A county attorney said the plot was make a bomb threat and as students left the building they would shoot.
April Miller and Karen Roberts stood before a minister Saturday night, hand-in-hand, and said the two words they fought for months to exchange.
Opponents of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, said the justices will face one challenge to the law after another until it is significantly changed or repealed.
Science Central is celebrating 20 years in November and to commemorate the anniversary, it’s offering free admission along with a celebration.
Some OSU players knelt on the sideline in prayer before the game as the victims were remembered with a moment of silence.
One of those deputies escaped serious injury thanks to their protective vest.
The country’s oldest continuously published humor magazine awarded Fallon with a trophy and an 85-cent check.
Before the jury made their decision, Kenan Ivery told them he’s “no saint” and asked them to save his life.
The victim had surgery to repair a stabbing wound to the heart and died nearly a week after.
Firefighters had just arrived at the scene when the house exploded.
The family was leaving a restaurant when a gunman approached them in what appears to be an attempted robbery.
Back in 2001, 10 people, including two OSU men’s basketball players, were killed in a plane crash while returning from a game in Colorado.
It happened at the intersection of Lafayette and Gary. One person is in serious condition.
There was even a LEGO mosaic of Billy Murray.
President Barack Obama on Saturday called for capping standardized testing at 2 percent of classroom time and Indiana legislators are set to tackle issues facing education in the state this week.
The United Auto Workers union and General Motors Co. have reached a tentative agreement on a new four-year contract, avoiding a strike for now.
New Haven firefighters and American Red Cross volunteers went door to door to spread awareness about fire safety and replace old smoke detectors.
A two-vehicle crash closed parts of the highway west of Kendallville Saturday afternoon.
Pets and their owners dressed up to raise money for Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control to help it care for abused and neglected animals.
Police believe Saturday’s armed robbery at a Marathon is connected to a previous robbery.