The plane crashed into the Hudson River Friday during a promotion for the American Airpower Museum’s weekend celebration.
The man who played the character called “Puck” in the musical dramedy could spend as much as 40 years in prison if convicted.
Indiana police were first alerted on I-94 near Portage after reports of the semi-truck hitting cars and orange barrels.
Police have not identified who fired the shot that hit the child.
The proposed 278-mile rail line would extend from Indiana to Wisconsin in an effort to relieve Chicago-area freight congestion.
The trooper was helping Brown County Sheriff’s Department detectives investigating a suspect alleged to have fired multiple gunshots into a Brown County home on May 7.
The study is part of a seven-year, $25 million effort conducted by the National Toxicology Program at the request of the Food and Drug Administration.
The children’s camp is fighting back after the approval for a dairy farm that leaders say would jeopardize the health, safety and well-being of its campers.
The agency from North Carolina rescinded its offer after questioning whether the city is prepared to host an event that’s expected to bring 50,000 visitors to northeast Ohio.
SpaceX flies cargo to the International Space Station and aims to transport astronauts, too, by the end of next year.
Amber Heard was in court Friday where she submitted a photo of her bruised face saying Depp threw her cellphone at her during a fight.
At Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta, known as the world’s busiest, wait times were slashed to less than 15 minutes, compared with backups of nearly an hour in recent weeks.
As Trump vowed to solve California’s water problem, thousands protested nearby, resulting in dozens of arrests.
Torrential rains caused heavy flash flooding in some parts of the U.S. over the last few days, and led to numerous evacuations in southeast Texas, including two prisons.
Greater Fort Wayne Inc. was inspired by the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga.
The 3-time race champion talked exclusively with NewsChannel 15’s Chris Darby while visiting Decatur.
Thousands of people visited the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Friday to celebrate the start of the Indy 500 weekend.
There are five major projects outlined in the multi-million dollar plan, including a new park near Science Central.
The off-white exterior with red door that appeared in the TV show is now gone, replaced by a stately purple. The interior looks nothing like the house on the TV show, which was filmed in a studio.
Duck sponsors are $5 per duck and admission is free.