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Jerry West, known as ‘The Logo’ of the NBA, dead at 86

Jerry Alan West, the Hall of Fame Los Angeles Lakers guard whose competitive fire and clutch performances earned him the moniker "Mr. Clutch," and...

Mid-States MSDC Mourns Founding CEO Donald E. Jones

Mid-States Minority Supplier Development Council (Mid-States MSDC) is saddened to announce the passing of founder Donald E. Jones. Jones, a native of Indianapolis, dedicated more...

The University of Indianapolis mourns the passing of Dr. Gene Sease

It is with heavy hearts that the University of Indianapolis acknowledges the passing of Dr. Gene Sease, who served as the fifth president of...

Bill Walton, Hall of Fame player who became a star broadcaster, dies at 71

By TIM REYNOLDS AP Basketball Writer Bill Walton, who starred for John Wooden's UCLA Bruins before becoming a Hall of Famer and one of the...

Carl Weathers, linebacker-turned-actor who starred in ‘Rocky’ movies and ‘The Mandalorian,’ dies

By MARK KENNEDY AP Entertainment Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Carl Weathers, a former NFL linebacker who became a Hollywood action movie and comedy star,...

Dexter Scott King, son of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., dies of cancer at 62

ATLANTA (AP) — Dexter Scott King, the younger son of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, died Monday after battling...

Radio icon and legend Jerry ‘The Loverman’ Wade passes away

Indianapolis’ airwaves dimmed Jan. 8 with the passing of radio legend Jerry "The Loverman" Wade. For nearly four decades, Wade's velvet voice serenaded numerous...

Pacers and Indiana basketball legend George McGinnis dead at 73

Indiana Pacers great George McGinnis, the 1969 Indiana Mr. Basketball who went on to a professional career that culminated in his enshrinement in the...

Bob Knight, legendary IU coach, dead at 83

Bob Knight, the legendary Indiana University men's basketball coach who won three national championships and retired as the all-time winningest coach in NCAA Division...

‘Shaft’ star Richard Roundtree, considered the first Black action movie hero, has died at 81

By JONATHAN LANDRUM Jr. AP Entertainment Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) — Richard Roundtree, the trailblazing actor who starred as the ultra-smooth private detective in several...
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