The Komets sweep is spoiled by Quad City as the Mallards earn the overtime victory and force a Game 5 with the 3-2 victory.
Lawmakers passed a bill to close a cold beer loophole. The House passed passed the bill by a vote of 84-13, while the Senate had passed the bill earlier.
Jorge One hit his first professional home run in a defeat on Friday night to Great Lakes, 6-4.
The Dons lose their 9th game in a row as they drop the series opener to Western Illinois on Friday, 7-4
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The Turnstone sled hockey team return home as national champs and they are led by an inspiring and wacky goalie that’s also battling Parkinsons.
The Indiana Senate approved a resolution that asks state police to audit untested sexual assault kits in each county. Allen County does not have any untested rape kits pending.
Al Braun has worked for Spangler since 1969, making him one of the few workers to have been there for all four generations of the company based in Bryan, Ohio.
GM’s only factory in Venezuela was confiscated as anti-government protesters clashed with authorities in a country that is roiled by economic troubles.
U.S. sanctions against Russia bar U.S. oil companies from transferring to Russia the advanced technology that is used to drill more efficiently offshore and in shale formations.
The state’s supply of lethal injection drugs, used in the execution of prisoners, is nearing their expiration dates.
Trooper Anthony Repass led the Fort Wayne district with 1,558 traffic enforcement contacts, or pullovers, in 2016. He had 88 criminal arrests.
A power surge around 7:30 a.m. Friday disrupted operations at the city’s water filtration plant and created a 60 second loss of pressure that prompted the advisory.
More than 80 plankers participated in the rigorous event to benefit Lifeline Loves, Crosswinds Cares and Helpers & Heroes, up from just 23 a year ago.
The suspect in this week’s racially motivated shooting rampage in Fresno entered a cramped courtroom early Friday shouting that natural disasters striking America will increase.
Around 10 a.m. Friday, police raided homes at 2737 W. Washington Center Road Lot No. 49 and 2515 Princeton Ave. in Fort Wayne.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb appointed STAR Financial Bank Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President Kristin M. Marcuccilli to the Indiana Economic Development Corporation’s board of directors.
Auston Robertson had already been suspended from the Michigan State football team as the result of an investigation into a rape that took place on April 9.
Officers arrived to find a white sedan with heavy front-end damage along the shoulder of the highway, and a semi stopped just in front of it.
Most of the students enrolled at Trine University’s Peoria, Arizona campus will have completed their degrees by June 12, when the university will shutter the campus.
The Purdue Board of Trustees voted to change the name in as part of the school’s realignment. The change won’t take effect until 2018 but can be used immediately.
The German automaker pleaded guilty to conspiracy and obstruction of justice after nearly 600,000 diesel cars in the U.S. were programmed to turn on pollution controls during testing and off while on the road.
The reward in the case is stuck at just $10,000, small compared to rewards offered in other high-profile killings in Ohio and elsewhere.