The IPFW men’s basketball team trailed by as many as 21 points, and by 20 in the second half to the South Dakota Coyotes, before the Mastodons rallied back, cutting the gap to as few as five points with just over a minute remaining, but unable to get any closer in the 82-73 South Dakota victory in the second day of quarterfinals in the 2015 Summit League Tournament.
The Colts have agreed to a contract with longtime Eagles guard Todd Herremans, a move they hope will beef up their offensive line.
Homestead graduate Sydney Buck was one of three Butler women’s basketball players to get all-conference accolades. Buck was a unanimous selection to the BIG EAST All-Freshman Team.
Saturday night’s postponed Komet game at Kalamazoo has been rescheduled for this Wednesday night, March 11, at 7 p.m. at Wings Stadium.
Two people were arrested when police were assisting the Department of Family and Children were removing four children Saturday.
Ferguson has become an emblem of the tensions between minorities and police departments nationwide.
More than 1200 people marched the mile and a half route through downtown Fort Wayne on Sunday.
Various vendors had guns, knives, archery equipment, and military collectibles on display at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.
A car speeding out of a gas station in Albion crashed into tree Sunday morning.
City maintenance workers stockpiled snow from neighborhoods the past few months and kept it for winter events.
The teen was reported as a runaway last month. Sheriff’s deputies found the body Friday.
Lora Kuhaneck spelled “patronizing” correctly to win the Touchstone Energy 61st annual Regional Spelling Bee.