INDIANAPOLIS — Thirty-seven new troopers were given their posts after completing graduation at the 79th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy last week.
MONTICELLO — White County residents — and a handful of Remington subscribers — who regularly watch Lafayette-based WLFI Channel 18 may have noticed they can no longer watch the station on their Xfinity cable system.
KENTLAND — Additional charges were filed on Dec. 18 against a Delphi woman who prosecutors allege played a larger role in the alleged torture and death of a woman in Newton County earlier this year.
MILTON, Fla. — For many service members, hanging up the uniform at the end of a shift signifies the end of the work day and the beginning of some much needed downtime.
CUTLER — Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating an off-road vehicle accident early Saturday morning that resulted in the death of a passenger.
MONTICELLO — Among the numerous dog and cats to call Happy Tails Animal Shelter home, two stand out most.
Imagine a spooky Halloween scenario, or a scary movie with a haunted mansion, and chances are it’ll include at least one flying bat. A bat flapping its wings on a dark night has become synonymous with creepy. Overcoming that stereotype is a steep hill to climb for bats.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — At an all-staff meeting Aug. 30, News-Gazette Media CEO John Reed announced to employees that an agreement has been signed to sell substantially all of its assets to the family-owned Champaign Multi Media Group LLC, an affiliate company of Community Media Group.
GOODLAND — The sixth annual Goodstock — Operation Restoring Hope Music Festival, scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 24 at Foster Park in Goodland, promises Rock N Roll from start to finish.
JASPER COUNTY — Former Indiana state Sen. Brandt Hershman’s wife, Lisa Hershman, was recently nominated by President Donald Trump to be the chief management officer of the Department of Defense.
FAIR OAKS — It is estimated that somewhere around 1,100 people attended the North American Manure Expo Event, hosted Wednesday and Thursday at Fair Oaks Farms.
RENSSELAER — Saint Joseph’s College’s second Purple Tie Dinner will be held at 5:30 p.m. July 27 at its Rensselaer campus. The dinner is at the Fr. Banet Core Education Center.
CAMDEN — A Carroll County couple is being charged with nine counts of animal cruelty after authorities discovered multiple dogs, cats and chickens living in what they describe as “putrid” and “deplorable” living conditions.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Fair announces five additional shows that will be part of the 17 total concerts that make up the 2019 Indiana State Fair Free Stage headline entertainment, which returns August 2-18. Each day of the State Fair features a concert that is free with paid fair ad…
MONTICELLO — Veterans, those currently serving and their family members are invited to take part in Monticello’s 15th Honor Our Veterans Boat Parade and Proud to be an American celebration next month.
Earlier this month, the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum and the Milan 54 Hoosiers Museum unveiled a limited edition series of bobbleheads commemorating Milan High School’s 1954 Boys Basketball State Championship. Milan High School’s unbelievable story was featured in the 1986 mov…
INDIANAPOLIS, July 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- JDA Worldwide (JDA), a full-service marketing agency, has named Phil Daniels its new President. Daniels comes to JDA as a co-founder of Springbuk, a health intelligence platform used by more than 3,000 employers. Previously, Daniels founded and led Tactic, a creative marketing agency that served ExactTarget/Salesforce, Herff Jones, McLaren Automotive and the State of Indiana.
Hoosiers who put off filing their 2019 federal and state income tax returns due to the coronavirus pandemic have just a few days remaining to get them in.
The Indiana Black Legislative Caucus is demanding prompt legal action in response to the alleged July 4 assault of a black man by several white men at a southern Indiana lake.
ALLENTOWN, Pa. - A large group gathered Saturday night in downtown Allentown to demand answers from the Allentown Police Department and Mayor Ray O'Connell about a video taken earlier in the day that showed an officer pressing his knee into a man's neck during an arrest. A video circulated Saturday night on social media showing officers arresting a man outside St. Luke's Hospital-Sacred Heart ...
Fans won't be in the stands. Games will be in one of two centralized locations instead of alternating between NHL teams' home rinks. And some competitors, like the Wild, will have to pass an entrance exam just to stick around. But the prize at the end of this unprecedented playoff pursuit, the Stanley Cup, hasn't changed. "I don't think it'll look the same, clearly," interim coach Dean Evason ...
LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen revealed Sunday he tested positive for the coronavirus but has recovered and is participating in training camp. Jansen had been one of the most notable missing players during the first weeks of camp, and the reason for his absence wasn't disclosed. Jansen said his young son was the first member of his family to test positive, but everyone ...
LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles County continued to report a surge in coronavirus cases Sunday, tallying 3,322 new cases of the virus and 18 related deaths. With that, the county has now recorded a total of more than 133,700 cases and 3,800 deaths. The continued rise comes as the death toll from the coronavirus in California soared above 7,000 over the weekend, with the infection rate continuing to ...