GOP sweeps Indiana races

From president to superintendent of public instruction, Indiana Republicans won nearly every major race in the state Tuesday night.

Stocks surge following Trump victory

The Dow Jones industrial average came within 50 points of its all-time high despite concerns immediately following news of the Trump victory.

Cubans fear Trump to reverse opening, army drills announced

The Cuban government announced the launch of five days of nationwide military exercises to prepare troops to confront “a range of actions by the enemy,” terminology that almost always refers to the United States.

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Police nab suspected light pole wire thief

Indiana State Police arrested a man Monday who was seen by a detective cutting and then stealing wire from light poles near I-94 in northwest Indiana.

The role of high school guidance counselors have changed

Several aspects of high school counseling remain the same – whether it is assisting students with scheduling, helping students with personal issues or helping students find the next path that is best for their future. But on top of all of that, counselors now have standardized testing on their plates