Yorktown Community Schools Superintendent Jennifer McCormick announced her candidacy during a Statehouse news conference Thursday.
The acting president has an update on the university after the announcement of President Paul Ferguson’s resignation earlier in the week.
Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates fell this week for a fourth straight week amid persisting turmoil in stock markets and global economic worries.
Mattel, the maker of the iconic plastic doll, said it will begin selling Barbie in three new body types — curvy, tall, and petite.
He and his mother fled Texas for Mexico as authorities in Texas investigated whether he had violated his probation in a fatal drunken-driving case.
Fort Wayne firefighters were called just before 10 a.m. to a structure in the 2500 block of Clinton Street, near Spy Run Avenue, on a report of a fire.
The emergency spending bill includes money for more bottled water and filters and services to monitor for developmental delays in young children.
The recall affects 15 models from the 2008 to 2012 model years.
Three members of an armed group occupying an Oregon wildlife refuge surrendered to authorities, officials said, hours after their jailed leader urged remaining militants to abandon the site and “go home.”
June Scobee Rodgers — the widow of Challenger commander Dick Scobee and a longtime spokeswoman for the group — is passing the torch to her daughter, Kathie Scobee Fulgham.
The bill is a stripped-down version of a prescription-only mandate for pseudoephedrine, a key ingredient for meth production.
Firefighters were back at A-1 Drilling early Thursday morning after extinguishing a much smaller fire Wednesday afternoon.
The Chargers earned a resounding 5-1 victory to take sole possession of the league’s top spot.
The Bishop Dwenger graduate is making his first Pro Bowl appearance after catching 52 passes for 615 yards and 13 touchdowns for the Bengals this season.
Dominique Walls led the way with 28 points as Indiana Tech defeated Siena Heights 78-74 at the Schaefer Center on Wednesday night to improve to 12-4 in WHAC play.
Bishop Luers grad Brooke Ridley tallied 18 points and nine rebounds as St. Francis went on the road to defeat Huntington University 50-39.
Ian Kissell led Norwell with 21 points as the Knights defeated Wayne 55-49 in overtime to earn Norwell its fifth win in a row.
Homestead grad Caleb Swanigan missed the game with a right ankle injury while Vince Edwards stepped up with 24 points.
Senate Bill 344 also repeals the “Religious Freedom Restoration Act” that passed in 2015.