An animal described as being as long as 7 feet snatched the couple’s little boy as he waded in shallow water around nightfall Tuesday.
The university is displaying $575,000 worth of early American art that was stolen from a man 20 years ago, according to a lawsuit filed by the man’s son.
The solar farm will go on a portion of a former Continental Steel plant, which underwent a federal project costing more than $40 million to demolish.
The announcement came two days after officials said they had found the wreckage of the Airbus A320 and had started mapping its debris on the seabed.
A suburban township has settled a lawsuit by Indiana-based adult club owners who had planned to open a swingers club in southwest Ohio.
Voters who received a second postcard have until Aug. 5 to confirm or update their voter information. Voters who don’t respond by Aug. 5 will have their record put on the inactive list.
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Sanders said in a capstone address to his political followers online that the major task they face is to “make certain” Trump is defeated.
Nine black parishioners at an Emanuel AME church bible study were gunned down on June 17, 2015.
The musician was taken to a hospital in unknown condition.
The owner of Ranger Supply said the store typically sells 3 AR-15’s in a week. This week the store sold 48.
After a near 15-hour Democratic filibuster on gun control in the U.S. Senate, Indiana politicians are stating their stances on gun legislation.
Buddy joined the Warsaw Police Department in 2006.
Sorenson turns 19 next month. Her family is planning a private gathering.
Fort Wayne Police described the 15-year-old victim in Wednesday’s shooting as a ‘good kid.’ Neighbors like the neighborhood, but said they feel a little less safe.
Democratic Mayor Jim Kenney sold the city council on the idea with a plan to spend most of the estimated $90 million in new tax revenue next year to pay for prekindergarten, community schools and recreation centers.
McCain, who lost to Obama in the 2008 presidential election, spoke to reporters in the Capitol Thursday while Obama was in Orlando visiting with the families of those killed in Sunday’s attack and some of the survivors.
While there is no immediate threat to the parade, additional officers have been dispatched out of “an abundance of caution.”
The low-key visit reflected the challenge for the president to find something meaningful to say about an attack that has stoked a wide mix of fears about terrorism, guns and violence against gays.
The man was taken into custody outside the Glenbrook mall on Tuesday after a meeting had been set up using the girl’s email. She told investigators the two had met on the website Ashley Madison.