The state budget committee will vote in October whether to release the $25.5 million in state funds for the project.
But it’s not the candidate’s fault, the State’s rules on what is required to be reported is relatively general.
In 2006, Trump was fined for ignoring five jury summonses.
One woman’s decision to share her story on Facebook about needing a kidney changed her life forever.
He’s a humble hero, who said he did what any of his brothers and sisters in gray would’ve done.
A Pence Administration plan to spend $873,000 dollars on Statehouse security was put on hold Friday.
The FDA notes that the Duragesic patch, which releases fentanyl, is the only other opioid approved for children.
Since 2013, 102 total surgeries have been performed, with 51 kidney transplants completed.
Colorado Department of Transportation crews began noticing the books showing up on a highway in February.
The program allows a financial coach and client to create a personalized program to help reach financial goals.
At this time, the private university is not subject to the state’s open records law.
Students will have the option to have their education costs paid for by investors, in exchange for agreeing to pay a percentage of their future income for a set period of time.
It happened on the 3000 block of Maumee Avenue near Memorial Park around 3:20 a.m. Saturday August 15.
Bryan Fisher, a coach at Northridge, and David Priestley, a coach at Lakeland, are helping each other go through heart transplants.
Elvis stood on the roof at Heritage Park Senior Living Community until he raised enough money for the Alzheimer’s Association.
The workers used one of their vacation days volunteering in IPFW’s garden, which will be used as for an event for SCAN.
The bear pulled on the driver’s door of the Toyota Camry so hard the metal bent. Interior plastic and fabric also was damaged.
The $1.4 million project should be completed by late November.
The confirmation Friday comes as the department investigates reports of diarrheal illness in three northern Indiana counties.
Fort Wayne Community Schools was one of 16 districts nationwide to be awarded a portion of $16.2 million from the U.S. Department of Education.