Indiana Tech and the City of Fort Wayne opened a new bike share station on the school's campus on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016.

New bike share opens at Indiana Tech

The city’s sixth bike share – and first outside of downtown Fort Wayne – was opened Wednesday morning outside Andorfer Commons on the Indiana Tech campus.

Los Angeles Police patrol the entrance to the street of singer Chris Brown's home in the Tarzana neighborhood of Los Angeles, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016. Authorities are waiting for a search warrant for his house after a getting a woman’s call for help, officials said. Inside, the entertainer, who has a history of legal problems, posted videos to social media declaring his innocence. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

After lengthy stand-off with police, Chris Brown arrested

Following a bizarre, hours-long stand-off with police, the “No Air” and “Kiss Kiss” singer was arrested Tuesday afternoon on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon after a woman called for help from a gathering at his home.

The Auburn Fall collector car auction and show began at the Auburn Auction Park on Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016 and will continue through Sunday, Sept. 4, 2016.

Auction block opens at Auburn Fall

More than 80,000 people attended last year, but this year brings even more fun for the family and car enthusiasts.

In this Monday, Sept. 1, 2014 photo, Shiite militiamen hold the flag of the Islamic State group they captured, during an operation outside Amirli, some 105 miles (170 kilometers) north of Baghdad, Iraq. Under the shadow of the Islamic State group threat, governments from France to Indonesia are moving aggressively to block would-be jihadis from taking their fight to Syria and Iraq. New laws make it easier to seize passports. Suspected fighters are being plucked from planes. Authorities are blocking finances and shutting down radical mosques. Behind the scenes, Western intelligence agencies are striving to stay ahead of tech-savvy radicalized Muslims by pressuring Silicon Valley firms to wipe extremist content from websites and toying with new technologies to identify returning fighters at the border. Britain has taken a particularly active role in censoring content deemed to break the country’s strict rules against extremist propaganda. U.K. officials recently revealed it had been granted “super flagger” status on sites such as YouTube, meaning their requests to remove videos with grisly content or that encourage terrorism are fast-tracked. (AP Photo)

IPFW professor calls former jihadist a colleague

IPFW Anthropology Professor Dr. Lawrence Kuznar has spent time on boards with the National Counter-terrorism Center and the Pentagon. Often times he was working with a former Jihadist named Mubin Shaikh.

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Both sides remain divided on LGBT rights ahead of session

Advocates of LGBT rights want to make it illegal to deny housing, jobs or service because of sexual orientation or gender. Opponents say that’d deny their religious rights by forcing them to condone same-sex marriage.