The Chicago Bears are determined to prove a losing record isn’t the best indicator of what kind of team they’re going to be in the future.
On the brink of elimination from the playoff race, the Indianapolis Colts dug in.
The Indiana Pacers announced Sunday they have assigned forward Glenn Robinson III and guard Joe Young to their affiliate in the NBA Development League, the Fort Wayne Mad Ants.
After Martin made his kick on the first possession of the extra period, the Hoosiers’ Griffin Oakes missed a 38-yard attempt to hand the Blue Devils (8-5) their first bowl victory since the 1961 Cotton Bowl.
The allegations surfaced in an Al Jazeera undercover probe into doping in global sports that is set to air Sunday and was shared in advance with the Huffington Post.
The Fort Wayne Komets won their third straight game defeating Kalamazoo 5-2 on Saturday night.
The Homestead Spartans defeated South Side 100-40 on Saturday to win their first ever SAC Holiday Tournament Championship.
For the third year in a row WANE-TV has honored the best high school football players in northeast Indiana with the “Fab 15.”
He faces a preliminary charge of criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon.
NewsChannel 15 is letting you vote on which local athlete at the best 2015.
The Homestead and South Side girls along with the Carroll and North Side boys will play for the SAC Holiday Tournament title on Saturday after winning in semifinal action on Wednesday at Wayne High School.
Running back C.J. Prosise practiced without taking hits Wednesday and coach Brian Kelly expects the leading rusher for eighth-ranked Notre Dame to be ready to play against No. 7 Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl on Jan. 1.
The Summit City will be represented in Honolulu next month as Fort Wayne native and Bishop Dwenger graduate Tyler Eifert has been selected to the 2016 Pro Bowl.
Looking confident against Kennesaw State on Tuesday night, Troy Williams made 3 of 4 3-pointers and had 20 points with a career-high six assists to lead Indiana to a 99-72 victory.
A.J. Hammons took over, scoring 15 of his 21 points in the second half to rally the 14th-ranked Boilermakers to a 68-55 win over Vanderbilt on Tuesday night.
Senior Max Landis made a game-winning three-point field goal with 11.2-seconds remaining in overtime to lead IPFW to a thrilling 89-86 victory at Western Michigan University.
Snider grad Reggie Hearn returned to the Summit City as a member of the Reno Bighorns but his 13 points weren’t enough as the Mad Ants topped the Bighorns 129-114.
With the score tied 73-73 and 2:42 left on the clock, the IPFW women’s basketball team was unable to connect on a bucket down the stretch as the Mastodons fell at Oakland 81-74.
Bishop Luers graduate Brooke Ridley tallied 25 points and 10 rebounds to lead St. Francis over Cornerstone 68-56 on Tuesday afternoon at the Hutzell Athletic Center.
The SAC Holiday Tournament continued on Tuesday at Wayne High School with a number of impressive performances on day two of the annual event.