Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is preparing to declare a public health emergency in a southern Indiana county where 72 cases of HIV have been confirmed.
In the wake of an apparent string of violence, Fort Wayne’s chief of police says he and other unites within the department are trying to develop methods to combat violence before it happens.
It’s been nearly one year since 17-year-old Haley Nellum was killed while heading home. Police said she was hit by a drunk driver. This week, her high school, Bishop Dwenger is remembering her.
Two men accused in connection to a September shooting are set to go to trial soon.
The charges are the latest development in a long and bitter debate over Bergdahl’s case, and underscore the military and political ramifications of his decision on June 30, 2009, to leave his post.
“Industry Week” named General Cable as a winner in the 2014 North America Best Plants Competition.
One of the adult birds could be seen feeding the hatchlings in a live-streaming video on the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s website. Hours later, the eaglets were seen having lunch.
A new study published by a molecular biologist found that his own autistic son showed significant improvement after taking an antibiotic.
The number of officers killed in the line of duty appears to already be inching up over 2014.
Two Americans presumed dead in the plane crash in the southern French Alps include a U.S. government contractor and her daughter, The Associated Press has learned.
The Senate health committee unanimously approved an amendment requiring the commission and health officials to review the bill and report their findings by Jan. 1.
Police are trying to figure out how a man ended up dead near an alley on the city’s south side Wednesday.