There was no drop off when Ryan Day replaced Urban Meyer as head coach at Ohio State in 2019.
Darius Leonard was a sophomore baseball player struggling to make a dent in his high school lineup when an assistant coach changed the course of his life.
Wisconsin finished off a season of high expectations in 2019 with four straight wins to close the regular season, a Big Ten West Division title and a trip to the Rose Bowl.
The Indiana Pacers will be without one All-Star and could be without another when they restart the NBA season inside the Disney Bubble outside of Orlando, Florida, on Saturday against the Philadelphia 76ers (7 p.m., Fox Sports Indiana).
As Power Five conferences scramble this week to adjust schedules in an effort to keep college football afloat this fall, the impact is being felt on school athletic programs throughout Indiana.
As the Colts began reporting for a training camp unlike any other in the team's history this week, adaptability seems to be the key to moving forward.
A statewide church organization has issued an apology for the recent appointment of a lay pastor who was convicted five years ago of official misconduct. After an outcry from church members, the pastor was removed.
A formal criminal complaint was filed in federal court Friday against a Kokomo woman police believe tortured and mutilated cats while live streaming the actions on social media.
An Iowa meth kingpin convicted of killing five people, including two children, was executed Friday afternoon at the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre Haute. It was the third time this week an inmate was put to death at the prison.
Twenty-two years after 16-year-old Jennifer Long went missing in western Missouri, her father saw the man convicted of kidnapping, raping and killing her executed Thursday morning at the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre Haute.
A Kokomo woman whom officials say tortured and mutilated cats and dogs while filming the actions on social media was arrested Tuesday afternoon during a raid of her residence just outside Kokomo.
Wesley Ira Purkey, a convicted rapist and murderer, was pronounced dead this morning at 8:19 a.m. after receiving a lethal injection in the federal execution chamber at the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre Haute.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt became the first American governor to announce Wednesday that he has tested positive for COVID-19.
Daniel Lewis Lee, convicted in the 1996 murder of three family members in Arkansas, was executed by lethal injection shortly after 8 a.m. Tuesday at the U.S. Penitentiary Terre Haute, Indiana. It was the first federal execution in 17 years.
The full skillset was on display. For Silver Creek standout forward Trey Kaufman, one of the best high school basketball players in Indiana, a summer tournament game with Indiana Elite gave him a chance to get up and down the floor and show his developing game.
Former Indiana and George Washington guard Maurice Creek is no stranger to making shots. As a freshman in 2009, Creek scored 31 points to lead the Hoosiers to a win over Kentucky at Assembly Hall.
With four months to go until divided America decides the presidential race, voters in the heartland are focused on an economy in trouble, the unending coronavirus pandemic and protests over racial injustice.
ATLANTA — After months of sparse information on how COVID-19 can impact pregnancy, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, based in Atlanta, has designated expecting mothers at higher risk of the virus.
GROVELAND, Mass. – This unpretentious Massachusetts town joined the national concern over racism this week when a white man resident told a young Black woman resident she made him feel unsafe driving through his neighborhood.
VALDOSTA – A 46-year-old Black man is south Georgia has sued the Valdosta, Georgia police department claiming excessive force in a Feb. 8 incident where he was mistaken for a suspect in a panhandling investigation. His attorney is calling the incident a civil rights violation.
TULSA, Okla. — As supporters poured into the BOK Center for President Donald Trump’s campaign rally late Saturday afternoon, a crowd of about 100 people in support of the Black Lives Matter movement gathered a mile away at Franklin Hope Reconciliation Park to peacefully protest the rally’s timing while voicing messages of unity and racial equality.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court denied a legal petition Friday requiring attendees at President Donald Trump's Saturday campaign rally in Tulsa to observe social distancing protocols and wear face masks.
STILLWATER, Okla. – The governing board of Oklahoma State University Friday ordered the removal of the name of the state’s 9th governor from campus halls because of his racist reputation.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court is expected to hear a case today arguing the president's Tulsa campaign rally scheduled for Saturday should be required to follow COVID-19 prevention measures.
Some events have the power of a match set to a mountain of dry wood. The video from Minneapolis, showing a police officer killing George Floyd in broad daylight, his knee pressed hard onto a handcuffed man’s neck as he pleads to live, all 8 1/2 minutes of it — this has been such an event.
Let’s not sugarcoat it. Your last semester in high school has gotten demolished by a global pandemic and it is wickedly unfair. Your graduation is now a drive-thru, your prom is imaginary, and instead of spending your last semester of senior year hanging out with your friends and taking a victory lap, you spent it in your bedroom doing classwork over Zoom and making Tik Tok videos.
Convicted killers David Sweat (left) and Richard Matt escaped in June 2015 from the maximum security unit at the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, New York.
MOODY, Ala. – A veteran Alabama police officer was shot and killed Tuesday night in a standoff between police and two suspects at the Super 8 motel in this suburban community 22 miles east of Birmingham.
This Week's Circulars
GILBERTSVILLE - Richard H. Walton, 94, of Gilbertsville passed away peacefully on Sunday, Aug. 2, 2020, at Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown. Dick was born on Jan. 13, 1926, in Morris and was a son of the late Charles and Annibell (Freeman) Walton. Dick proudly served his nation during W…
ONEONTA - Ruth G. Allen, of Oneonta and Brooklyn, passed away July 21, 2020. Ruth was the retired administrative director for the Cornell Cooperative Extension of NYC outreach education programs. She was a lifelong educator and an advocate for the members of her local community on multiple i…
RICHFIELD SPRINGS - James R. Casalere, 63, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, July 30, 2020, in his home. He was born on Feb. 15, 1957, in Cooperstown, son of the late Rocco V. and Ruth Nickerson Casalere. A lifelong Richfield Springs resident, he was a graduate of Richfield Springs High …
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- Living memorial to Black lives installed in downtown Oneonta
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