INDIANAPOLIS – That was more like it.
BLOOMINGTON -- IU announced Thursday that Election Day, Nov. 3, will be a mandatory off day for all athletic-related activities. The idea was first proposed by IU athletic director Scott Dolson and his predecessor, Fred Glass, on June 8 in an email to students and staff.
In the debut episode of Inside the Game with CNHI Sports, George Bremer and Bill Burt talk about Week 1 of the NFL and what to expect going forward; Kevin Brockway and Elton Hayes give their takes on the Big Ten opting to return to the gridiron; and Clay Horning shares his insight on the NBA…
The sun sets with a muted glow over Niagara Falls, New York, earlier this week, showing the effects of a milky sky caused by diffuse clouds of smoke from the West Coast wildfires traveling across the U.S. on jet stream winds.
WESTERN WILDFIRES, EASTERN SUNSET: Sun sets with a muted glow from diffuse clouds of smoke from West Coast wildfires traveling across the U.S. on jet stream winds.
Sun sets in Niagara Falls, N. Y., this week with muted glow against milky sky caused by smoky residue from the West Coast wildfires that traveled across the U.S. on jet stream winds.
SOUTH BEND — In 2014, a home-and-home football series was announced between Notre Dame and Texas A&M for the 2024 and 2025 seasons. When asked for comment on the announcement at that time, Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly said “I’ll be sipping a Mai Tai on the beach somewhere. Watching that game.”
BLOOMINGTON — Nick’s English Hut in downtown Bloomington has been a fixture on Kirkwood Avenue since 1927. Glass encased jerseys signed by former Indiana University football, basketball and baseball players adorn the walls on the bar upstairs.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Six years to the day after 46-year-old Tammy Jo Blanton was found mutilated in her Jeffersonville home, a jury heard the first testimony of details surrounding her death.
Without more federal support, nursing homes and long-term care facilities nationwide are on the precipice of financial ruin and closure, advocates for aging service providers said Wednesday.
BLOOMINGTON — Phil Westfall always looked forward to fall afternoons at Memorial Stadium, the excitement that comes with watching a new Indiana football season unfold.
BUNKER HILL – Miami Correctional Facility is on lockdown after nearly 60 inmates and five prison workers tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend.
There will be no fans in attendance when No. 1 overall pick Joe Burrow makes his home debut for the Cincinnati Bengals against the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday.
ALLEN COUNTY — Eleven of the 16 jurors and alternates needed for a six-year-old Clark County murder case have been seated, court staff confirmed before they broke for the day around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.
There were a few notable surprises when the first Notre Dame football depth chart for the 2020 season was released Monday, especially on the offensive side of the ball.
INDIANAPOLIS – Kemoko Turay will miss at least the first six weeks of the regular season, and Rodrigo Blankenship will be the Indianapolis Colts’ first rookie place-kicker to start the season since the franchise moved to the Circle City in 1984.
This time of year you might spot a monarch butterfly headed south to Mexico, or a butterfly 2-foot wide and made of plywood meant to stick around and lift the spirits of everyone who sees it.
NEW ALBANY — Just hours after Judson Hoover was charged with the murder of his wife, 38-year-old Rebecca Hoover, he walked into a Floyd County courtroom for an initial appearance — and pleaded guilty to killing her.
LOUISVILLE — Trainer Barclay Tagg, a former steeplechase rider, has conditioned a number of superstar horses, including five Kentucky Derby starters, over his 48-year career. However, the 82-year-old may be most remembered for Funny Cide, the New York-bred gelding he trained to an upset win over favorite, Empire Maker, in the 2003 Kentucky Derby.
Philip Rivers' unconventional mechanics defy football tradition -- and perhaps the laws of gravity -- but it's hard to argue with the veteran quarterback's results.
LOUISVILLE — This year has been a roller coaster ride for everyone, but in horse racing 2020 couldn’t have had more ups and downs as it has for the connections of Art Collector. Just as happenstance as they found their way into the Kentucky Derby, the opportunity was suddenly taken away by a minor event that would have normally passed with little fanfare.
Targeted city councilors plan to hire a law firm to challenge a recall petition in court if signatures are verified later this month, Ward 1 representative Kate Bierman said.
BUNKER HILL – The Indiana Army National Guard has been deployed to Miami Correctional Facility to held operate the prison following staffing shortages caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.
LOUISVILLE — The coronavirus pandemic has turned the world on its head. It’s touched nearly every aspect of life and altered annual traditions, including the Kentucky Derby.
This Week's Circulars
Viola Merle Hatley, 92, of Norman, passed away Friday, September 18, 2020. Services are pending with Tribute Memorial Care of Norman. Online condolences may be shared at www.tribute.care (405.292.4787).
Donald Sloan, 88 of Norman, passed away on September 14, 2020. No services scheduled at this time. Arrangements under the direction of Primrose Funeral Service.
- Mayor: Changes on table after unsafe game day gatherings
- UPDATED: Norman city clerk announces results of recall petition validation
- NPS releases report breaking down COVID-19 case, quarantine numbers at school sites
- UPDATED: Big Red execs charged with wire fraud conspiracy, forgery and ID theft
- Ward 2 Selection Committee recommends Sean Boyd
- UPDATED: Armed employee shoots robbery suspect
- Oklahoma reports 1,091 new COVID-19 cases, 68 in Norman
- Unite Norman sends councilor ‘cease and desist’ letter
- State reports 63 new COVID-19 cases in Norman, county remains at Orange Level 2
- Oklahoma reports 1,034 new COVID-19 cases, 30 in Norman