A plea agreement says prosecutors won’t seek a sentence of more than 12½ years in prison and that Fogle won’t ask for less than five.
An Ivy Tech professor is the director of a group called the Genocide Initiative. It’s an effort to get world leaders to classify the actions of ISIS as a genocide.
Officers responded to the scene of a motorcycle crash Friday night.
Police said two groups of people were shooting at each other Friday night.
Deputies said the victim was having a conversation with two unidentified men before he was shot.
The brother of legendary comedian Chris Farley will be performing his own stand-up in Fort Wayne this weekend.
A man entered a Chase bank Friday afternoon. For an undisclosed reason, he was not given any money.
The driver told police she did not see the vehicle stopped in traffic early Friday morning.
A local woman who was considered obese only two and a half years ago, now holds a title in one of the world’s biggest bodybuilding competitions.
Ned Price, a spokesman for the White House National Security Council, said Fadhil Ahmad al-Hayali was traveling in a vehicle near Mosul, in northern Iraq, when he was killed Tuesday.
The SWAT Team was serving a narcotics search warrant at the time of the shooting.
The officer was off duty and under the influence of an anti-anxiety drug and a painkiller when his SUV going more than 90 mph when he plowed into the rear of a car.
The state health department says mosquitoes in nearly 30 counties from the Michigan border to the Ohio River have tested positive for the virus this year.
The girls face 65 years in prison if convicted as adults. They have been in custody since being arrested the day of the attack.
Indianapolis and the state is investigating to determine if computer policies were violated.
For the past two months in the high-desert communities at the foot of the Sierra Nevada’s eastern slopes residents have seen an explosion of the black-and-red seed bug species Melacoryphus lateralis.
The drug-resistant lice has shown up in at least 25 states, including Indiana.
Nearly 300,000 jobs have been added since July 2009, when unemployment rates were at an all-time high.
The Dow Jones industrial average has plunged more than 530 points and is in a correction amid a global sell-off sparked by fears about China’s slowing economy.
Friday’s fall, to $39.86, was just the latest indicator of a vast shift in the energy landscape over the past year.