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Changes in FWCS policy trickle down to football

A big question this summer was how transportation cutbacks at Fort Wayne Community Schools were going to affect which sc ...

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Chance for thunderstorms today, Sunday

Isolated thunderstorms may occur late this afternoon and this evening across northeast Indiana, the National Weather Ser ...

Indiana

I-69 section expected to open by yearend

INDIANAPOLIS -- State highway officials remain confident the latest section of southern Indiana's Interstate 69 extensio ...

Murder guilty plea entered in Steuben

A 49-year-old Steuben County man pleaded guilty Friday morning to a single charge of murder in connection to the January stabbing of his sister. In exchange for his plea to murder, Jeffrey Peppler fac ...

Skydivers set formation record

OTTAWA, Ill. – Traveling at speeds of up to 240 mph, 164 skydivers flying head-down built the largest-ever vertical skydiving formation Friday over central Illinois, smashing the previous record ...

Germany ceases Nazi probe of US man

BERLIN – German prosecutors have shelved their Nazi war crimes investigation of a retired Minnesota carpenter whom The Associated Press exposed as a former commander in an SS-led unit, saying Fr ...

Boosting pickup

From tailgates to fishing trips to home improvement projects, you depend on your truck to take you from work to play and back again. With the right accessories, you can take your truck performance to ...

NY lawmakers divided on proposed Billy Joel highway

HICKSVILLE, N.Y. -- New York lawmakers are battling about whether to rename part of a Long Island road after Billy Joel.

US paychecks stuck in low gear

WASHINGTON – U.S. wages and benefits grew in the spring at the slowest pace in 33 years, stark evidence that stronger hiring isn’t lifting paychecks much for most Americans. The slowdown a ...

BMV mess spreads into private sector

Indiana has seen plenty of examples of the revolving-door effect, wherein public-sector officials move to private-sector jobs in fields related to their bureaucratic post. The state has tried to disco ...

South Bend father among many awaiting spy's prison release

South Bend native Jonathan Pollard, who was sentenced to prison for life for spying during the Reagan administration, may be released before the end of this year. Many will consider this to be justice ...