One person was hospitalized Friday afternoon after a crash in the south part of the city.
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Police say he shot Trooper Chad P. Dermyer, 37, multiple times Thursday in Richmond before he was killed by two other troopers.
The National Weather Service said the tornado was only on the ground for about 50 yards – enough, though, to damage a trucking company near Lafayette.
Investigators found evidence of child pornography after a search warrant was served at the man’s rural Ohio home which led to the grand jury indictment.
On Sunday, two adults and two children were hospitalized after their SUV flipped on its top when it crashed on I-69 at the Lower Huntington interchange.
Even General Motors, which has been cutting back on sales to rental car companies, saw a slight sales increase and said its retail sales to individual buyers rose 6 percent in March.
University spokesman Paul Browne says Notre Dame has never revoked an honorary degree and doesn’t plan to do so for Cosby alone.
The University of Maryland on Friday acknowledged the “shortcomings” of its study that touted the benefits of a small company’s chocolate milk in improving the cognitive functions of high school football players.
IDEM is offering Indiana residents free testing of their private wells as part of a push to document the state’s ground water quality.
Tesla unveiled the Model 3 on Thursday night at its Los Angeles design studio. It doesn’t go on sale until late 2017, but in the first 24 hours that order banks were open, Tesla said it had more than 115,000 reservations.
After standout careers at Concordia High School and Purdue, Parker founded Maximum Sports Management 30 years ago in Roanoke and represented superstars such as Deion Sanders, Emmitt Smith and Fort Wayne’s own Rod Woodson.
Women, and some men, are using Facebook to troll Gov. Pence about the state’s new abortion law.
Police opened fire on a man wanted for a probation violation for marijuana possession after he pointed a gun at officers.
Keith See is calling the Fort Wayne’s homeless encampment sweeps unconstitutional and discriminatory.
More than 1,700 pain patients are without a doctor following the suspension of Dr. Micheal Cozzi’s medical license.
A third person was hospitalized Thursday as police investigate what appears to be overdoses of synthetic benzodiazepine.
Trooper Chad P. Dermyer, 37, died after being shot multiple times, according to Virginia State Police Superintendent Col. Steven Flaherty. The civilians, both women, sustained injuries that were not life-threatening, State Police spokeswoman Corinne Geller said.
635 students and staff were tested in February after water tests in November showed elevated lead levels in drinking water from a classroom’s sink at Eastern High School.
The lack of change is noteworthy because autism estimates had been steadily increasing. In 2007, the government estimated only 1 in 150 children had autism.