A federal judge on Friday threw out the Obama administration’s decision to remove wolves in the three states from the endangered list.
A Florida man who pleaded guilty to defrauding 34 central Indiana residents out of $1.7 million has been sentenced to four years in prison.
The “Welcome Home” sign is still in the front yard of a central Indiana soldier’s home that someone broke into just days after his return from a deployment to Afghanistan.
Police say a man walking his dog Friday morning discovered her body near the town about 20 miles south of South Bend.
Census figures show Fishers has grown from about 2,000 residents in 1980 to currently some 84,000. That makes it Indiana’s sixth-largest community — ahead of cities such as Gary, Bloomington and Muncie.
Since Healthy Rivers was launched in 2010, that initiative has bought nearly 12,500 acres and permanently protected nearly 32,000 acres through newly acquired land, previous DNR ownership or federal Wetland Reserve conservation programs.
A federal judge on Monday struck down Labor Department regulations that would have meant higher pay for some home health care workers.
The White House and the State Department declined to say whether the U.S. government was responsible.
“Bethlehem is going through a crisis. We think that the solution to this traffic is to build an underground passage between the two sides of the square.”
Problematic executions in Oklahoma, Arizona and other states have highlighted a patchwork approach states are taking with lethal drugs.
Whatever it’s labeled, specialists say the brain clearly can become conditioned by extreme fear and stress, notwithstanding CIA assertions that what was done would not cause any permanent mental or physical harm.
Consumers are being urged to call Keurig Green Mountain Inc. for free repairs.