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  • Victor Oladipo relishes every trip back to Indiana

    Victor Oladipo relishes every trip back to Indiana
    A knee injury will force Victor Oladipo to watch from the bench Friday night while his Orlando Magic teammates face the Indiana Pacers in a preseason game. But Oladipo will savor the trip to Indianapolis anyway. Oladipo has never forgotten that the...
  • Gary Donatelli — and his sports movie — can go home again

    Gary Donatelli — and his sports movie — can go home again
    It has been 45 years since Gary Donatelli walked on to the football field at Glenbrook North High School, where he was good enough to snare a scholarship to Indiana University. "There's nothing like high school sports," he said in a phone interview,...
  • Walking is the superfood of fitness, experts say

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Walking may never become as trendy as CrossFit, as sexy as mud runs or as ego-boosting as Ironman races but for fitness experts who stress daily movement over workouts and an active lifestyle over weekends of warrior games, walking is...
  • Rights groups blast life sentence for Uighur scholar in China

    BEIJING A Chinese court convicted a moderate Uighur scholar of separatism and sentenced him to life in prison Tuesday following what human rights advocates called "a show trial" likely to worsen ethnic tensions in the far west of China. The scholar,...
  • Cunninghams bring happy days to Whitehall; UConn visits Lafayette

    Cunninghams bring happy days to Whitehall; UConn visits Lafayette
    Whitehall's roster is starting to look like an episode of "Happy Days" — filled with Cunninghams. Senior Kourtney, sophomore Kylee and freshman Kassidy Cunningham mark the front line for the Zephyrs (6-1-1). Freshman cousin Caitlin Cunningham...
  • Lake sheriff's Explorers win crisis, hostage category at national competition

    TAVARES — Teens from the Lake County Sheriff's Office Explorer program recently took first place in the crisis and hostage category at the national competition in Indiana. The students were among more than 2,500 Explorers from the U.S., Puerto...
  • Indiana university lifts campus lockdown

    LOUISVILLE Ky. (Reuters) - Indiana University Southeast lifted a brief campus lockdown on Thursday, after what was thought to be a man with a gun turned out to be someone with an umbrella. "The suspect has been located and the reported weapon has been...
  • Police culture must change to prevent future Fergusons

    BLOOMINGTON, Indiana The recent spate of white policemen killing unarmed black men is not a new development. It is an all too familiar narrative that accounts for the black-white racial divide in public opinion polling about these abhorrent acts. A...
  • Money-smart kids: wisdom from our summer interns

    Every year at the end of the summer I take our Kiplinger interns out to lunch and ask them two general questions: What did you learn about personal finance during your time with us, and what advice would you give your fellow college students about...
  • Kristin G. Bagull, partner, Arnstein & Lehr

    Kristin G. Bagull, partner, Arnstein & Lehr
    Chicago law firm Arnstein & Lehr has hired Kristin G. Bagbull as a partner in its Estate Planning & Probate Administration practice in Chicago. Her practice is focused on taxation and estate planning, and she advises clients on aspects of asset...
  • Dementia patients continue to get medications with little, no benefit

    Dementia patients continue to get medications with little, no benefit
    More than half of nursing home patients who suffer severe dementia and are likely to die within a year or two are administered medications that offer little to no benefit and may cause pointless discomfort, a new study finds. The latest research,...