Authorities said eight attackers died, seven in suicide bombings, a new terror tactic in France. Police said they shot and killed the other assailant.
The owner of the truck told police he was at a bar the previous night and took a taxi home, leaving his truck at the bar.
The tree at the mall is one of the largest trees in Indiana and the only one synchronized to music.
Mad Anthony Brewing Company is celebrating two gold medals in addition to adding canned beer and releasing a special series of beer.
Fantasy of Lights gives families the chance to drive though Franke Park to see 80 larger-than-life, animated light displays depicting holiday scenes.
U2 members say: “We hope and pray that all of our fans in Paris are safe.”
Firefighters had to extricate the two pedestrians, who ended up trapped under the bus, and a passenger trapped on the upper deck.
It was the third time this year the Mega Millions jackpot reached $200 million.
The claim was made in statements in Arabic and French released online and circulated by supporters of the group.
About a month after she was named 2016 Indiana Teacher of the Year, Jean Russell, a literacy specialist at Haverhill Elementary School, was honored at a banquet in Indianapolis.
Aid worker Abdul-Rahman Kassig was captured and killed in Syria. U.S. officials believe they killed the man responsible.
It happened in the 1200 block of Swinney Ave. Nobody was injured, but 2 cats did not survive.
Allen County Homeland Security Director Bernie Beier said local, state and federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies are in communications about the situation in Paris.
GasBuddy.com now believes prices this winter could be cheaper than what it previously forecast, with the national average possibly dropping to its lowest level in more than 10 years on Thanksgiving.
Snickerz owner Kevin Ferguson is retiring, which has led to the sale of the popular comedy club.
The French President called the coordinated attacks “an act of war”. The attacks included suicide bombings and mass shootings in Paris. Several attractions have been closed and events have been cancelled this weekend.
Jennifer L. Dager-Cook, 49, was charged with felony battery and strangulation for the Nov. 8 incident.
The suit claims Darrel Washington was drug from an apartment and placed under arrest for being on a banned list he was never actually on.
High school students from the Career Academy at Anthis are learning hands-on as they work on the new Construction Trades building.
The woman had told police that she beat her granddaughter with a hammer and scattered her remains with help from a boyfriend back in 1998, but she recanted that story and others.