Butler forward Andrew Chrabascz (45) and center Nate Fowler (51) celebrate as they leave the court following an NCAA college basketball game against Indiana in Indianapolis, Saturday, Dec. 17, 2016. Butler defeated Indiana 83-78. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

No. 18 Butler fends off host Georgetown in OT

Baldwin scored a career-high 16 points and helped hold Big East scoring co-leader Rodney Pryor scoreless to help the Bulldogs earn an 85-76 overtime victory over Georgetown on Saturday.

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Saint Francis men’s basketball wins 21st straight home game

NAIA second-ranked University of Saint Francis emphatically rejected any thoughts or hopes Mt. Vernon Nazarene University fostered of a second consecutive NAIA Top 5 upset with perhaps the Indiana Cougars best defensive effort of the season in a 73-51 win on Saturday afternoon at Hutzell Athletic Center.

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Indiana Tech men’s basketball knock off No. 25 Northwestern Ohio

The Indiana Tech men’s basketball team moved into a tie for second place in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) as they knocked off No. 25-ranked University of Northwestern Ohio, 87-85, on Saturday afternoon at the Schaefer Center.

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Fort Wayne holds off Denver 87-83

Bryson Scott and Brent Calhoun both equaled their career highs in points as Fort Wayne men’s basketball pulled out an 87-83 Summit League victory over Denver on Saturday (Jan. 7).

Indiana rifle shooters competed Saturday January 7, 2017 at the Junior Olympics qualifying competition in Fort Wayne.

Teens aim for Junior Olympics

The first gold medal given at the 2016 Olympics in Rio was to an American in the women’s air rifle event. A group of teenagers is looking to follow in those footsteps by qualifying for the Junior Olympics in precision rifle.

Edmonia Brooks celebrated her 108th birthday with family and friends on Saturday, January 7.

Fort Wayne woman turns 108

The 108-year-old woman has outlived all of her siblings, and even outlived two of her children, her oldest and youngest sons.

One of the winners of the bridal show raffle. Courtney Aldrige was able to pick whatever dress she wanted at the Bridal Spectacular and Beyond at the Memorial Coliseum.

Spectacular bridal event returns to Coliseum

The event features over 100 vendors, including DJ’s, formal wear designers, venue options, photographers, florists, invitation designers, travel agents and cakes.