The Wuerffel Trophy announces the eleven semifinalists for the 2016 Wuerffel Trophy, known as “College Football’s Premier Award for Community Service,” which is presented annually by the All Sports Association in Fort Walton Beach.
Amber Pasztor’s attorney filed a motion indicating they will use an insanity defense in court.
A lifelong Cubs fan has waited more than eight decades to see her favorite team win the World Series, and Wednesday night it happened.
The reduction hunts are held annually to help control the deer population as a means protect the habitat in the parks impacted by the animals.
The Boys and Girls Club of Fort Wayne honored Angie Hicks and five school-aged girls as part of their Smart Girls/Brilliant Women Luncheon.
The report says some of the state’s strongest economic activity comes from the Indianapolis area.
Assange dismissed warnings that Russia was the main actor behind cyberintrusions on Podesta and other politically connected individuals and organizations.
More than 413,000 fans visited Parkview Field for TinCaps games in 2016, and Parkview Field hosted some 150,000 guests for more than 700 non-TinCaps events.
The rolling slowdowns as they’re called will take place in northern Huntington County Sunday morning.
Thousands have already waited in lines to early vote in Allen County. Some waited up to three hours. However, there are still some voters who are undecided and some groups are encouraging them to get out and vote.
Puerto Ricans remain divided over whether to try to change their relationship to the U.S., and Congress appears lukewarm to the idea of adding two new senators and a handful of representatives from the island of 3.5 million people.
Federal lawmakers have called the bison — North America’s largest land animal — the embodiment of American strength, resilience and the nation’s pioneer spirit.
Ryan heaped praise on the Indiana governor when Donald Trump selected him as his running mate, saying “I can think of no better choice.”
The Conservative government said it would go to the country’s Supreme Court to challenge the ruling, which, if upheld, could prevent it from starting exit talks with the EU by March 31 as planned.
Insurance premiums, which reflect spending on medicines, doctor visits, tests and hospital stays, have climbed 213 percent since 1999 for family coverage purchased through an employer.
The Obama administration is designating roughly 25,000 miles of U.S. highways as “electric vehicle charging corridors.”
Harry Caray, who promised viewers in 1991 that “sure as God made green apples, someday the Chicago Cubs are going to be in the World Series,” is featured in a video entitled “Harry’s’ Last Call.”
The training weapons were on a plane heading to Camp Grayling from Selfridge Air National Guard Base in suburban Detroit when they fell off.
Pictures of elated Cubs fans as they celebrated the team’s game 7 victory over the Cleveland Indians to secure the club’s first World Series title since 1908.
“O, The Oprah Magazine” will unveil the queen’s curated gift suggestions with discounts in the December issue.
The firefighter has been linked to arsons including one in March on Hoosier National Forest property and two attempted fires at a vacant church near Leavenworth this week.
More than 25 lesbian and bisexual female characters died on scripted broadcast, cable and streaming series this year.
The 64-year-old Seagal has been a regular visitor to Russia in recent years and has accompanied Russian President Vladimir Putin to several martial arts events.