Leo’s historic season came to an end in state semifinals on Saturday.
NAIA seventh-ranked Cougars dismantled the Cardinals 48-7 on Saturday afternoon. The Cougars clinched at least a share of Mid-States Football Association Mideast League championship with its seventh consecutive win, fifth in MSFA MEL competition.
Teams across Northeast Indiana punched their tickets to semi-state on Saturday.
The Komets completed the season opening weekend with a 3-1 victory Saturday night in Fort Wayne for a successful sweep of the Kalamazoo Wings to start the season. After spoiling the Wing’s home opener Friday night 5-3 at Kalamazoo the Komets returned home to follow with a win over the Wings and pleased a Coliseum crowd of 8,881 at the home opener.
Following Thursday’s announcement that millions won’t receive an increase in benefits next year, likely meaning a spike in medicare premiums, one advocate is encouraging seniors to make their voices heard at the national level.
Hyundai said it will notify owners and dealers will replace the front coil springs for free. The recall is expected to begin Nov. 30.
Hundreds of federal defendants accused of low-level crimes such as smuggling or selling small amounts of drugs have avoided prison time in recent years with the help of court programs that focus on rehabilitation.
Obama says he’s encouraged by lawmakers’ efforts to reduce the mandatory minimum sentence for nonviolent drug offenders.
Websites including DraftKings and FanDuel have been ordered to shut down in Nevada after regulators said they can’t operate without a gambling license, but those websites claim its not gambling. So how do they work?
At least a dozen charter schools have requested $25 million through the loan program approved by legislators this spring, although more could apply before the deadline at the end of October.
Eskenazi Health plans to develop a brain center that that will provide care for diseases including schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s.
The money comes from Indiana’s surplus and will repay federal loans that were taken out to make unemployment payments as the state’s jobless rate topped 10 percent during the recession.