The study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety showed that 4 out of 5 people say they don’t use the seat belt in the back seat.
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The project began in December of 2016 with the goal of raising the road high enough to keep it from being flooded by the St. Mary’s River.
The Indiana State Fair said Thursday it’s decided with North American Midway Entertainment to not operate the Fire Ball ride.
Atlanta-based Coca-Cola Co. says Coke Zero Sugar will start hitting shelves in August.
The J-turn is a part of Governor Eric Holcomb’s Next Level Roads Plan.
Judge John Surbeck handed Jamarcus Cain a 6-year sentence for shooting a woman “on purpose.”
Coroner spokesman Brian Elias says they are investigating Bennington’s death as an apparent suicide but no additional details are available.
Kenny Rogers, who is retiring from touring, says his final performance with Dolly Parton will be part of an all-star farewell show in October.
Colerain Township Police Chief Mark Denney said investigators only have speculation about why the woman claimed to be pregnant, but he did not disclose the speculation.
A car was heading west on Pontiac Street and a truck was going north on Lafayette Street when the driver of the white car suffered a medical condition and ran the red light.
The northbound lanes near the GM plant have been closed since around 5:30 a.m.
Fort Wayne police were called to Parkview Hospital after a 17-year-old showed up with wounds to his arm early Wednesday morning.
Ferguson Mayor James Knowles III was joined by Michael Brown’s father at a news conference to announce that the plaque will be placed in the road where the shooting occurred.
Despite their savings at the gas pump, consumers have slowed rather than increased their spending.
The Purdue University Board of Trustees is expected to make a decision this week on a proposal to freeze tuition.
The train safety technology uses GPS, wireless radio and computers to monitor train position. It can automatically brake to prevent derailments due to excessive speed, collisions with other trains, trains entering track where maintenance is being done or going the wrong way because of a switching mistake.
Police are investigating a double fatal accident on U.S. 224 in Huntington County involving a semi and a car that took place Wednesday morning.
Zhanelle Link was on Christmas break and a senior at New Haven High School when she disappeared Monday, December 29, 2014.