Woman pleads not guilty to neglect after crash kills kids

Clark County Prosecutor Jeremy Mull says a blood sample drawn at the scene of the June 28 crash in Henryville shows Ericka Fouch had amphetamine, marijuana or its active ingredient, and other drugs in her system.

Coffee sold in California could carry cancer warning labels

The long-running lawsuit that resumed Monday claims Starbucks and about 90 other companies, including grocery stores and retail shops, failed to follow a state law requiring warning signs about hazardous chemicals found everywhere from household products to workplaces to the environment.

Convicted Ohio Craigslist killer of 3 questions evidence

Beasley, 58, a self-styled street preacher, was convicted of partnering with a teenage boy in 2011 to lure victims with promises of jobs on a southeastern Ohio farm. The job offers were posted on Craigslist.

Full federal court to hear ‘Making a Murderer’ appeal

A federal magistrate judge overturned Dassey’s conviction last year, ruling that detectives took advantage of Dassey’s youth and cognitive disabilities to coerce his confession. In June, a three-judge panel from the appellate court upheld the magistrate’s ruling, agreeing that detectives coerced Dassey into confessing.

In Ivanka’s China, business ties shrouded in secrecy

It’s no secret that the bulk of Ivanka Trump merchandise comes from China. But an AP investigation has found it’s more difficult than ever to identify the Chinese companies her brand does business with, raising concerns on a number of fronts.

Former NFL player with Fort Wayne ties speaks about NFL controversy

From President Trump to professional athletes, there is no shortage of opinions when it comes to taking a knee during the national anthem, but not everyone is choosing sides. Former Wayne High School standout and Carolina Panthers Punter Jason Baker said he’s not sure what he’d chose to do during the national anthem if he was still on the field during these times.

Fish virus caused Roush Lake carp kill

Fish collected from the lake and sent to Purdue University in July tested positive for koi herpes virus. The virus cannot infect humans.