Fallout over the RFRA sparked boycotts of Indiana and led lawmakers to revise its language to address concerns that it could be used as a legal defense for discrimination.
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Blue Bell Creameries is pulling all of its products off the shelves after samples of its ice cream tested positive for the potentially deadly listeria bacteria.
If sentenced to death, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev would ultimately be brought to the United States Penitentiary in Terre Haute where federal executions take place..
Indiana State Police urged drivers to use an alternative route during the morning commute after an accident near the exit for northbound Interstate 69.
A local woman is working to change state law after learning her stalker was being released early from prison with hardly any notice.
April 20th is Holocaust Remembrance Day, and 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
A New Haven man died Monday evening after crashing his car into a concrete embankment in Wells County. Police believe he had been drinking.
The zoo has planned a season-long 50th birthday celebration with lots of old favorites and plenty of new attractions.
Police found the mother’s body in a home in Gary last week and her 3-week-old daughter in the care of her alleged killer’s sister.
Rusty is a 2 year old neutered male, black and tan Dachshund. He has been at the shelter since April 14, 2015.
If you are interested in adopting this pet please contact Fort Wayne Department of Animal Care and Control (260-427-1244).
The Megabus crashed with a semitrailer on Interstate 65 in central Indiana last week, injuring 19 people.
Tuesday in Yamanashi, Japan, a Japan Railway maglev train hit 603 kilometers per hour. In miles per hour, that translates to 374 mph, setting a new world record.
A South Carolina sheriff stated that the student was questioned about his intentions and investigators were able to find material related to the tragedy at Columbine on a social media site of his.
The life-or-death phase in the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev opened Tuesday with a prosecutor telling the jurors they will come to know the four people killed and “why their lives mattered.”
The little man played some ball and ran around UConn’s indoor facility with boundless energy. One of his newest teammates, Carson Cross, was impressed.
A Tennessee spot has some people asking if a swingers club is posing as a church.
One social media post shows a man missing a portion of his upper lip. He explains that the injury happened after the glass container he was sucking exploded.
Westville Correction Facility spokesman John Schrader tells WSBT-TV that water had been restored to six or seven of the prison’s 25 housing units by Monday afternoon.
An aide for Gov. Mike Pence says only about 3,800 people statewide would be eligible for drug testing and it would cost the state about $1.8 million to implement.