Hinen leads Cougars to NAIA DII quarterfinals

Chad LaCross earned his 200th career win as head coach of Saint Francis as the Cougars won their second round game against Northwestern Iowa 94-83 at the NAIA DII National Championship Tournament on Friday.

Florida governor signs gun restrictions 3 weeks after attack

Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed a far-reaching school-safety bill Friday that places new restrictions on guns, cementing his state’s break with the National Rifle Association and decades of Republican thinking on gun control in the aftermath of the Parkland high school attack.

Mad Ants gear up for postseason push

Despite losing three straight road games, Fort Wayne is still 25-18 on the year including a G-League best 15-5 at home. That currently puts them in second place in the Eastern Conference and atop the Central Division.

Fire levels Tri-Lakes home

At least a dozen emergency vehicles responded to the fire at 520 E. South Ave., near Shriner Lake.

Jamestown ends Indiana Tech women’s basketball’s season

The No. 9-ranked and No. 3-seeded Indiana Tech women’s basketball team fell to No. 8-ranked and No. 2-seeded University of Jamestown, 82-63, in a second round matchup in the Liston Bracket of the 27th Annual NAIA Division II National Championship, presented by Mercy Medical Center and Seaboard Triumph Foods, at the Tyson Events Center.

City Utilities to offer free tours

City Utilities will conduct free guided tours of both their Water Pollution Control Plant and Three Rivers Water Filtration Plant over the next several weeks, starting Saturday.

North Side looking for repeat at regionals

After advancing all the way to the 4A state title game last season the North Side boys basketball team is looking for a repeat as regional champion this weekend.