Romeo Langford continued to be as good as advertised Wednesday night against Marquette. But once again, his true freshman counterpart Rob Phinisee proved to be a catalyst for the Hoosiers on both ends of the floor.
Last year, when the Purdue basketball team traveled to the Bahamas for its exempt tournament, the so-called “Paradise Island” turned out to be anything but.
An investigation continues into Saturday's death of an inmate at the federal prison in Terre Haute. The manner of death of Robert David Neal, 68, was a homicide, Vigo County Coroner Susan Amos said Wednesday.
The question clearly stumped Frank Reich. He paused to buy a little time and then began a carefully worded response. But it was clear he was improvising. In fairness, it was a tough one.
Joining a chorus of Hoosier cities and counties, Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill has filed a lawsuit against Purdue Pharma alleging its misrepresentation of the risks and benefits of opioids played a role in the state's opioid crisis.
WEST LAFAYETTE — It's almost as if a boarding pass and passport have been prerequisites to gain entry to Purdue’s locker room lately, with a mix of players from different states and often different countries. There’s Carsen Edwards from Texas. Matt Haarms from The Netherlands. Emmanuel Dowuona from Ghana. The list goes on.
Barely a week has passed since the midterms, and it seems like a whole year has gone by. Due to lawsuits and claims of fraud in key states like Arizona, Florida and Georgia, it is still unclear as to what the final Senate, House and gubernatorial tally will be.
The paramedic and EMTs credited with saving the life of a rural Thorntown farmer whose legs were entangled in a combine were honored Tuesday with the presentation of the Witham Society Angel Award.
The Anderson Community Schools board of trustees has unanimously adopted a resolution approving a two-tiered contract with the Anderson Federation of Teachers, the district’s teachers union.
Twelve young Wabash Valley leaders who go above and beyond in giving back to their community received special recognition for their efforts Tuesday.
Progress was the word Tuesday as Chief Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson heard how local officials are working to resolve unconstitutional conditions at the Vigo County Jail.
Saturn Petcare, pending approval of its bid Tuesday before the Vigo County Redevelopment Commission, is slated to begin production of wet dog food in the first quarter of 2020 in the former Pfizer facility in the Vigo County Industrial Park, south of Terre Haute.
A former Pendleton Correctional Facility correctional officer sat for her initial hearing on Monday regarding sexual misconduct and trafficking charges.
This Week's Circulars
- The kid behind the smile: Tario Fuller weathered a rough childhood to find a home at Purdue
- Police: Miami Correctional prisoner stabs cellmate because of his snoring
- City to install ice skating rink at Kokomo Municipal Stadium
- Student disciplined after making threat at Central Middle School
- Military Appreciation Week discounts
- INDOT to install new signage at U.S. 35-Davis Road split after crashes
- GIRLS BB: NW handles Class 4A squad Carmel in home opener
- All-Hoosier Conference picks for soccer, volleyball and football
- Eliminating the food desert: Farmers' Market opens Winter General Store in Bind Cafe
- A monument transformed: Volunteers restore, paint Foster Park's iconic WWII Sherman tank