Federal agents arrested the man after a nearly two-hour standoff at his Lake Avenue home. He reportedly attempted to commit suicide.
A probable cause affidavit says doctors at an Indianapolis hospital found blistering burns to the face and upper torso of the 18-year-old mom’s infant on March 5.
The 20-week ban is based on the assertion that fetuses can feel pain then, which opponents characterize as scientifically unsound.
Economists expect that the U.S. central bank will raise interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to visit Asia.
Chinese leader calls for all parties to return to talks.
The records were obtained by Pulitzer prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston, who said he received the documented unsolicited, in the mail.
Councilman Glynn Hines calls for the city to delay the demolition of the Bowser Buildings on Creighton Avenue. City officials said demolition will began Thursday and will take months to complete.
A new marketing effort launched Tuesday rebrands the American shore of the falls as a natural playground to be explored on foot, bike, boat or helicopter.
Airlines dropped free sandwiches and other meals in economy on domestic flights after brutal downturns in 2001 and 2008. American Airlines Group Inc. earned $2.7 billion last year.
Adams Central Community Schools has been dealing with brown water for nearly three weeks, but the town’s utility superintendent said the Indiana Department of Environmental Management never notified him of issues.
Monday’s hijacking was the first such seizure of a large commercial vessel off Somalia since 2012. The ship was anchored Tuesday off the town of Alula.
Only 76 percent of flights on leading airlines arrived on time in January, down sharply from 81.3 percent a year earlier.
In the two days after the U.S. election in November, the number of Americans who visited New Zealand’s Department of Internal Affairs website to find out about citizenship was up more than tenfold from the same two weekdays a month earlier.
Ohio’s education and accountability plan replaced No Child Left Behind. The plan wouldn’t reduce standardized testing of students.
The state will issue “dashboard”-style report cards with each school’s performance on state tests and other information.
Police interviewed 11 females who reported they had sex with the man. Three of the women have been diagnosed with HIV.
Several viewers wrote in saying they helped with the sandbagging efforts during this flood.
Donnelly, who called himself “the hired help,” will update Hoosiers on his work and answer their questions from on Sunday, March 19 at Emens Auditorium in Muncie.
A project involving the improvement of several bridges on I-69 in Allen, DeKalb and Steuben counties is scheduled to begin on Monday according to the Indiana Department of Transportation.