Hundreds of people are without a pain doctor after the state medical licensing board voted to suspend Dr. Michael Cozzi’s medical license following allegations that he over prescribed drugs.
Former clinic manager Robin Paul resigned last April after a Christmas-time email she sent to staffers in December of 2014 surfaced in March of 2015.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McGrory signed legislation this week voiding a Charlotte ordinance that would have allowed transgender people to legally use restrooms aligned with their gender identity.
Investigators followed a trail of a woman from Laurel, Indiana to Tennessee and finally to a small town in south Texas.
The business was razed after a massive fire destroyed the building in November.
Volunteers are getting ready to serve 2,000 meals starting at noon this Sunday.
Brandon Lamar Phillips, 28, was shot while inside a car found on Bowser Avenue March 17.
Sara Wagner has joined the WHAS-ABC team in Louisville, Kentucky, as a multi-skilled journalist.
Bradley R. Gillespie, 42, has been charged with killing 21-year-old Hannah Fischer and Frank Tracy, Jr., 47.
Grammy-nominated blues-rock guitar icon Joe Bonamassa will perform at the Embassy Theatre on Dec. 2. Tickets go on sale April 1.
The route will crisscross across the state starting in September and with multiple stops at historically significant sites in northeast Indiana.
Political analysts James Carville and Mary Matalin spoke at IPFW as part of the university’s omnibus lecture series.
The Congressman toured the facility with his friend, Tom Kelley, who spent several days in the burn unit last year.
Speaking after meeting with Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel, Kerry said the “United States is praying and grieving with you for the loved ones of those cruelly taken from us, including Americans, and for the many who were injured in these despicable attacks.”
Police arrested 21-year-old Ricky L. Randol on multiple charges Thursday night.
Clean up crews endured a long, wet day as they restored about 40 grave markers at a Columbia City cemetery.
That ‘wad’ added up to $9,000.
Crime Stoppers has received several tips, but no arrests have been made in the case. FWPD say it’s still waiting on evidence to be processed from the crime, as well.
The bill makes Indiana the second state to ban abortions because of fetal genetic abnormalities such as Down syndrome.
New event offers city sights and jazz sounds.