The Indiana University employee said a woman was sexually assaulted at a conference in December.
A 2014 report by the administration described the program as “woefully” underfunded.
About 2 billion gallons of contaminated water makes its way into the Ohio River every year, city officials have said.
The university plans to start classes, which are focused on digital media arts, in the fall of 2016.
The former soda bottling facility will be redeveloped into 31 housing units as part of a project expected to be complete by spring of 2018.
A woman whose family controls a cheese-making operation is scheduled to plead guilty — along with two of her companies — to charges that their grated cheese had too little cheese and too much wood pulp.
The truck was plowing along along County Road 975 West – a gravel road – when the plow dug into the roadway and folded under the truck.
As of March 22 and unexpectedly, 40 tickets became available for Thursday’s Omnibus. Pick up or reserve through the box office until gone.
The crash happened around 10:45 a.m. Friday in the southbound lanes of the interstate at the 311 mile marker, at the Lima Road interchange.
The arrests took place early Friday morning after officers received a report of suspicious activity and smelled the odor associated with meth making activity.
The three victims were found by police inside a ground-level room in a home at 808 E. Lewis St. on Wednesday just after 5:30 p.m.
The Indiana Supreme Court ruled it isn’t unconstitutional retroactive punishment that Indiana requires sex offenders registered elsewhere to also register there.
The Soarin’ Hawk raptor rehabilitation program has outgrown its property in northern Allen County after eight years.
The bill that would allot an additional $42 million for the Regional Cities initiative is in the hands of the Ways and Means committee, which put off voting on the bill this week.
A man who shot three people before storming into the central Kansas factory where he worked and shooting 15 others, killing three of them, had just been served a protection from abuse order that likely triggered the attack, a sheriff said Friday.
The 5-mile tunnel, which will go hundreds of feet below the surface and is 16 feet in diameter, is a part of Fort Wayne’s biggest public works project of all time.
The fire happened just before 4 p.m. at an apartment at 942 Ridgewood Drive in the Coliseum Park Apartments complex.
New provisions of a law signed by President Barack Obama would enforce an 86-year-old ban on importing goods made by children or slaves.
The Senate won’t vote on the tentative deal – a $220 million package to fix and replace the city’s lead-contaminated pipes, make other infrastructure improvements and bolster lead-prevention programs nationwide – until at least next week.
Dylan A. Hall, 20, was charged for the Feb. 4 crashed along Nuttman Avenue that killed 20-year-old Kierra J. Kitts.