The first lady has said she will continue, after she and her husband leave on Jan. 20, to work on issues she championed as first lady. They include education, fighting childhood obesity and support for military families.
All 538 electors met in their respective state capitals in December to cast their votes. Friday’s vote count made it official.
Two Indiana state troopers are recovering from minor injuries after being struck along the interstate while inside their cars.
Officers found two side-by-side UTV’s, eight ATV’s, six trailers, snowmobiles, go-carts, golf carts, motor-cross motorcycles, and mini-bikes, likely stolen.
The gunman was identified as 26-year-old Esteban Santiago of Anchorage, Alaska, who served in Iraq with the National Guard but was demoted and discharged last year for unsatisfactory performance.
One of the busiest crossings along the U.S.-Canadian border has been closed as authorities in Quebec investigate a possible bomb threat.
Roof faces life in prison or execution for killing nine black church members in a racially motivated attack in 2015. He is representing himself during the sentencing phase of his trial.
The Interior Department said it denied six pending applications in part because Obama has blocked Atlantic drilling under a five-year offshore drilling plan finalized late last year.
The four black suspects were charged for hate crimes against a white suburban teenager, kidnapping and battery. They were to make their first court appearance Friday.
The bear was last seen Nov. 20 in the Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge north of Madison.
Though the unemployment rate rose to 4.7 percent from a nine-year low of 4.6 percent, it did so for an encouraging reason: More people began looking for work.
Its forecast called for 4 inches or more of snow for parts of Georgia, South Carolina and the piedmont and foothills of North Carolina.
President-elect Donald Trump said he wants his administration to develop a plan in its first 90 days to “aggressively combat and stop cyberattacks.”
Defense Attorney, Michelle Kraus, explains what is involved in a death penalty trial. Kraus represented Simon Rios who faced the death penalty in Allen County more than a decade ago.
A 21-year-old Muncie woman pleaded guilty in connection with the death of her infant son.
Construction on the 57,000 square foot facility was started in the summer of 2015 to help solve inmate overcrowding issues. The old jail was only able to hold 60 inmates at a time, whereas the new jail will hold 189 inmates.
Holcomb wants to focus on jobs by investing $1 billion to make Indiana an innovation hub over the next ten years. He also wants to improve workforce readiness by changing state testing, and doing away with the state superintendent, and appointing a secretary of education.
Eric Holcomb, who takes office next week, said he believes local officials — not the state — should be able to authorize needle exchanges, a move he characterized as a “prudent step.”
Houses where the new section of road will be located are set to be demolished by mid-April 2017.
An uptick in minutes has meant and uptick in production recently for former Indiana University standout Christian Watford of the Fort Wayne Mad Ants.