“She’s been there for us, even if we haven’t always noticed,” Obama said Wednesday, imploring the country to elect the woman he defeated eight years ago.
The West Noble Chargers will look to get back to their winning ways in 2016.
The Whitko Wildcats will have a new look in 2016.
TinCaps starter and Padres pitching prospect Chris Paddack was placed on the 7-day DL with a forearm strain.
The Komets announced Wednesday that Cody Sol has agreed to terms for his third straight year guarding the Fort Wayne blue line.
TinCaps starter Austin Smith (W, 3-5) silenced West Michigan (14-15, 53-42) until the sixth inning.
Purdue’s Caleb Swanigan and Coach Matt Painter joined NewsChannel 15’s Jessica Starbard live from the Boilers on the Road event at the Fort Wayne Country Club on Wednesday.
The Boilers were back in Fort Wayne on Wednesday for their annual Boilers on the Road event at the Fort Wayne Country Club.
The suspect was shot after crashing his truck. The whole thing reportedly began as a road rage incident.
After stop arm cameras on one school bus were so successful, East Noble School Corporation is expanding the program to its entire fleet.
A union representative said the agreement is better for workers than called for in a labor contract. Parent company United Technologies Corp. also is closing UTEC in Huntington with 700 workers.
Officials in Hiroshima have asked game developer Niantic Inc. to remove the “Pokestops” from the atomic bomb memorial park by Aug. 6, the anniversary of the 1945 bombing.
2016 College Completion Report by the Indiana Commission of Higher Education reveals that overall, completion remains a challenge amongst minority students, though at least one school may be close to the closing the gap.
Third District Delegate Michelle Chambers said she will be donating her convention hat to the Smithsonian after being approached by a curator from the museum.
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama have selected Jackson Park on Chicago’s South Side for the library and presidential center.
The ALS Association says a paper published this week in the journal Nature Genetics reveals Project MinE researchers have identified the NEK1 gene’s connection to ALS.
Lechleiter’s announcement came a day after Eli Lilly and Co. reported a second-quarter profit of nearly $748 million.
A native of Huntington, and now a resident of Roanoke, Godfroy grew up at St. Mary and Sts. Peter and Paul parishes and attended Huntington Catholic and then Bishop Luers High School. He graduated from Bishop Luers in 2006 and then earned a bachelor degree in education at Miami University of Ohio in 2010. Godfroy and his wife Janna have been married for five years and are members of St. Joseph Parish, Roanoke.
The Clinton campaign called Trump’s statement the “first time that a major presidential candidate has actively encouraged a foreign power to conduct espionage against a political opponent.”