For this week’s edition of the Bicentennial Minute, we take a look at a part of Indiana’s history that many may not be aware of, Gennett Records, which was headquartered in Richmond, Indiana.
Police responded to a shooting in the 4700 block of Reed Street.
The business provides all of the materials and instruction needed to complete your own sign.
The former students say a Native American director would be better suited to support whom the center serves.
Tribe spokesman Steve Sitting Bear said protesters reported that six people had been bitten by security dogs, including a young child.
The Pence administration has sought to withhold money to resettlement groups for services such as job training, but hasn’t denied a greater amount of federal assistance such as food stamps and health care benefits.
In a letter sent to the 49ers, the police union complained that Kaepernick’s “inappropriate behavior” has “threatened our harmonious working relationship.”
Zip Timber Lake has been voted the #1 attraction in Huntington County on TripAdvisor.
Francis praised her as the merciful saint who defended the lives of the unborn, sick and abandoned, recalling her strong anti-abortion stance which often put her at odds with progressives around the world.
Guests can buy tickets for any show or learn more about the programs by calling the Box Office at 424-5665.
With Sunday’s canonization of Mother Teresa, Pope Francis honored the tiny nun who cared for the “poorest of the poor” as the epitome of his call for mercy.
Forecasters expected Hermine to regain hurricane force on Sunday as it travels up the coast before weakening again to a tropical storm by Tuesday.
Police say the victim was shot somewhere else, got on a motorcycle and collapsed in front of a home hosting a family reunion.
Officials say the water is about 15 feet deep in the area.
The Carroll Chargers won the Carroll Soccer Classic with a 1-0 win over Warsaw in the championship match.
Police were called to the Burger Dairy on St. Joseph Blvd.
Nearly 200 classic cars took over Auburn’s streets for the Parade of Classics on Saturday.
62-year-old Naomi Miller was found safe in Evansville approximately four hours after the alert was activated.
Firefighters remained on scene because of strong odor of gas.
At least two victims have suffered head lacerations.