The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department says the man was arrested Tuesday on preliminary charges of failure to stop at an accident resulting in death, insurance fraud and obstruction of justice.
The money will be used to identify people who aren’t aware they have hypertension. The nine-month grant also will help those diagnosed with high blood pressure manage their condition.
Back from a trip to Washington D.C. and Philadelphia, Bishop Kevin Rhoades is inspired by the message of Pope Francis.
A message spreading across Facebook claims the social media site will start charging a subscription fee and will own rights to users’ content.
As lawmakers press for a government shutdown over the federal funding of Planned Parenthood, several rallies are being held across the country to support the company.
It takes around 300 crew members from Luke Bryan’s team to set up everything from the stage to the lights. The sold-out show is expected to bring in around 20,000 fans.
Applications for the Angel Tree, Toys for Tots or Adopt A Family programs will be accepted Oct. 6-16 at The Salvation Army office at 2901 N. Clinton St.
The charges come after a 1997 conviction for sexually battering his then-four-year-old daughter that earned the man probation.
Steuben County Sheriff Tim Troyer testified that he fears mandatory cameras would destroy trust between his deputies and those living in the rural northeastern Indiana county.
A gold catcher’s mitt was placed on top of his remains. But on a day filled with stories from a lifetime in baseball, Yogi Berra was remembered for being more than one of the game’s greats.
Cecile Richards, Planned Parenthood’s president, countered by saying taxpayer money is used to provide sexual disease testing, contraceptives and other health care for women and none of it is used for political activity.
Fort Wayne police closed Lake and Columbia avenues Tuesday afternoon while emergency personnel negotiated with a man who had barricaded himself inside a home. They were able to take him into custody shortly after 2 p.m.