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Horrific stories came out of Afghanistan in the past couple of weeks as U.S. forces worked to withdraw from a country where they had been at war for 20 years. On Aug. 23, pictures taken at the airport in Kabul showed people desperate to flee Taliban rule falling to their deaths as they clung…

FLORA — A Flora house fire in November 2016 that killed four young girls and injured three others was ruled incendiary on Saturday, according to a press release from the State Fire Marshal's Office, part of Indiana's Department of Homeland Security.

Five years into Andrew Luck's career, little has changed besides the size of his paycheck. Any hopes the Colts harbor of competing for an AFC South title and a postseason berth rest heavily on his right arm.

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Wearing a gold and black No. 33 jersey, freshman punt returner Jackson Anthrop backpedaled into position at the 50 yardline. “Danny! Danny! Danny!” Purdue running backs coach DeAndre Smith yelled, like a parent momentarily mixing up his kids’ names.

Chuck Pagano usually can find a silver lining in any situation. So the Colts head coach's ashen countenance following Saturday night's preseason loss against Philadelphia spoke volumes.

The Toyota RAV4 was an early pioneer in crossover vehicles in the 1990s, helping spawn a segment that has exploded to become today’s most popular form of family-friendly transportation.

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Like human sled dogs, 10- and 12-person teams from Madison and Delaware counties competed Saturday to pull 8-ton tractor-trailers, raising more than $20,000 for United Way.

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Fred Glass is beginning his eighth season as the Indiana University athletic director after taking over the program at a time when the Hoosiers were reeling from the mess that Kelvin Sampson had left in two short years as the IU men's basketball coach. Facility improvement has been a major part of Glass’s legacy to date at IU, and with many more projects on the horizon this will continue to be the case.

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