Will Power won the Grand Prix of Indianapolis on Saturday for his first IndyCar victory of the season, leading 65 of 82 laps on the road course at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Trailing 4-3 heading into the top of the seventh inning, the IPFW Mastodons fell victim to a 10-run Oral Roberts frame, as the Golden Eagles out-lasted the Mastodons in a 14-3 series finale at Mastodon Field.
Two Notre Dame stars were in the Summit City on Saturday signing autographs for fans at PlayBall Ink in the Glenbrook Mall.
The rock music legend made the donation after watching a video of the students performing his hit, “Crazy Train.”
The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission on Friday denied Duke Energy’s nearly $2 billion plan and Indiana Michigan Power’s $787 million request.
But opponents are mostly worried about the ecological risks posed by the project, particularly to birds that might fly into the planned banquet center’s big windows.
Indiana State Trooper Mike Wood attributed the deer’s safety to the several callers who reported it in the median on Interstate 70.
The ‘disAbilities Expo” at the Coliseum on Saturday was a resource for anyone with intellectual, developmental or physical disabilities.
The Positive Resource Center, formerly known as the AIDS Task Force, hosted its annual walk at Parkview Field Saturday.
The Kosciusko County Drug Task Force arrested four people after a week-long drug investigation.
Stutzman made his announcement Saturday afternoon in Roanoke surrounded by hundreds of supporters holding ‘Marlin for Senate’ signs.
Authorities say a senior prank that damaged 24 school buses has led to felony charges against four students.