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Slain family man called 'true hero'

PAULDING, Ohio – To Brandon Schang, he was the neighbor kid who loved Houston Astros baseball, Duke University bas ...

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Today's world feeds cybercrime

Lee Rottinghaus receives the typical pile of paperwork when she visits a doctor’s office. Like other patients, she ...

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Sanders: Time for positive revolution

More than 200 people showed up on a local college campus to receive marching orders for what their leader says is a poli ...

Slain family man called 'true hero'

PAULDING, Ohio – To Brandon Schang, he was the neighbor kid who loved Houston Astros baseball, Duke University basketball and Garth Brooks. To a former classmate, he was the quiet boy she’ ...

60 donors lay out third of '16 campaign cash

WASHINGTON – It took Ted Cruz three months to raise $10 million for his campaign for president, a springtime sprint of $1,000-per-plate dinners, hundreds of handshakes and a stream of emails ask ...

Driving big cat to extinction

A Florida panther this week was struck and killed by a car in Collier County. Florida motorists have killed 17 of the big cats so far this year. Given that the best estimates put the remaining wild pa ...

Green Frog knee-deep in changes

The phrase, “The more things change, the more they stay the same,” doesn’t really apply when it comes to restaurants. When a place changes its looks, its menu, its staff or its owner ...

In a frenzy to find it, buy it

In the Fort Wayne area, sales of existing homes are up. Median home prices are way up, and the percentage of list price garnered at sale is up. When it comes to the local real estate market, what coul ...

Wal-Mart workers grow with company

Julie Hirsch started her job at Wal-Mart, one of the nation’s largest retailers, the same way its CEO Doug McMillon did – as a part-time worker. Hirsch said she was earning $7.65 an hour l ...

Benefits get raises instead of pay

Once a staple of the American workplace, the annual raise is turning into a relic of the pre-crisis economy as companies turn to creative – and cheaper – ways to compensate their employees ...

Licensing rollbacks being driven by dogma

Gov. Mike Pence killed a bad idea before it had a chance to become reality, but Hoosiers need to know the details behind the latest ill-conceived deregulation plan. Political ideology threatened to tr ...