Behind stellar pitching performances from IPFW pitchers Trevor Storie, Zach Dowden, and Jake Weber, and a walk-off sacrifice fly from Jonathan Valenzuela-Reece, the IPFW baseball team snapped its seven game losing skid with a 4-3 win over the North Dakota State Bison on Friday afternoon in 11 innings.
The Olympic gold medal winner was invited to Mike Pence’s office days after appearing before the Indy City County Council.
County commissioners allocated $534,000 Wednesday for repairs to the roof, which has been patched 30 times in 10 years.
Candace Cameron Bure and Andrea Barber would star as their original characters D.J. Tanner and Kimmy Gibbler.
The FDA will review a request from the Swedish maker of Snus to certify its pouches of tobacco as less harmful than cigarettes.
The animal sanctuary posted on Facebook that its cougar, Meria, died early Friday morning.
The eclipse can also be seen in its entirety Saturday night from eastern Australia, New Zealand and Japan. Europe and Africa are shut out.
The Republicans said the court should let voters and their elected legislatures decide what to do about marriage.
Poinsette Drive will be closed to through traffic while city utilities work on a storm line installation project.
Anthony Ray Hinton was one of the longest serving death row inmates in Alabama.
The band said Friday in a Facebook message that it’s reversed its decision to cancel the May 7 show because lawmakers approved changes.
A lawsuit filed claims that the officer was wrongfully terminated and singled out based on his race.