H.E.L.P.’s board of directors fired director Jamie Glandon and requested the resignations of two board members who voted to have the dogs euthanized.
The former judge found a brief refuge from the political firestorm and the calls from national Republicans in elected office for him to drop out of the Alabama Senate race.
The move comes days after the Senate unanimously approved a measure requiring all senators, staff and interns to be trained on preventing sexual harassment.
Sen. Orrin Hatch, chairman of the Finance Committee, confirmed late Tuesday he was revising the bill to include repeal of the insurance mandate “to help provide additional relief to low- and middle-income families.”
The experiment was done Monday in California on 44-year-old Brian Madeux. Through an IV, he received billions of copies of a corrective gene and a genetic tool to cut his DNA in a precise spot.
A purchase agreement for the city to buy the North River property expires at the end of this month. Tuesday night some City Council members said they would not vote for the agreement as it’s currently written.
Some of the world’s most famous pieces of art still sit in European museums, and will for generations. But have you ever wondered how did it survive the most destructive war in history– World War II? Robert Edsel asked that same question. It’s an extradoridnay tale, and Edsel was in Fort Wayne on Tuesday to tell it.
Fort Wayne police said the shooting happened at Chapel Oaks Apartments on Buchanan Street. The victim then drove to a downtown parking lot.
Addison Agen advanced in the playoff rounds and will perform on the live shows.
Danielle Carter remains in critical condition, however her family said she is awake and talking. Carter’s Cousin Kayla Harris and friend Nicole Saylor were killed in the shooting.
A new study shows Purdue University ranks among the nation’s top 10 universities for the largest number of international students.
Walmart offered a reasonable explanation as to why it had to throw out shopping carts of food at its store in Celina, Ohio after the retailer was called out by a Facebook video that’s been viewed more than seven million times.
Ohio started final preparations Tuesday for executing a sick inmate who will be provided a wedge-shaped pillow to help him breathe as he’s put to death this week.
The federal lawsuit filed Tuesday says the “dramatic increase” in prescription painkiller use in Indianapolis was caused by the companies’ deceptive marketing and their “failure to identify, report and stop suspicious orders” of opioids.
Police said surveillance video shows the shooter unsuccessfully trying to enter a nearby elementary school after quick-thinking staff members locked the outside doors and barricaded themselves inside when they heard gunshots.
The Drug Enforcement Administration had planned to ban kratom by adding it to a list of illegal drugs that includes marijuana, heroin and LSD. But the agency backed away from that plan last October after a flood of public complaints
A federal judge in Indianapolis has rejected an appeal that former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle filed himself in an attempt to overturn his child pornography and sex abuse convictions.
Tampa police blockaded a neighborhood and searched with a SWAT team and dogs for a possible serial killer Tuesday after a fourth person was shot dead for no apparent reason.
Police say the Michigan City girl had extensive wounds on her entire body except for one left leg and her face. Officials say the bull mastiff was placed in quarantine pending a decision about its fate. A criminal investigation is ongoing.
A commission reviewing Indiana’s antiquated booze laws is backing a repeal of a prohibition on retail Sunday alcohol sales.