Utah trucker accused of keeping more sex slaves

A Utah truck driver accused of keeping two women as sex slaves in his semitrailer as he traveled the country had four more victims, federal prosecutors said in court documents.

TinCaps Winters Named 1st Back-to-Back Turf Manager of the Year

Since the Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA) and Minor League Baseball (MiLB) first began honoring a Sports Turf Manager of the Year in 2004, no one had ever won the award in back-to-back years at the Single-A level. That is, until now.

AP sources: IS, al-Qaida reach accord in Syria

The deal could be a heavy blow to Washington’s strategy against the Islamic State group, relying on arming moderate rebel factions to push back extremists in Syria.

Vehicle damages home in crash

Police were called to 2419 East Paulding Rd around 10:30 a.m., which is north of Paulding Road and Radcliffe Drive.

State accepting applications for pre-K grants

Program Director Melanie Brizzi announced Wednesday the “On My Way Pre-K” program is taking applications from providers in Allen, Jackson, Lake, Marion and Vanderburgh Counties.

Ind. deer numbers down, but good season expected

The DNR is in the third year of a management effort to reduce deer numbers in targeted areas. Another reason for fewer deer was a serious 2012 outbreak of hemorrhagic disease among deer.

State agency reviewing possible faulty guardrails

Department of Transportation spokesman Will Wingfield says the agency estimates about 4,000 of the ET-Plus guardrails built by Trinity Industries are in use along Indiana highways.

Man jailed in infant’s death from skull fracture

A Vigo County judge found probable cause on Wednesday for the arrest of 38-year-old Anthony Wilson on preliminary charges of murder and child neglect for the death of 10-week-old David Hires.

Carmakers unite around privacy protections

Nineteen automakers have signed onto a set of principles they say will protect motorists’ privacy in an era when computerized cars pass along more information about their drivers than many motorists realize.

4 Americans: How health care law affected them

More than 7 million people have signed up for private health insurance under the system introduced last year for those who were uninsured or had policies considered substandard.

Inside the mind of a killer

WANE’s sister station WLFI got an exclusive interview with a man convicted for what Tippecanoe County prosecutors called one of the most brutal murders they have ever seen.