Until Friday, South Dakota was the only state still awaiting a visit from President Barack Obama.
The plane went down in the Spokane River late Thursday afternoon. Spokane Valley Fire Deputy Chief Andy Hail said the men were under water for about 30 minutes before sheriff’s divers pulled them from the cold water at about 4:45 p.m.
Blue Bell Creameries knew there was listeria in one of the company’s plants as far back as March 2013, according to a government investigation.
The Ohio Attorney General’s Office says it certified Thursday that the group Better for Ohio provided a fair and truthful summary of the proposal and had the 1,000 required signatures.
Police were called to Marco’s Pizza on the city’s northeast side shortly before midnight Thursday.
Police say they think both victims were hit by bullets from the same gun. Police are investigating.
Pence singed the state budge plan into law Thursday which included a shift in authority over the state’s standardized testing policy.
Blue Bell CEO and President Paul Kruse said Thursday that ongoing cleaning and sanitizing of its four productions facilities in Texas, Oklahoma and Alabama, along with new training for employees, will take longer than initially anticipated.
Does Pamela Geller regret organizing the Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest that ended in gunfire? She says “no.”
The German ambassador to the U.S., Peter Wittig, made the comments Thursday during a forum in central Ohio.
Governor Mike Pence signed the Regional Cities grant program into law Wednesday.
Queen of Angels Catholic School placed 200 pinwheels in front of its building to serve as a reminder to raise awareness about child abuse prevention.