Samsung recalled millions of Note 7 phones after dozens overheated and caught on fire. Samsung blamed numerous problems with its batteries and announced tighter quality controls and more rigorous testing.
The crowd was watching the Krewe of Endymion parade in the Mid-City section of New Orleans. Twenty-one people were hospitalized. Seven others declined to be hospitalized.
Fort Wayne International Airport helped families with children who have autism experience boarding a plane to help calm their nerves.
Regulators are proposing limiting supplies by a product’s amount of THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana.
The April 6, 1968 blasts killed more than 40 people, injured more than 120 others and destroyed 15 buildings in the community east of Indianapolis.
A nonprofit organization has been awarded funding to help reduce the number of infant deaths in northwest Indiana.
The national Democratic chairman’s race is narrowing before party activists even cast ballots as South Bend’s Mayor Pete Buttigieg has dropped out.
The expo is held at the Memorial Coliseum and includes a mix of artisans, boutiques, and companies, featuring a silent auction, free samples, spa treatments, tastings, beauty, home products, and fashion shows.
Indiana State Police released a PSA Saturday to help solve the murders of two teen girls who were found dead in a wooded area in northwest Indiana.
The job fair was held at Parkview Field’s Suite Level Lounge Saturday.
Organizers said attendance this year was up significantly from recent years.
The Fort Wayne man had two prior felony convictions on his record when he was found to be possession of the weapon.
The health care bill would create tax credits worth up to $4,000, allow bigger contributions to personal health savings accounts and impose a new levy on expensive health coverage some employees get at work.
A Wisconsin man has been sentenced to 3 ½ years in prison after pleading no contest last year to cutting off a woman’s finger as part of a ritual to honor a fellow rap music fan.
Crews were called to a Willow Creek Crossing apartment building around 3:30 Saturday morning after someone driving on Airport Expressway noticed the fire.
The Indianapolis Public Schools unanimously board passed the measure Thursday after recent executive orders signed by President Donald Trump left many students and parents fearful of deportations.
It says only essential adults ages 18 or older will be allowed to visit patients and those with flu-like symptoms won’t be allowed.
A government motion filed Friday says all actions on the appeal should be stopped because Trump intends to issue a new executive order that addresses some of the constitutional concerns raised by his first action.
The animal was still alive when officers arrived on the scene earlier this month in Fulton County according to Indiana DNR Law Enforcement.
The city is urging residents to stay up to date through a forum website called Fence Post.