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Holiday travelers prepare to hit road

For Wendy Bentz, this weekend will mark the beginning.  The beginning of some uninterrupted family togetherness, th ...

Racing

Jeff Gordon to join Fox in 2016

Jeff Gordon will join Fox as a full-time NASCAR analyst in 2016, teaming with Mike Joy and Darrell Waltrip. He will repl ...

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Victims of Indiana 101 crash identified

Two Grabill girls have been identified as the victims of Thursday's crash at Indiana 101 and Campbell Road in northeast ...

Van-semi crash leaves 2 dead, 2 seriously hurt

A midday drive for four family members turned into a scene of deadly destruction when a semi slammed into their minivan Thursday afternoon in northeast Allen County. Two girls were left dead after th ...

Ex-boyfriend sentenced 8 years in beating woman

A 42-year-old New Haven man was sentenced to eight years in prison Thursday after he admitted to battering his ex-girlfriend. According to court documents, Michael Ladig beat the woman, choking her i ...

Compromise offered on NSA changes

WASHINGTON – The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee floated a compromise Thursday that would end bulk collection of phone records by the National Security Agency after a two-year tran ...

Documentary goes beyond fashion's runways

‘Dior and I’1/2 According to legend, the ghost of Christian Dior haunts the Paris fashion house. At night, when the security guards lock up, some say they feel ... something, as though th ...

Wilson's comments put eyes on true age

On Monday, “Pitch Perfect 2” actress Rebel Wilson took to Twitter after what she called the “shady Australian press” claimed she was not 29, but 36. Oh, and that her name wasn& ...

CVS deal: More elderly care on horizon

CVS Health will pay more than $10 billion for pharmaceutical distributor Omnicare in a deal primed to feed its fast-growing specialty drug business and tap a lucrative and growing market: care for th ...

Best of class

If the latest class of college graduates is overwhelmed by the culmination of their academic careers and the prospect of what lies ahead, at least the rest of us can enjoy the bits of wisdom – a ...

In the art of the City

There’s a long tradition of artists and architects using their work to mark a passage from one kind of space to another or to distinguish an area from its surroundings. Sometimes that passage is ...