What could be more exciting than watching Super Bowl 50? Watching social media feeds during the Super Bowl, of course! Here are some of the funniest moments from the Big Game on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
Police said one passenger was trapped for nearly 40 minutes while crews also dealt with a gas leak.
Game on. On advertising’s biggest night, Super Bowl ads are aiming for optimism.
The professor said in a Facebook post that Christians and Muslims worship the same God.
A state law passed last year allows for operation of a land-based casino already owned by Majestic Star Casino.
It happened early Sunday morning at Shell Spee-D-Mart on CR 200 W.
The Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana host their 12th annual Masquerade Ball.
Skupin was rescued by helicopter after falling into a campfire and burning his hands in 2001 on “Survivor II: The Australian Outback.”
The McDonald’s Diaper Dash is part of the annual Baby Fair and Family Expo at the Coliseum.
It’s one of 200 artifacts The History Center is highlighting as part of its bicentennial celebration.
When she lost her vision four years ago, 12-year-old Adeline Graf never thought she’d see again. Thanks to some amazing technology and the generosity of dozens of donors, her future is brighter than ever before.
In honor of Super Bowl 50, Trai Essex stops by his alma mater to hand off a special football.
“My Cold-Hearted Valentine” will put an entertaining spin on solving the “murder” of one party goer over Valentine’s Day Weekend.
A K9 police track ended at a nearby business, however no one was arrested.
Barnes & Thornburg will occupy the south half of the Plaza’s sixth floor. Thirty employees will work in the office.
The gas stations were among 13 businesses around the city that were served search warrants on Thursday.
Kevin and Colleen Bolger have been volunteering at the big game for the last five years.
FWPD said speeds reached more than 80 miles-per-hour on Nuttman Avenue.