RENSSELAER — Calls to the Rensselaer Police Department of possible drug activity at a home on the 400 block of N. Weston Street in Rensselaer led to the arrest of two Rensselaer men on Tuesday.

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KENTLAND – One of the two individuals who have been charged with homicide for the Nov. 18, 2019 death of Nicole Bowen, whose body was found in a hunting shack in the area of CR 1275 S east of CR 600 W northwest of Kentland on March 30, 2019, is out on bail.

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REMINGTON — Four Indianapolis men were arrested in connection with a Saturday night shooting at a Remington gas station that left one person dead and another critically injured.

WASHINGTON - While some progressives are bullish about the outlook for the November election, Tatenda Musapatike surveys the political landscape and sees masses of unregistered voters who were supposed to be on the rolls by now, but for the pandemic. It is making her increasingly anxious, and she is not alone. "It is hard to overstate just how underwater voter registration is," said ...

SEATTLE - Yakima County Stadium, home of Yakima Bears of the Northwest League, Aug. 25, 2002. They have the largest hamburger I have seen, a { lb. family burger with a bun of at least 6 inches with the meat hanging out the side, for only $4.75. There is a group of fans on the 1st base side who hang up Ks when Yakima gets a strike out. Then they all chant to the opposing batter "One, Two, ...

NEW YORK - For baseball's GMs, summer camp 2020 is posing multiple dilemmas as they ponder down-the-road manipulations of their 60-man player pools. It seems as if every passing day there's a veteran player choosing to opt out of playing in 2020, and it's anyone's guess how many players will test positive for the coronavirus between now and the July 23 opening day. In the meantime, there are ...

At what point does someone in a position of authority in college football look at the unsteady footing we're all on with the coronavirus pandemic and say, "Why are we pretending to have the season as scheduled?" We've moved from how some sports could return to why they ever would in this pandemic. No big-time coach or conference wants to be the first to say so about college football, so ...