Officials say the shooting appeared to have escalated from an argument.
The Indiana Senate has narrowly voted down a bill that would have legalized high-fenced preserves where farm-raised deer are hunted.
Lincoln died on April 15, 1865 after being shot by John Wilkes Booth the evening before while attending a play at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C.
Needle-exchange participants have received more than 1,500 clean needles and have returned nearly 560 used ones.
President George Bush proposed the No Child Left Behind Act in 2001.
The stretch of highway under dispute is the sixth and last leg of the half-built 142-mile I-69 extension between Evansville and Indianapolis.
The vote comes after thousands of contractors and union members gathered at the Statehouse Monday to rally against the measure.
The measure would create a city-wide ban except for emergencies. Hands-free use would be allowed.
With the weather turning warmer more of the vehicles are expected to be out on the roads.
With 90 offices across the world, Porter Novelli’s client list includes many household brands like UPS, T-Mobile, and Disney. The firm is also responsible for the anti-smoking “Truth” campaign.
Although we had a cool start to the Spring, an area farming expert is predicts planting season will bring a great yield this year. So much so you may start to see lower prices at the grocery store on certain items.
The driver struck a woman as she walked to a bus stop. The family says she is clinging to life.
Sunday afternoon a man shot and killed during an altercation where two officers were grazed by a bullet.
The decision came just hours after thousands of contractors and construction workers rallied against the measure Monday at the Statehouse.
Troopers with the Indiana State Police arrested a passenger on board a Megabus that had crashed earlier in the morning.
The lineup includes Meghan Trainor, Garrison Keillor, Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias and Jake Owen.
The Fort Branch Town Council approved a ban Wednesday on toys on its streets that will cost offenders $50 for their first offense and $100 for the second one.
Monday’s rally at the Statehouse falls on the same day that Senate members are expected to vote on the measure, which would eliminate the boards that set wages for state or local building projects.