The theater’s general manager said the Brokaw is open for business and moviegoers can take advantage of a “scratch-and-dent” sale.
The Wall Street Journal reported Saturday that the boards of AT&T and Time Warner were meeting to approve the deal.
The person was reported in serious condition.
The organization inducted its first class at a ceremony at the rotunda of the Huntington County Courthouse.
Denasia Lawrence opened her jacket just before she started to sing, revealing a “Black Lives Matter” shirt, then dropped to her left knee and performed the song.
Police in Ohio say are searching for a man they say attacked a school bus driver with a knife, sexually assaulted her and then fled.
Court records state that two officers asked the inmate to stop sitting on a table in a jail common area, but he refused and struck one officer in the mouth.
The city of Elkhart is taking steps to remove water service lines that are made of lead-based metals to avoid a situation like the one in Flint, Michigan.
“Every one of these liars will be sued once the election is over,” Trump said.
Each year, many animals arrive on at Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control after having suffered at the hands of their owners.
A local food truck showed off their culinary creations on First News Saturday
Police were dispatched to the hotel around 11:35 a.m. on report of a shooting.
Created in 2002, the Great Tree Canopy Comeback is the annual community tree planting day organized by volunteers.
USF will host a “meet-and-greet” with classic “Wizard of Oz” characters at DeBrand Fine Chocolates. The production will run throughout November.
Dominguez, who has been teaching for over 20 years, believes Indiana has a crisis in education.
Incumbent David Ober says he has a long view of where he wants Indiana to be.
Officials said attacks stemmed from tens of millions of devices connected to the internet — closed-circuit video cameras, digital video recorders and even thermostats — that were infected with malware.
He said that, although much of the music being performed at Friday’s taping “is rooted in the African-American experience, it’s not just black music.
A vacant mobile home along W. Washington Center Road went up in flames around 1 a.m. Saturday morning.
This is the third time the local NAACP branch has hosted the conference in 85 years.