Stunned crowds gather in south Cocoa Beach as they watch a landmark, the Pumpkin Center, that was once owned by Al Neuharth, founder of USA Today, burn to the ground late Tuesday night, March 15, 2016, in Cocoa Beach, Fla. (Craig Rubadoux/USA Today/Florida Today via AP)

Crews battle major fire at iconic Florida mansion

The quirky, 10,000-square-foot, sun-drenched oceanfront compound that was once owned by USA Today founder Al Neuharth burned down, and fire investigators said Wednesday they were examining if ongoing construction played a role in the blaze.


Annual county health rankings released

Three-fourths of Indiana residents have adequate access to places to exercise, yet nearly a third of the state’s adults are obese according to data released Wednesday in the 2016 County Health Rankings.

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Notre Dame may have to release documents to ESPN

The University of Notre Dame’s police department could be subject to public access laws and be forced to release crime reports on student athletes to ESPN after an appeals court decisions Tuesday.

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Tyler leads Ball State to C.I.T. win at Tennessee State

The Ball State men’s basketball team overcame an early 20-3 deficit and 31 turnovers to outlast Tennessee State 78-73 in double overtime Tuesday night in the opening round of the Postseason Tournament.