The district said it would give the Board of Education the opportunity to address a situation, for which the district has no current policy.
Tsarnaev was convicted and sentenced to death earlier this year for his role in the 2013 attack.
The event is meant to help those who may not be planning to get a flu shot because they’re uninsured or underinsured get vaccinated against the potentially deadly illness.
St. Joe Christmas tree farm opened up it’s doors for a 17th season.
Pence issued a directive Nov. 16 instructing state agencies to suspend the resettlement of additional Syrian refugees in Indiana.
The Brain Balance Center uses a unique approach to help students meet their potential by assessing how to challenge them academically, physically and behaviorally.
Authorities claim the 28-year-old Pendleton man had ingested marijuana before he ran a stop sign in Middletown on Sept. 10, 2013, and crashed.
The Planned Parenthood facility in Colorado Springs provides women’s health services and has long been the site of regular anti-abortion protests.
A man suspected of fatally shooting a police officer who was responding to a domestic dispute was in custody at a hospital on Sunday after a six-hour manhunt, police said.
The Saints beat East Central Saturday in Indianapolis to clinch the state title. The final score was 27-3.
Keith Smitt was first in line at the Best Buy at Apple Glen this year. He was also first in line last year when NewsChannel 15 first met him.
A woman sitting on her porch captured a photo of an officer with the FWPD helping out a boy in her neighborhood.
Indiana Artisan Holiday Marketplace features hundreds of artists, including one who brought his recipe for Zesty Turkey Salad on First News.
Before all the gingerbread houses arrived at the History Center, the Haupert family lets NewsChannel 15 in on the creative process.
Such work-sharing programs are already in place in nearly 30 other states, where businesses reach agreements with the state to reduce their employees’ hours as an alternative to laying them off.
Congress has to make a decision on a $1.1 trillion spending bill by Dec. 11.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is due to spend $4 million in 2016 to help farmers and others plant milkweed and other nectar-producing plants.
The Fancy & Staple shop sells uncommon goods including home, gift, paper and other accessories you would typically find at a store front in a bigger city.