Robert A. Hobby, Director of Music at Trinity English Lutheran Church, has composed two pieces for the pope’s visit to the United States.
So far the El Nino is the third strongest on record, behind 1997-98 and a weird one in 1987-88 that peaked early.
Jeffrey Melvin, 53, of Columbia City, was motoring a personal watercraft across Lake Webster around 5 p.m. Saturday when he made a sharp turn into the path of another that was being operated by his friend.
The opening date for the ice skating rink at Headwaters Park has been pushed back while contractors replace the concrete floor after major deterioration was discovered.
James Holmes is now serving a life sentence in prison for killing a dozen people at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado and now video has been released showing his booby-trapped apartment.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s help identifying a person who robbed a gas station.
The center will be located at 7500 S.R. 930 East in New Haven, where the the former Marine Corp. League sat.
Just after 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, Angola Police pulled over a vehicle on Mill Street. Inside were three adults, a small child – and a meth lab.
Local artists are encouraged to submit design ideas for ten wooden benches that will be installed along the downtown riverfront.
Fewer Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, keeping this key indicator of labor market health near historic lows.
Raging floodwaters broke through a wall Thursday and swamped a city near Tokyo, washing away houses, forcing dozens of people to rooftops to await helicopter rescues.
Twenty-one-year-old Sheryl Ashley Wallace was arrested Wednesday on preliminary charges of neglect of a dependent causing death and obstruction of justice in her son Jensen’s February death.
Trump was asked about remarks attributed to him in a Rolling Stone cover story, which was published online Wednesday.
The child’s remains were discovered over the weekend in the Garfield Park lagoon after someone reported seeing a foot floating in the water.
The biggest of two recalls announced Thursday covers 1.35 million Ram 1500, 2500 and 3500 pickup trucks and 3500, 4500 and 5500 Chassis Cabs, mainly in North America.
The grant will aid 140 IPFW students a year by motivating and supporting students from less advantaged backgrounds.
Game 2 in the best-of-three series is set for 7:05 pm Thursday at Parkview Field.
Garrett Mayor Tonya Hoeffel will be laid to rest Saturday at Christian Union Cemetery in Garrett.
A driver got an SUV stuck on a bridge that’s under construction in northern Allen County.