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Police are providing extra security at a central Indiana high school after authorities say a freshman wrote on Facebook that he wanted to harm people at school. The Daily Journal reports ( http://bit.ly/okN6X3 ) that the Indian Creek High School
Story continues below There will be footage of the former SAS trooper and survival instructor climbing Mount Everest (at age 23, he became the youngest Briton to reach the summit) as well as some of his more bizarre and gut-churning exploits. Grylls
What Oak Hammock eighth-grader Jose Valencia referred to as "a prayer" ended in a wild celebration for him and the rest of the Ospreys Wednesday night. Valencia's shot from about 25 yards out in overtime of the Lee County Middle School championship
A proposal to extend Trafalgar and Gleason parkways to Del Prado Boulevard is on next weeks agenda for a Cape Coral advisory board. Mayor John Sullivan is scheduled to bring it up Wednesday during the Transportation Advisory Commissions 9 a.m.
Time and again, Lexington Middle, thrilled to be playing for its first Lee County middle school girls volleyball championship, jumped ahead on the significantly smaller Trafalgar on Wednesday at Oak Hammock. And time and again, the Seafarers
It wasn't just the turnovers that hurt Bosse in the Class 3A regional Friday night at Indian Creek. It was what happened after the Bulldogs gave the ball away three times that made the difference in their 45-35 loss to the Braves. Indian Creek (12-1)
As the lead runner for the two-time defending cross country county champions, Stephen Fedec's worries might have come as a surprise to some. "I thought I was going to win, but I wasn't too sure when I saw those Oak Hammock kids," said the Lexington
Indian Creek quarterback Trey Reese hardly looked comfortable as he limped around the field Friday night. But the ones feeling the pain were the Heritage Hills defenders. The senior, who was playing with a sprained right ankle, threw for 251 yards
A man found whose motorcycle flipped over a guardrail near Indianapolis lay injured in a ravine for three days before a woman stumbled upon him, officials said. Raymond Lebo, 40, had to be removed from the ravine by helicopter.
When Patricia Griswold first heard what sounded like a voice, she thought her neighbor's cats might be in distress. Then she thought the voice might have carried from a passing car's radio. She walked a little farther, toward a ravine on her wooded