Stores in northeast Indiana are looking to hire people for various positions during an April 18 event.
Arias killed her on-again-off-again boyfriend Travis Alexander in 2008 in what prosecutors said was retaliation for his desire to break off the relationship.
A legal fight against the Federal Communications Commission’s new Internet traffic rules has begun.
The decision came just hours after thousands of contractors and construction workers rallied against the measure Monday at the Statehouse.
Troopers with the Indiana State Police arrested a passenger on board a Megabus that had crashed earlier in the morning.
When the crew of the Apollo 13 landed safely on April 17, 1970, NASA called the mission its most successful failure.
On Monday, the city’s redevelopment commission approved a contract for painting the railroad elevations and installing new lighting.
Patrons called police Sunday night after discovering no workers at the Dunkin’ Donuts in Hanover, Maryland.
An official says one person is dead and a community college campus is on lockdown as authorities search for a man with a gun.
Think flying is getting worse? A pair of university researchers who track the airline business say it’s a fact.
A Lamborghini that was part of an exotic car racing attraction at Walt Disney World crashed into a guardrail Sunday, killing a passenger and injuring the driver.
The Columbia City event is free, and no fishing license or trout stamp is required because April 18 is one of four Free Fishing Days offered by the Department of Natural Resources.
Police are searching for anyone involved in the fatal shooting of a teenager and a van driver who struck and killed a toddler in Milwaukee.
The first term Senator from Florida says he feels “uniquely qualified” to the be Republican that will defend the American Dream.
The lineup includes Meghan Trainor, Garrison Keillor, Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias and Jake Owen.
An analyst with GasBuddy anticipates the lower prices to last for quite some time.
The Fort Branch Town Council approved a ban Wednesday on toys on its streets that will cost offenders $50 for their first offense and $100 for the second one.
Monday’s rally at the Statehouse falls on the same day that Senate members are expected to vote on the measure, which would eliminate the boards that set wages for state or local building projects.