As part of National Bullying Prevention Month the fast food giant produced a video showing how customers in one of its restaurants reacted when teen actors staged a bullying incident involving another teen. Turns out most were more concerned about their food than the well being of the teen being bullied.
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The nation is closely divided on whether restricting firearms would reduce such mass shootings or homicides, though a majority favor tighter laws as they have for several years, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
An Ohio baby sitter who gave the anti-anxiety drug Xanax to a toddler before leaving to go shop and meet a friend at the movies has been sentenced to 22 years in prison for the child’s death.
The stakes are pretty high for the Colts (2-4), who are one game out of the AFC South lead.
Trubisky, the No. 2 overall pick in the NFL draft, attempted 41 passes in two games since taking over for Mike Glennon at quarterback.
Harvey Weinstein is now facing criminal inquiries in three cities after an Italian actress told Los Angeles detectives the disgraced film mogul raped her in a hotel room in 2013.
Two men were injured after a semi ran into the back of a dump truck that had stopped for a traffic light in the westbound lanes of U.S. 30 east of Columbia City Friday morning.
White House chief of staff John Kelly delivered an extraordinary denunciation of a Democratic congresswoman Thursday, accusing her of politicizing what he called a “sacred” presidential effort to console the grieving loved ones of a slain soldier.
A Rockford, Ohio man was arrested Thursday and charged with indecent exposure following an investigation into an incident in Celina earlier this month involving a young girl.
The Toyota brand came in first in this year’s rankings, followed by the company’s luxury Lexus brand. It’s the fifth year in a row that a Toyota brand has topped the survey. Kia, Audi and BMW rounded out the top five.
The students were found unconscious and drooling, and said they’d taken a yellow pill.
A two-story “Star Wars”-inspired Halloween yard display in Ohio is inspiring kids to pick up light sabers and attracting hundreds of visitors from across the state.
A Gary man has been arrested for murder in connection with the shooting deaths of two Gary women whose bodies were discovered in a burning car in Indianapolis.
Virtually no one is predicting a repeat of “Black Monday,” which was the stock market’s worst day in history and happened when conditions were different from today. But several worries are circulating underneath the market’s placid surface.
An Indiana State Police K-9 sniffed out 33 pounds of pot inside an SUV following a traffic stop on I-74 west of Cincinnati Wednesday afternoon.
Good Housekeeping is out with its top toys for 2017. The picks got the stamp of approval from some adorable experts.
The Chiefs take on the Raiders in tonight’s Thursday Night Football game on CBS and WANE-TV. Danielle Nottingham takes you inside the kitchen at the Coliseum in Oakland to find out what it takes to feed thousands of hungry fans!
An estimated one million vehicles were damaged in Hurricane Harvey. Tens of thousands of them are now parked in rows at a raceway just outside of Houston.
The Republican will be joined by Indiana’s First Lady Janet Holcomb and Indiana Secretary of Commerce Jim Schellinger. They are visiting Delhi, Bangalore, Mysore and Pune.
The driver was headed from Colorado to Ohio when the trooper spotted him speeding on I-70 in west central Indiana Wednesday morning.