A jury in Detroit reached a guilty verdict Thursday against an ex-convict who authorities say killed a 2-year-old girl in front of her father in a revenge attack.
For the past month, dozens of Purdue students from China have reported cases of credit card and bank card fraud.
Registration will officially open Sunday, but Secretary Lawson has invited some children to her office Friday to kick off the process.
The idea started with students at a few local high schools dancing and lip-syncing on video.
The regular afternoon naps to compensate for sleepless nights, countless pots of coffee to keep her awake while running the Walnut Street Artisan Shop and failed procedures and technology to correct the apnea left her fatigued, frustrated and hopeless.
Demand for locally produced beef is surging as never before, but the butchers who for generations have prepared and sold meat to customers and markets are a dwindling profession.
Firefighters had to pull back for safety reasons and were allowing the fire to burn itself out, Conley said. In addition to Galena firefighters, emergency and hazardous material responders from Iowa and Wisconsin were at the scene.
NASA’s Dawn spacecraft was due to slip into orbit around Ceres for the first exploration of a dwarf planet.
Setting up your own email server is something only the geekiest of tech geeks do because of the serious hassles involved, including spending every waking hour fending off spam.
Iran’s growing influence in Iraq is setting off alarm bells, and nowhere is the problem starker than in the high-stakes battle for Tikrit.
A sex discrimination trial against one of Silicon Valley’s most prestigious venture capital firms is providing a rare peek into the elite investment companies vying to fund the next Google and Amazon.
“I thought I was going to help this one person who I don’t know. But the fact that so many people can have a life extension, that’s pretty big.”