The company tweeted a statement offering to “work with the players and league to find a positive way forward.”
The night’s action triggered speculation of a coup, but the military’s supporters praised it as a “bloodless correction.”
A central Indiana man faces charges alleging that he claimed to be an undercover agent working for Vice President Mike Pence’s security detail while threatening a hospital executive.
It’s the strongest quake in South Korea since a 5.8-magnitude occurred near the ancient city of Gyeongju, which is close to Pohang, in September 2016, Korea Meteorological Administration officials said.
H.E.L.P.’s board of directors fired director Jamie Glandon and requested the resignations of two board members who voted to have the dogs euthanized.
The former judge found a brief refuge from the political firestorm and the calls from national Republicans in elected office for him to drop out of the Alabama Senate race.
The move comes days after the Senate unanimously approved a measure requiring all senators, staff and interns to be trained on preventing sexual harassment.
Sen. Orrin Hatch, chairman of the Finance Committee, confirmed late Tuesday he was revising the bill to include repeal of the insurance mandate “to help provide additional relief to low- and middle-income families.”
The experiment was done Monday in California on 44-year-old Brian Madeux. Through an IV, he received billions of copies of a corrective gene and a genetic tool to cut his DNA in a precise spot.
Seven-foot-2 center Isaac Haas scored 22 points, and No. 19 Purdue capitalized on its size advantage in the paint to beat Marquette 86-71 on Tuesday night.
A purchase agreement for the city to buy the North River property expires at the end of this month. Tuesday night some City Council members said they would not vote for the agreement as it’s currently written.
Some of the world’s most famous pieces of art still sit in European museums, and will for generations. But have you ever wondered how did it survive the most destructive war in history– World War II? Robert Edsel asked that same question. It’s an extradoridnay tale, and Edsel was in Fort Wayne on Tuesday to tell it.
Fort Wayne police said the shooting happened at Chapel Oaks Apartments on Buchanan Street. The victim then drove to a downtown parking lot.
3A no. 15 Bellmont held off a hard-charging 3A no. 6 Bishop Dwenger team as the Squaws defeated the Saints 61-57 to headline girls basketball in the area on Tuesday night.
Two Barons are heading to the big time as senior Tyler Schwartz and Alec Brunson each signed division one scholarships on Tuesday.
The Knights senior signed with the Foresters on Tuesday afternoon.
Addison Agen advanced in the playoff rounds and will perform on the live shows.
North Side begins the season ranked no. 2 in 4A, while Southwood is no. 7 in 1A and Blackhawk Christian no. 8.
A pair of senior Spartans put pen to paper on Monday evening as Kayla Luarde signed with Indiana University for diving while Elise Wilcox inked with the Toledo women’s volleyball program.
Starting Wednesday morning there will be new entertainment choices for over-the-air viewers.
Danielle Carter remains in critical condition, however her family said she is awake and talking. Carter’s Cousin Kayla Harris and friend Nicole Saylor were killed in the shooting.
Traffic on Huguenard Road was snarled for a bit late Tuesday afternoon after a driver lost control and crashed near the intersection with Cook Road.
Bishop Dwenger is heading to semi-state in 4A football as they beat Angola on Friday, 34-0. We are proud to honor the Saints as the Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.