The TinCaps received superb pitching on Thursday night at Parkview Field, but came away with a pair of one-run losses against the Great Lakes Loons in a doubleheader. Fort Wayne fell 1-0 in the front-end and 2-1 in the finale.
A handful of local softball sectional championships were decided on Thursday night with defending 3A state champion Leo fending off 11th-ranked Angola 4-3 in the tightest contest of the night.
Things have begun to return to normal at the Florence Township Fire Department. The station lost hundreds of thousands of dollars in equipment and part of its building during a fire there earlier this month.
Boys sectionals continued on Thursday, after several games were rained out on Wednesday.
The Carroll boys track team continued their success from sectional, taking home the regional title on Thursday at Indiniana Wesleyan with 118 points.
The Canterbury girls tennis program gutted out a 3-2 victory against Carroll as the 13th-ranked Cavaliers beat the 16th-ranked Chargers to win the regional championship on Thursday night.
Officers from four different law enforcement agencies will be at the Barr Street Market Saturday to talk about anything from criminal activity or sports related topics.
From 2010 to 2014, Hastert withdrew a total of approximately $1.7 million in cash from various bank accounts and provided it to a person identified only as Individual A, according to the indictment.
A Decatur police officer was let go from the department after sending two teenagers pictures of his genitals.
Jeffrey and Jeremy Kalonji will continue their basketball careers at St. Francis University while wrestler Kayne Duncan signed with Indiana Tech.
The statistics are startling. In 2013, an average of 220 teen drivers and passengers died in traffic crashes during each of the summer months. That’s a 43 percent increase compared to the rest of the year.
The man went before a judge Thursday where he was sentenced to serve 183 days in prison.