Rep. Banks hosting job fair

The Congressman Jim Banks Job Fair, which will also feature regional postsecondary education institutions, will be from noon to 3 p.m. in IPFW’s International Ballroom.

Brain scans may change care for some people with memory loss

The findings, reported Wednesday, mark a first peek at a huge study under way to help determine if Medicare should start paying for specialized PET scans that find a hallmark of Alzheimer’s — a sticky plaque called amyloid.

Muncie man shot by police convicted of multiple charges

Police have said the officers were trying to help an injured woman passenger from Dinkins’ car following a March 24 crash when Dinkins drove toward them at a high rate of speed. The officers opened fire, wounding Dinkins. They weren’t charged.

Pet shop owner faces neglect charge after dead animals found

Twenty-seven-year-old Terry Driver of Portage was arrested Saturday on one misdemeanor animal neglect count after a caller reported foul odors wafting from T & B’s Exotic Animals and a cage with eight dead birds behind the building.

Trump to discuss health care with GOP senators

Press Secretary Sean Spicer confirms that the senators have been invited to lunch to discuss the way forward on health care after it became clear that they did not have the votes to pass a plan to replace “Obamacare.”

Comic-Con blasts into San Diego with movies, games, shows

The annual pop-culture celebration kicks off Wednesday night with a preview of the San Diego Convention Center’s showroom floor. Four days of panels, presentations, screenings and autograph signings begin on Thursday. The sold-out event is expected to draw more than 130,000 attendees.