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Five Lafayette teens were arrested in connection with a series of strong-arm robberies on the Purdue University campus in late October. Walter Akil Jones, 18, was charged with three counts of robbery with bodily injury and three counts of theft. Marqesse...
Tags: Prosecution, Theft, Juvenile Delinquency
A new football helmet, made right here in Central Indiana, could soon change the way youth football players are protected on the field. Despite rule changes and even state laws designed to protect against concussions in football, experts say children are...
Joyce Lain Kennedy - Careers NowDEAR READERS: Rolling media coverage of superstorm Sandy's unbelievable dumping of death and destruction on the East Coast leave millions of people wondering what's ahead in their rebuilding future. Winston Churchill, the man who led England to victory...
WEST LAFAYETTE -- Purdue University fraternity house is being shut down because of complaints about hazing and alcohol abuse. Officials say the Beta Theta Pi fraternity's national organization is suspending the Purdue chapter until May and that some...
Tags: Substance Abuse, Hazing
A Purdue University fraternity was suspended for violating the university’s alcohol and hazing regulations, announced officials Thursday. Beta Theta Pi, located at 150 Littleton St. will be suspended until May 4, 2013. Following their suspension,...
Every child wants to run around, ride a bike and just play in the park. Lucas Resch can't do those things. He was born with a birth defect that makes his left leg far shorter than his right. Traditional prostheses make his legs even, but do not give him...
South Bend TribuneEmily Ransom, 29, described political sentiment during the presidential elections of her college days as somewhat hidden — the discourse was there for those who sought it out, yet it wasn’t in your face. But Facebook was just emerging when...
SIOUX FALLS(AP) - It's a beautiful September afternoon, and there's no place Morgan Kontz would rather be than in her office - even though she's been working since dawn and likely won't get home until after dusk. Of course, her "office" is the cab of...
FARGO, N.D. - Andy Robinson doesn't pretend to have all the answers. But he promises to do his best to get them. I still have a lot to learn. But this is exactly what I want to be doing, he says. Robinson is the new potato extension specialist in...
Norman J. "Bud" Goldstone, a former aerospace engineer who devised and directed the 1959 stress test that saved the Watts Towers from the wrecking ball by proving that the world-famous landmark was structurally sound and safe, has died. He was 86....
Sun Sentinel columnistThree Things to consider on this sports Tuesday: Thing 1: My column in today's Sun Sentinel has already brought a lot of great feedback, not just from Orioles and Yankees fans but from anyone who has lost contact with an old friend. Glenn Sparks,...
If catastrophe struck the Chicago area, many thousands of evacuees would require transportation out of the disaster zone and a place to receive medical care, food and temporary shelter. Regional reception centers would be needed to pop into action...
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