Tom Crean

Tom Crean Headlining Youth For Christ Dinner In Fort Wayne

Indiana University Men’s Basketball Head Coach Tom Crean will be in Fort Wayne for a special dinner to support the ministry of Youth for Christ of Northern Indiana on Sunday, Aug. 9, at the Parkview Mirro Center for Research and Development.

United States’ Jordan Spieth, right, and United States’ Dustin Johnson chat after finishing on the 18th green during the first round of the British Open Golf Championship at the Old Course, St. Andrews, Scotland, Thursday, July 16, 2015. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

Spieth opens bid with good round, familiar foe in Scotland

Eight times zones and an ocean away from Chambers Bay, Johnson and Spieth picked up where they left off a month ago when Spieth beat him by one shot in the U.S. Open to capture the second leg of the Grand Slam. On this day, Johnson got the better of him with a 7-under 65 and looked like the player to beat at St. Andrews.

Brett Perlini

Komets Sign Seven With Perlini, Thomas, Sol Returning

ECHL veteran champion Peter Sivak (F) will be joining the Komets for 2015-16 while Cody Sol (D), Brett Perlini (F) and Kyle Thomas (F) are returning to the Fort Wayne fold. Austin Levi (D) and rookies Alex Grieve (F) and Josh Ranalli (F) also have been added to the lineup.

King Of The Hill

“King Of The Hill” Making It To The Majors

A local invention is making its way to majors, as Rich Dunno’s “King of the Hill” training mound molds his passion for pitching with his tool manufacturing background.

Indiana Pacers forward Paul George, left, laughs as team president Larry Bird talks about signing George to a multi-year contract extension with the NBA basketball team in Indianapolis, Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013.  (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

Bird: George “Doesn’t Make The Decisions Around Here”

After introducing three new players Tuesday — guard Monta Ellis, forward Chase Budinger and center Jordan Hill — Bird told reporters that he wouldn’t get into a public spat over where George will play this season and that George “doesn’t make the decisions around here.”