Angola woman dead in head-on collision

When the officer attempted to stop her vehicle, she ran the light at Old U.S. 27 and S.R. 120. Her car then went left of center and collided head-on with a black 2008 Chevrolet Blazer.

IBM to appeal order to pay Indiana $78 million

New York-based IBM Corp. said in an email Monday that it worked “diligently and invested significant resources” toward improving Indiana’s system for processing of Indiana’s welfare applications.

“Brian Kil” moniker used in online threats case

A Plainfield, Indiana girl was threatened via Facebook in December 2015 after she refused to send sexually explicit photos of herself over the internet. The threats prompted the Dec. 17, 2015, closings of Plainfield and Danville high schools and a shopping center.

Indiana urges drivers to plan ahead for eclipse congestion

INDOT says Interstate 69, U.S. 41, and U.S. 231 are expected to experience higher southbound traffic with caravans of motorists headed for western Kentucky where the moon’s full eclipse of the sun can be viewed within a 70-mile-wide swath.

UK model in Italy ‘dark web’ kidnap claim back in Britain

Milan police say Ayling was abducted on July 11, then “drugged, handcuffed and closed inside a suitcase … to be sold to the best offer on pornography sites.” She was released six days later.
Police in Italy have arrested Lukasz Pawel Herba, a Polish citizen living in Britain.

Baez dominates as TinCaps best Loons 3-1 on road

Michel Baez threw seven scoreless innings and the TinCaps beat the Great Lakes Loons (Los Angeles Dodgers), 3-1, on Monday night at Dow Diamond. Fort Wayne has won four consecutive games, including the first three of this series.