Behind a career-high 26 points from Rachel Rinehart, the IPFW women’s basketball team overcame an eight-point second half deficit to defeat Milwaukee 78-72 Sunday.
People said house fire could be seen for miles.
South Bend has 252 sworn police officers, and only 26 of them are black.
The one-time Indiana home of the nation’s ninth president will be getting widespread exposure in an upcoming episode of NBC’s “Parks and Recreation.”
Chain O’ Lakes is hosting an event for anyone looking for a unique way to connect with nature and celebrate the new year.
A woman who runs a bookstore with her sister is also an archaeologist from the spring to the fall.
Some students in sixth through 12th grade will get to pick out a brand new outfit with a program called My Closet.
For a second straight season, a Jujuan Starks basket secured North Side’s SAC tournament crown. Starks scored off a Sean McGee miss to lift the Redskins, 45-44 Saturday night.
Indiana lawmakers set to reconvene next week aren’t showing any signs they’ll change the way Indiana’s local government is structured.
A theatre built in 1921 was bought by a non profit group that hopes to attract arts-minded businesses as its next tenants.
Vonleh previously played for the Indiana Hoosiers and has played four games with the Hornets in his first NBA season.
According to studio estimates, the film took in $54.5 million across the four-day holiday.