The third installment in Sony’s animated series, “Smurfs: The Lost Village,” made its box-office debut in third place, with $14 million — far behind family-friendly holdovers “The Boss Baby” and “Beauty and the Beast.”
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An Evansville firefighter who died on duty nearly 90 years ago finally has a headstone.
Officials say a 30-year-old Indiana prisoner who started a fire in his cell has died.
An Indiana service dog has been given the responsibility of carrying forth the name of a local hero and comforting a family still stricken with grief.
East Allen County and Southwest Allen County School board meetings will be held Tuesday.
More than half of U.S. states have increased their cigarette taxes in the past 10 years, including other conservative states, but in Indiana, where more than 20 percent of adults say they smoke, lawmakers haven’t touched the current 99-cent a pack tax since 2007.
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education extended the deadline by about a month, making April 15 the final day to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
A project in Ohio to turn shipping containers into homes for traveling artists is moving ahead.
An October leak by the group included information that experts said might identify computers used to obscure U.S. electronic eavesdropping.
An effort was launched to help connect Carrier and Rexnord employees with resources they may need as layoffs start later this year.
A pair of Massachusetts students are facing animal cruelty charges after mutilating a mouse and posting the images on social media.
A historical marker was put on display in honor of IndyCar racer Bryan Clauson who died after a racing accident in August 2016.
Officials said they aren’t sure how many shots were fired or what the shooter’s motive was. However, police believe the three teens were targeted.
An Ohio jury has convicted a man with a history of arsons of setting fire to the Cleveland apartment building where he lived.
Highway officials from both Kentucky and Indiana are urging drivers to “stay alert, move over, and slow down” for the inspection crews.
Spanish police say 1,200 Portuguese students have caused tens of thousands of euros in damages during a stay at a hotel on the country’s southern coast.
The attack in the Nile Delta town of Tanta was the latest in a series of assaults on Egypt’s Christian minority, which makes up around 10 percent of the population and has been repeatedly targeted by Islamic extremists.
Animal Control says a South Dakota city ordinance requires all pets to be leashed or restrained in public and that pet snakes can be held or kept in a container to comply.
The museum is installing solar panels on its roof, part of a project aimed at lowering the energy costs of one of the city’s largest electric customers.
Authorities are investigating after a man in a downtown Danville construction lift was electrocuted.