The broad leaves and thick stalks can stand up to 12 feet high, forming a wall of foliage that turns rural roads into long, narrow corridors of nothing but corn.
Mark Leonard has filed notice that he will appeal his sentence of life in prison without parole for blowing up a house and killing two neighbors in 2012.
A Kentucky state trooper was killed in a shooting during a chase, and officers shot and killed the suspect when he refused to drop his weapon after an hours-long manhunt, police said Monday.
The government says the change will get the financial aid process started earlier.
A defiant Kentucky clerk said Monday she will not interfere with her deputies if they keep issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Fire destroyed an abandoned house in Huntington County early Monday morning.
He got out of a vehicle parked outside a gas station while his mother was inside.
The university has seen an increase in enrollment online.
BMV audits found numerous problems, including missing temporary tags, incomplete documentation and other irregularities.
The strike is over issues including pay raises and the length of the school day.
Thousands of area residents took the opportunity to visit Fort Wayne attractions at no cost as part of “Be a Tourist in your own Hometown.”
No government shutdown this year, Republican congressional leaders say. But with Congress, it’s never easy.
In the mid- 1990s, the Allen County Courthouse Preservation Trust was created with the purpose of restoring the building to its former glory.
As a precaution, all Oklahoma prisons have been placed on lockdown.
Thousands of invited guests, including many Catholics, will gather on the lawn to receive Francis.
April Gross is the second woman to score in a major college football game.
The new redesigned online tool gives students and their parents information about costs, student loans and other data to help them choose among the nation’s colleges and universities.
Local officials fear big tax revenue losses — and shifts in taxes to homeowners — after Meijer won an appeal cutting an Indianapolis store’s 2012 assessed value of $19.7 million by nearly two-thirds.
One death from West Nile virus has been confirmed in Indiana so far this year.
The neighborhood has put on the tour for 33 years now, which serves the primary fundraiser to help restore and rehab other homes.