Incoming freshman running back Sampson James has no regrets about enrolling early at Indiana last January.
RANDOLPH, N.H. – Grief and a search for answers as to the cause of a rural highway crash involving a convoy of 10 motorcycles and a pickup truck gripped the scene of the horrific accident in this northern New Hampshire community Saturday.
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – A kindhearted message on the tailgate of his pickup truck has made Cody Barlow, self-described straight county boy from Oklahoma, an unexpected poster boy for LGBTQ advocates.
Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard spent all of last spring and summer praising the potential of cornerback Kenny Moore II to anyone within ear shot.
Darius Leonard has a list of accomplishments he fell short of last season, and he'll recite them any time a reporter asks whether he remains hungry entering Year 2.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A judge has ruled that a Clark County man accused of murder and potentially facing the death penalty if convicted has the right to decide whether to pursue the insanity defense.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A man sentenced to 120 years for molesting 20 children between 3 and 8 years old in Jeffersonville has appealed his prison time.
A Madison County man whose moral stance against adoption by gay parents sparked national debate in the 1990s before he was convicted of molesting a foster child revealed Tuesday that he had molested three others under his foster care decades ago.
Even at 6-foot-1 and 160 pounds, Lawrence Central point guard Nijel Pack showed he wasn’t afraid to mix it up during the Indiana Junior All-Stars matchup with the Seniors on Wednesday night at New Castle Fieldhouse.
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. – It wasn’t quite a classic children’s story, but first responders from the local fire department nonetheless achieved beloved status recently for rescuing a high and dry brood of ducks in this northern New York community.
Near the end of a predraft workout with the Indiana Pacers, former Indiana University forward Juwan Morgan lined up behind the NBA 3-point line for a shooting drill.
The Indianapolis Colts were aware of a sexual assault allegation against rookie linebacker Bobby Okereke before selecting him in the third round of April's NFL Draft.
The Trump administration intends to slap a 5 percent tariff on every medium-sized car, avocado and other Mexican import beginning June 10, affecting nearly $1 billion worth of goods that crosses the border into the U.S. each day on average.
MANKATO, Minn. – James Michael McConnell and Pat Lynn McConnell will celebrate 48 years of marriage this summer as the proud first same-sex couple in the U.S. to be issued a marriage license.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A man who could face the death penalty if convicted of the 2014 murder of his ex-girlfriend says he does not want the insanity defense used at his trial.
Soybeans may not seem all that useful in a war. Nonetheless they’ve become China’s most important weapon in its ever-worsening trade conflict with the U.S.
Oklahoma State softball coach Kenny Gajewski made the media rounds as the Cowgirls are back in the Women’s College World Series for the first time since 2011.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – The Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo has reported paying $17.5 million to 106 child abuse victims who filed claims under a voluntary compensation program.
It is tempting for normal people to ignore our president when he starts ranting about treason and corruption at the FBI. I understand the temptation. I'm the object of many of his rants, and even I try to ignore him.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — When it was over, speaking about his team and his team's season outside the pro shop of The Blessings Golf Club after reaching the match play portion of the NCAA championships a fourth straight year, Oklahoma men’s golf coach Ryan Hybl sort of addressed all of it.
As freshman righty Gabe Bierman pitched the final three innings of Indiana’s Big Ten title-clinching win over Rutgers, the memories of his youth crept in.
Congratulations! You have saved for your child's education using a state 529 plan and built up a decent nest egg to send him or her off to school or college with minimal financial worries. Once a choice of school is made, you can apply the 529 funds toward the educational costs — but beware of these mistakes that parents make when first withdrawing from 529 plans.
Assuming the Process is Automatic – People are so used to the automated aspects of financial services that they expect 529 accounts to work in the same way. In the case of a 529 plan, you must request that the funds be withdrawn and direct them accordingly. Check with your 529 plan to verify the options. Typically, you can direct the funds to the school, beneficiary (student), or to the owner (parents). In all cases, you must initiate the withdrawal.
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KASOTA, Minn. – It wasn’t just another high school commencement for Frank and Connie Weber. The last of their 16 children received her diploma, ending a remarkable era of sibling graduations for the Weber family.
DELPHI, Ind. – A second day of desperate searching for a small boy playing in a park and carried away by a rain-swollen creek in this small northwest Indiana town turned up no sign of the youth, authorities said Friday.
NORMAN, Okla. — If there’s a severe weather watch issued anywhere in contiguous United States, it originates in Norman, Oklahoma.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Aspirations that the new conservative majority on the U.S. Supreme Court will overturn the decision legalizing abortion nationwide have energized Alabama Republicans to consider a clear-cut case.
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Clifford "Kip" Nordmeyer Sr., 79, husband of Gerry Nordmeyer, died June 22. Visitation is Wednesday, June 26, 4-7 p.m., at Meyers Funeral Home and funeral Thursday, June 27, 10 a.m., at St. Anthony, Morris. Full obit at www.meyersfuneralhomes.com
85, of Greensburg, formerly of Batesville, passed away June 10, 2019. Visitation: Friday 4-8pm with funeral service 1pm Saturday, all at Meyers Funeral Home, Batesville. Burial in Batesville Methodist Church Cemetery. Full obituary at www. meyersfuneralhomes.com
Donald J. Baechle Sr., age 88 of Bradenton, Florida, and formerly of Batesville, died Thursday, June 6, 2019, at his home. Born April 28, 1931, in Sunman, Indiana, he is the son of Ada (nee Herzog) and Charles Baechle. He married Darlene Siebert June 25, 1955, at St. Louis Church. Don went t…
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