FILE - In this May 6, 2016, file photo, Keyshla Rivera smiles at her newborn son Jesus as registered nurse Christine Weick demonstrates a baby box before her discharge from Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia on Friday, May 6, 2016. The American Academy of Pediatrics announced new recommendations for safe infant sleeping on Oct. 24, 2016. They call for parents to keep infants in the same bedroom as them at night for six months to a year in order to lessen the risk of sleep-related death. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)

Group of nurses take on infant mortality in Allen Co.

In Allen County, seven babies of every 1,000 live births die. That’s higher than the state and national average. Even more, African American babies are two and a half times more likely to die before the age of one than white babies. A group of nurses wants the community to focus its energy on this problem.

This photo provided by Nasdaq shows Nasdaq Tower in New York's Times Square, as the display shows that the Dow Jones industrial average crossed the 20,000 mark for the first time, Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017. (Rohini Shahriar/Nasdaq via AP)

Dow reaches 20,000: What does it mean and where does it go?

INSIDE | Analyst breaks down the Dow

With the Dow Jones industrials above 20,000, it’s natural to ask what’s going on and what, if anything, investors should do. Here are some answers to common questions that people have about the stock market.

Photo of  Aaron Robert Loffer provided by the Steuben County Sheriff's Department

Police capture ‘armed and dangerous’ fugitive

Aaron Loffer was taken into custody early Wednesday afternoon after police received information that he was at a residence in Angola. However another fugitive authorities thought he might be with is still at large.

President Donald Trump speaks during his meeting with automobile leaders in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017.   (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

Trump warns he’s ready to ‘send in the Feds’ to Chicago

President Donald Trump says he’s ready to “send in the Feds” if Chicago can’t reduce its homicide problem, and the city’s police superintendent says he is “more than willing” to work with the federal government to combat the violence.