Rather than gamble on future draft picks and start completely start from scratch, the Pacers did the next best thing — bringing in 25-year-old guard Victor Oladipo and 21-year-old forward Domantas Sabonis.
Community activist and former CEO of Lincoln National Ian Rolland passed away Saturday. For the first time since his death, his family is speaking about Rolland’s life and legacy.
They are brothers, Dallas Cowboys teammates, and now co-camp directors as Rod and Jaylon Smith hosted their first-ever “Earn Your Stripes Football Camp” on Friday in Fort Wayne.
DeKalb County Sheriff’s K9 Mojo was not removed from the back of a county police car Thursday and died of heat stroke.
A man who according to court documents admitted to stabbing another man to death in August 2016 because he was black pleaded guilty but mentally ill to murder on Thursday.
Sears Holdings, the parent company of Sears and Kmart, announced another round of store closures Friday with four located in Indiana on the list.
A South Carolina inmate used wire cutters that were apparently dropped from a drone as part of an elaborate escape plan that also included cellphones smuggled into prison, guns and at least $47,000 in cash, authorities said Friday after his capture.
The Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association has announced its 2017 All-State Team for each of the four classes – and four local players have been selected to their respective first team.
At least 11 people were sickened in LaPorte. Authorities believe they ate the candy that was laced with the psychoactive chemical tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC.
The treaty banning nuclear weapons was the first multilateral nuclear disarmament treaty to be concluded in more than 20 years.
A woman charged with killing four of her young children and their father smiled and flashed a double thumbs up to news cameras during her first court appearance Friday before telling a judge she doesn’t want an attorney.
People have until 11:59 p.m. on July 20 to offer their thoughts on a proposal that would bring the state into compliance with new federal education rules through an online survey.
At long last face to face, President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin voiced confidence Friday that their historic first meeting would pave the way for a positive trajectory for their two countries.
So many issues, so little time. Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin have a scheduled half-hour meeting in Hamburg on Friday.
Tips from the public then led police to a man who police said dropped a lit firework in the library’s book return shoot.
The state report shows nearly all abortions were carried out at six licensed clinics in Indianapolis, Merrillville, Bloomington and Lafayette.
An Allen County Sheriff’s deputy patrolling near the East Central Towers at 905 E. Washington Blvd. encountered a man with a long rifle firing it.
A blown transformer caused a power outage in the northeast part of Fort Wayne Friday morning.
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Fort Wayne police said some type of disturbance at or near a house led to the shooting. No suspect information has been released.
The Indiana Department of Education is collecting public input on a proposal that would bring the state into compliance with new federal education rules about yearly testing in grades 3 through 8.
The companies long known as bases for home shopping on TV had been dealing with sluggish sales as Amazon dominates online.
Conservation officers said the ORV hit a limb that was hidden in tall grass. The limb went through the vehicle’s plastic firewall and impaled the passenger’s thigh.