Abby Hickman and Cameron Logan are expecting identical conjoined twin girls. They are connected from the upper chest to the lower stomach and share a heart.
The annual Mad Anthonys Pro- Am kicked off Monday, which raises funds for the Children’s Hope House.
The Huntington Fire Department is mourning the loss of one of their own. Brent Bowman was killed in a car crash Friday September 4th.… More »
Jac Price was diagnosed with leukemia in June. Last month, he was awarded the Sagamore of the Wabash award from Gov. Mike Pence.
The board of trustees approved the new name in May to reflect a changing mission of serving the 21st century workforce.
The bridge sunk as Walsh Construction was widening and rehabilitating I-65 as part of an $82.5 million project that began in January.
The Middlebury Fire Department was dispatched to the scene east of South Bend Monday morning.
Obama announced Monday he was using his executive power to force federal contractors to give paid sick leave to their employees.
A U.S. military spokesman on Monday denied reports by local officials that a NATO airstrike killed 11 police and counter-narcotics agents in southern Afghanistan.
Catholics have long complained that it can take years to get an annulment, if they can get one at all.
The expansion allows men at the transitional house to do something as simple as eat dinner together for the first time.
Still in her first term as Garrett’s mayor, Tonya Hoeffel died Sunday at her home after a “short but intense” battle with cancer.
A funeral for Fox Lake police Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz will be held Monday in Antioch, Gliniewicz’s nearby hometown.
The first Labor Day dates back to 1882 in New York City.
The Anderson Municipal Light & Power utility loses between $50,000 and $70,000 per month.
German officials believe 800,000 migrants will arrive by the end of the year, many of them refugees fleeing war and persecution in the Middle East.
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis was put in jail after she refused to give marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
The lights went out for more than 2,000 Indiana Michigan Power customers in Allen County early Monday morning.
Hundreds of people filed into Concordia’s football stadium with balloons in hand.
15 hiking trails are available through November 30.