First, let’s be clear, Second Impact Syndrome (SIS) is extremely rare. I know of only one documented case in the last 25 years in Indiana.
According to Greek mythology, Achilles was an invincible warrior during the Trojan War.
BURNS HARBOR | A worker from the ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor coke plant was injured Friday.
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NEW YORK | Doc Rivers left home for the holiday, lost the game, and loved every minute of it.
LAKE FOREST | The NFL's oldest rivals are spicing up their Sunday showdown with some serious trash talk.
This new machine, called the off-axis neuromuscular trainer, is an offshoot of the trusty elliptical trainer that has been a workout favorite for decades.
The one convergence for our baseball teams is a goateed former OBP guru who was a folk hero with his last two teams and would be once again if he played in Wrigley Field.
Despite an uptick in the rate workers in the agricultural and health care sectors got sick or hurt on the job last year, the Indiana Department of Labor said Thursday the average for all industries around the state was flat from 2010.
With the high school football playoffs underway, the season is over or about to be for most teams on both sides of the state line.
LAKE FOREST | Bears general manager Phil Emery defended Jay Cutler as a franchise quarterback Wednesday and shrugged off recent sideline incidents with left tackle J'Marcus Webb and offensive coordinator Mike Tice.
Perhaps you don't recall the play. It was late in the January season finale against the Vikings when Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher and safety Major Wright arrived at the same spot in the end zone at the same time.
INDIANAPOLIS | Andrew Luck knows life in the NFL can't be this easy for a rookie.
LONDON | Their closest rivals were still on the floor competing when the Chinese whipped out five big gold stars and held them up in the shape of their flag.
SOUTH CHICAGO HEIGHTS | A long-standing Burger King restaurant in South Chicago Heights was destroyed by fire Wednesday night.
Boone Grove softball pitcher Kaitlin Stone endured a surgical procedure to repair her skull after being hit above the right temple with an errant throw during a traveling team practice. The surgery involved more than 200 stitches, two steel plates and 13 screws.
Boone Grove softball pitcher Kaitlin Stone was hit in the temple by an errant throw in practice two summers ago. She's now back to a healthy status for the team, and she'll play in Friday's opening round of the PCC Tournament.
Boone Grove softball pitcher Kaitlin Stone is 6-4 this season with a 2.68 ERA. She has 37 strikeouts in 62 innings pitched.
Boone Grove softball pitcher Kaitlin Stone is also adept at the plate. She's hitting .449 with three doubles, two triples and 12 RBIs.
Boone Grove softball pitcher Kaitlin Stone was hit in the temple by an errant throw in a traveling team practice two summers ago. Doctors said that if the fracture occurred a quarter inch in either direction the injury might have been fatal. She's now back to a healthy status for the team, a…
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