ARLINGTON, TX (WLFI) - Former Harrison Raider and Purdue pitcher Josh Lindblom made his second career start in the major leagues on Monday night with the Texas Rangers.
Lindblom pitched six innings. He gave up five hits and three runs while striking out six batters. Lindblom retired the final 10 batters that he faced in the game. Four of his six innings were perfect.
The Rangers were able to pick up the 6-3 win. Texas is 38-25 on the season.
The Attica Police Department is investigating after a 1-year-old Pit Bull is shot in her family's backyard.
An area school corporation said despite a scare early Monday morning, no one shot at a school bus, nor was a student bringing a gun to school.
One of the first deadlines in the Affordable Care Act marketplace is almost two weeks away. If you want health insurance through the marketplace to begin Jan. 1, you need to enroll by Dec. 23.