The insurance giant believes using the unmanned aircraft could help speed up the claims process for things like damaged roofs due to weather.
Senators Tuesday unanimously passed the right-to-try legislation that would give patients access to treatments that have cleared the first phase of the Food and Drug Administration’s approval process.
Authorities say eight patients who died of drug overdoses got prescriptions from either William Hedrick or one of his nurse practitioners.
A grand jury indicted Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh, of Neptune, New Jersey, on charges of attempting to provide material support to a terrorist group and obstruction of justice.
A suspended Roman Catholic priest who authorities say dealt pounds of meth and bought a sex shop to possibly launder his drug money is asking a federal judge for leniency.
A Warsaw woman told police she was just taking her two sons to the movies when she was stopped and a search of her pickup truck led to the discovery of a working meth lab.
Police said anyone who posted the photos could face arrest on charges that include invasion of privacy.
Police in the area said no one was injured in the crash.
An Indiana Senate committee has unanimously passed a bill allowing a religious exemption from photographs on state identification cards.
As his younger sister lay recovering in a hospital just a few blocks away, a 15-year-old boy appeared in court through a video hookup on Monday, accused of stabbing her repeatedly.
Two people in Connecticut are charged with murder after police say they stabbed a man to death after he accidentally spilled coffee on them last Wednesday night.
The rescue took place near Buffalo, New York and a passing motorists video shows just how intense the flames were.