Usually the focus is on the green beer on St. Patrick’s Day, but this year all eyes will be on TVs as the NCAA tournament gets underway.
Medical providers and the county’s health commissioner are reacting to new guidelines, set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for prescribing opioids for chronic pain. It’s the latest effort to curb the number of overdose deaths nationwide.
44-year-old Wilma Schwartz died of single gunshot wound to the head.
Jeff Fuze moved up north 15 years ago. He never dreamed the city would annex that far up, but is prepared to move if the plan is approved.
Mrs. Obama told the crowd at the South by Southwest Music Festival she has no presidential aspirations of her own, citing her teenage daughters as two of the main reasons.
The female polar bear named Berit escaped late Wednesday morning but remained contained and was never loose in the zoo.
The first lane closures are scheduled to begin April 4 on the 73-mile project from Lake Station to Elkhart.
Dr. Sherry Grate will leave DeKalb Central Schools to serve as superintendent of Westfield Washington Schools.
Police said the man charged at an officer, then stole her car and led other officers on a brief chase before the police-action shooting.
The quirky, 10,000-square-foot, sun-drenched oceanfront compound that was once owned by USA Today founder Al Neuharth burned down, and fire investigators said Wednesday they were examining if ongoing construction played a role in the blaze.
Coats said in a statement the next president should fill the Supreme Court vacancy. Donnelly said he’ll consider President Barack Obama’s nominee.
The store opened up in January and offers a wide variety of dresses, veils and jewelry at a reasonable price.
Three-fourths of Indiana residents have adequate access to places to exercise, yet nearly a third of the state’s adults are obese according to data released Wednesday in the 2016 County Health Rankings.
An alternate juror’s disruptive actions impacted jury deliberations that led to involuntary manslaughter convictions against the couple.
The University of Notre Dame’s police department could be subject to public access laws and be forced to release crime reports on student athletes to ESPN after an appeals court decisions Tuesday.
President Obama said Wednesday he would nominate appeals court judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court, challenging Republicans to reject a long-time jurist and former prosecutor known he called “one of America’s sharpest legal minds.”
County workers with newborn children or newly adopted children will earn 66 percent of their normal salary during their leave.
The tornado drills will be conducted at 10:15 a.m. and 7:35 p.m. EDT next Tuesday.
The Monroe County Health Department has confirmed 14 cases of mumps among students on the campus and in the greater Monroe County area.
The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services said Tuesday the marketplaces nationwide signed up nearly 4.9 million new customers for 2016 coverage.