Toronto Blue Jays starter Mark Buehrle pitches to the Tampa Bay Rays during the first inning Saturday in Toronto.
Aniqua Chatman, 18, a senior from Emerson School for the Visual and Performing Arts stands to be acknowledged along with other local valedictorians Tuesday at the Radisson Hotel at Star Plaza during the 17th annual Scholastic Achievement Awards luncheon. More than 300 students from a dozen l…
Brytnie Jones and James Wellls, both 18 and seniors at Emerson School for the Visual and Performing Arts, act in a a skit about texting and driving Tuesday at the Radisson Hotel at Star Plaza during the 17th annual Scholastic Achievement Awards luncheon.
The Blue Jays' Rajai Davis, right, steals third base in front of White Sox third baseman Conor Gillaspie during the first inning of Thursday's game in Toronto.
White Sox starting pitcher Jose Quintana struck out seven Toronto batters in 6 2/3 innings of Wednesday's 7-0 win.
Fred Williamson, Kansas City Chiefs football, 1966.
Kathy Spicer, Indiana University Northwest admission counselor, talks with student Cassandra Carrillo during the Urban League's Scholarship Fair at the Genesis Center in Gary.
Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson speaks Thursday to students attending the Urban League's Scholarship Fair at the Genesis Center in Gary.
Morris Smith, a Banneker Honors Achievement Center student, left, talks with Gina Willis, an Ivy Tech admission counselor, during Thursday's Scholarship Fair at the Genesis Center in Gary.
Students browse various college booths Thursday at the Urban League's Scholarship Fair at the Genesis Center in Gary2.
Alexander Clinton, a Wirt-Emerson Visual and Performing Arts Academy student, fills-out an information card for Brown Mackie College during the Urban League's Scholarship Fair in Gary.
Digital Graphic Solutions employee Robert Mullenhour prints banners Monday for Indiana Dunes Tourism to help promote the Horizon League men's basketball tournament at Valparaiso University.
A poster in a window of the Greater Valparaiso Chamber of Commerce promotes the Horizon League men's basketball tournament. Businesses will display the posters around town after the posters are distributed in the next few days.
Digital Graphic Solutions President Mark Trumbull, right, and employee Robert Mullenhour print banners Monday for Indiana Dunes Tourism that will be installed on light posts near the Valparaiso University campus in preparation for the Horizon League men's basketball tournament.
Valparaiso University freshman Keenan Young, left, sells Horizon League men's basketball tournament tickets to faculty member James Old on Monday at the Athletics-Recreation Center on campus. Tickets for the lower sections were close to selling out Monday, said Cindy Eaton, VU ticket operati…
Cindy Eaton, Valparaiso University ticket operations manager, right, sells tickets for the Horizon League men's basketball tournament to Chesterton resident Wendy Scheidt on Monday at the Athletics-Recreation Center on campus.
Tonn and Blank Construction workers Josh Jordan, from left, Jeff Walter and Jake Wheeler build an additional media table courtside at the Valparaiso University Athletics-Recreation Center in preparation for the Horizon League men's basketball tournament.
Tickets for a potential Horizon League championship game at the Valparaiso University Athletics-Recreation Center wait to be distributed Monday at the university. If VU's men's basketball team wins its semifinal game Saturday, the Crusaders would play in the championship game Tuesday.
Wendy Scheidt, of Chesterton, peers through the Valparaiso University ticket office window Monday while buying tickets to the Horizon League men's basketball tournament.
Valparaiso public works employee Matt Johnson attaches a Horizon League men's basketball tournament banner last week to a light post along Sturdy Road in Valparaiso.
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