The school presented the Laetare Medal to Biden and Boehner at the school’s commencement in Notre Dame Stadium.
The campaigns have taken in more than $12.7 million combined as of Monday since the beginning of last year.
“People couldn’t justify 40 hours a week to take a class when they could walk right across the street and get the job,” campus president Julie Foster said.
The coroner also said the teen was working for his uncle’s tree service company when the incident happened.
Water levels are roughly a foot above the 90-year average.
City-County Councilor Jeff Miller has heard people are bothered by the noise and says some kind of regulation may be needed.
Elkhart County already houses 91 inmates from Marion County.
The man was thrown from the ATV when it overturned on a county road Friday night.
The 51-year old McMillan has been with the Pacers for three years, was Seattle’s head coach from 2000 through 2005 and then moved down the coast to lead the Portland Trail Blazers for seven more seasons.
A statewide Silver Alert had been issued on Saturday for 78-year-old Richard C. Adams.
How can society balance the right to privacy with the needs of science and medical research?
In the last two years, a northern Indiana high school sold the naming rights to its football field to a bank for $400,000, its baseball field to an auto dealership, its softball field to a law firm, its tennis court to a philanthropic couple and its concession stands to a tire and auto care company and a restaurant.
The peppers were shipped to Indianapolis.
The panel is looking at all options for a new standardized test starting with the 2017-18 school year.
Lawmakers hoped to save money by revising the sentencing system and diverting low-level offenders out of state prisons and into local jails or programs.
In Indiana, bobcats became an endangered species in 1969, and then a protected species in 2005.
Investigators believe the man went out to target shoot in his backyard when he apparently tripped and the weapon fired a round that killed him.
A teenager who authorities say brought prescription medications to a party two northern Indiana brothers attended before dying of overdoses will serve jail time after pleading guilty to a drug charge.
Officials say the teenager is a special-needs student who re-entered the school after dismissal and attacked the teacher.
The police department will use a specific program to provide safety updates, emergency notifications as well as information about services and programs they offer.