The woman who wed Elvis in 1967 made one thing clear before unveiling the latest wedding chapel to bear his name: No impersonators.
The Columbia Graduate School of Journalism said in the Sunday report that the magazine’s shortcomings “encompassed reporting, editing, editorial supervision and fact-checking.”
Police and the district attorney are reviewing whether charges will be filed against a man whose gun accidentally fired during an Easter vigil Mass in central Pennsylvania.
The husband will be served with the divorce summons via a private Facebook message. It will be repeated once a week for three consecutive weeks or until “acknowledged.”
One of the dogs died of starvation and hypothermia after being left chained outside.
Prices at the pump around Fort Wayne dropped 16 cents in the past week for an average price per gallon of $2.20.
The San Diego Padres have made one more splashy trade, completing an offseason of roster upheaval.
The final regular season tournament of the season for the IPFW women’s golf team is being played on the Mastodon’s home course as the team plays host the two-day IPFW Spring Classic. After the first round, the IPFW Blue team sits in sixth place with a score of 325 while the White team is in 11th shooting a 367.
The final game of the three-game series between the IPFW Mastodons and North Dakota State Bison started as a pitcher’s duel, but ended as a slug-fest, with the Bison scoring in each of the last five innings to pull ahead for an 18-7 victory on Sunday afternoon, helping the Bison avoid the series sweep.
Emily Olszewski launched the first home run of her IPFW softball career but it wasn’t enough as the Mastodons dropped their series finale to IUPUI 14-1.
Before the IPFW men’s volleyball match between Ball State Saturday night, the court at the Gates Center was dedicated to Hall of Fame men’s volleyball coach, Arnie Ball. After the dedication ceremony, the ‘Dons went on to sweep the Cardinals three sets to none, to cap off their final home match of the regular season.
The San Diego Padres announced the Opening Day roster for the 2015 TinCaps on Sunday. The 25-man squad features 12 players who’ve previously worn a Fort Wayne uniform, including Josh VanMeter.