South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who has expressed a desire to reach out to Pyongyang, said Thursday he “won’t back off even a single step and make any compromise” on the issue of national security. He warned that North Korea could only face further international isolation and more economic difficulties.
Anti-Sharia rallies this weekend worry Muslim leaders
Hardy’s family reported him missing May 30.
State prosecutors said Robert Melson and another man who used to work at the restaurant, robbed a Popeye’s in Gadsden, 60 miles northeast of Birmingham. They said Melson opened fire on four employees in the restaurant’s freezer. Nathaniel Baker, Tamika Collins and Darrell Collier were killed.
After the contest Kiermaier told reporters he was sore, but would know more after further testing tomorrow.
The TinCaps used a six-run explosion to surge past the Lake County Captains (Cleveland Indians) in a 7-3 win Thursday night at Parkview Field in front of a sellout crowd of 7,429. Fort Wayne, which took the series, has won two in a row.
With 636 of 650 seats in the House of Commons declared, the Conservatives had 310 to the Labour Party’s 258. Even if the Conservatives won all the remaining seats, the party would fall short of the 326 needed for an outright majority. Before the election the Conservatives had 330 seats and Labour 229.
Purdue’s Symone Black will have a chance to win an NCAA championship this Saturday in Eugene, Oregon, as the Concordia High School grad punched her ticked the to 400 meter hurdle finals on Thursday night.
The team leaderboard at Stonehenge Golf Club at Thursday’s regional meet had a lot of Fort Wayne flavor at the top as Bishop Dwenger, Homestead, and Carroll finished 1-2-3 and advances to the state finals.
Canterbury’s Kyra Foster is just a sophomore, but the tennis standout has plenty of pressure-packed experience as she heads to the state finals this week.
Born in West Lafayette, this native Hoosier once had Drew Brees throw passes at his birthday party, has a sweet tooth for Sour Patch Kids, and can sing a little country music.
A mild winter throughout our area may lead to higher tick populations this summer, so extra steps may need to be taken to keep yourself tick-free.
A law passed this year by the General Assembly and signed by Gov. Eric Holcomb required INDOT to investigate tolling with the intention of creating $5 billion in funding for the state’s roads and bridges.
This weekend, the Libertarian Party in Bartholomew and Johnson counties will host a “Drink In” at Ricker’s Gas Station in Columbus.
The two lawmakers weighed in on the former FBI Director’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday.
Visitors to the 2017 edition of the Indiana State Fair will be able to get an aerial view of the fairgrounds aboard the Subaru Skyride.
Fort Wayne was recognized for its commitment to supporting the employment of individuals with disabilities at the city’s employment centers.
Veterans came out in full force to speak against a plan to put an athletics complex in Memorial Park, but they said improvements do need to be done, and they want to help. The Fort Wayne Parks Department is inviting them to do so.
A man said his wallet was stolen from the Jorgenson YMCA. A woman reportedly bought a TV, gas and other items with his credit card.
An autopsy conducted by the Allen County Coroner’s Office has confirmed the identity of a body found in the Maumee River Wednesday as that of James W. Hardy, 31, of Fort Wayne.
A puppy in the cab of a semi that rolled over in northwest Indiana early Thursday was not hurt, however the driver and co-driver did suffer injuries according to Indiana State Police.
92-year-old Elmer Shinskie had attended Shamokin Area High School until the 10th grade. He was then drafted into the Army and sent overseas.
The auction includes Capone’s platinum and diamond pocket watch and a silver-plated, three-headed snake ring that Clyde Barrow made for Bonnie Parker while in jail.