Some two dozen officers in riot gear confronted a group who were throwing rocks and other objects at police near where the black man was fatally shot a day earlier.
It happened just after 10 p.m. in the 1900 block of River Run Trail, in the Woodbridge Apartments complex.
Police at the scene told NewsChannel 15 that the incident started with an argument inside the restaurant.
The University of Saint Francis reveals their new $14.3 million downtown campus.
Officials believe 500 to 1000 gallons of gas leaked into the ground around the Short Stop gas station in Van Wert, Ohio.
This week’s edition of the Bicentennial Minute profiles the man who was Indiana’s governor at the time of the Civil War, Oliver Morton.
Authorities from several area fire and police departments, along with Indiana Conservation Officers, conducted the multi-day search.
According to police, a suspect involved in a car theft crashed the car and ran away from the scene.
Indiana’s first recorded sighting in almost 150 years came last year. A young male repeatedly traveled from Michigan to northern Indiana and back, feeding on human garbage and bird food.
The university president said he is not sure if a businessman who promised money will make any more payments beyond the nearly $10 million he already has given.
The driver traveled one mile east before stopping.
Police collected the plants and put them in the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department’s narcotics vault.
The case resulted from a long-running court battle between Amazon rainforest residents and oil companies.
Dozens of new grassroots organizations have emerged in recent years to encourage Puerto Ricans to vote.
As part of the settlement, the state Motor Vehicle Commission also will issue other plates, such as SECULAR, GODLESS, GAYPOWR, and 4WOMEN.
AT&T joined First News Sunday with a ton of new technology for the upcoming school year.
Two U.S. cybersecurity firms have said their analysis of computer breaches at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, or DCCC, showed detailed evidence that the intrusions were likely linked to Russian hackers.
Martin Fisher from Science Central joined First News Sunday for another edition of Science Sunday.
Anyone is welcome to attend the event.
In a 24-hour period, Baton Rouge had as much as 11 inches while one weather observer reported more than 17 inches in Livingston.