The driver of a minivan told investigators that he didn’t see the motorcyclist until the last second.
The financially strapped Detroit Public Schools has been managed by the state for seven years, during which time it has continued to face plummeting enrollment, deficits and, more recently, teacher sick-out protests.
The Dekegger Homebrew and BBQ fest will take place Saturday in downtown Decatur.
A marathon runner surprised a bear and its cub and lived to tell about the attack that almost left her for dead.
A group appointed by the Allen County Commissioners to examine land use plans for areas in southwest Allen County will hold its first meeting next week.
The Mass for Lane Thomas Graves was held Tuesday at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in west Omaha and was limited to family and friends.
Police say the girl was pronounced dead at the scene, at Camp Livingston in Bennington, Indiana, about 40 miles southwest of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Police were called just before 1:30 p.m. Tuesday to the 2800 block of Smith Street, near the Whitney M. Young Early Childhood Center, on a report of shots fired there.
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There is a new surge of unaccompanied minors on the US-Mexico border. The surge includes $55 million spent on lawyers, and why some 3-year-olds are forced to represent themselves in court.
A California bear enjoyed a pool day to escape triple digits temperatures.
Zanalynn Q. Booker, 22, was sentenced for the Jan. 11 shooting of Anthony Davis Jr. in the roadway on the 3300 block of Alexander Street.
A Facebook post leads to a handwritten apology for a female veteran who received a nasty note after parking in a space reserved for vets.
Items bound for the Space Station include a medal named after alumnus Neil Armstrong, two mechanical engineering photos and a Zucrow Laboratories scroll banner.
State Rep. Ed DeLaney says “every step of the way we blew it” and that he’ll propose legislation banning large ammunition clips and “automatic military-type” weapons in response to the arrest of James Wesley Howell.
Traveling is one of the most valuable things you can do for yourself and odds are, you’re not doing it enough.
When her son pays closer attention to his phone than her, she takes her message to the web.
14-year-old Nicholas Scroggins is the second city teen to be killed by gunfire in less than a week. 15-year-old John Bennett Jr. was killed Thursday.
Flashing yellow arrows on the traffic signals will be activated at S.R. 14 and Scott Road and a new sign is going up at the “Diverging Diamond” Interchange on DuPont Road.
Police say the mother gave food and clothing to the two men.