Jenny R. McGuire was sentenced Monday. But a judge suspended 18 months of her sentence and ordered her to serve the remaining four years in work release.
Ohio Right to Life said Tuesday it will pursue legislation to ban all abortions of a fetus that are “pain-capable” or on the basis of a Down syndrome diagnosis and to fully defund women’s health care and abortion provider Planned Parenthood.
Through Unity Hospice’s Hospice for Heroes patient program, Hoelle, surrounded by his children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren, was honored by the U.S. Navy color guard at Avalon Springs Health campus in Valparaiso.
The judge says he’ll rule during a hearing Tuesday whether the woman can travel on her own to St. Louis, where the case is being handled. Otherwise, she’ll stay in federal custody and have marshals deliver her to St. Louis.
Jubilant couples emerged with marriage licenses in hand from courthouses in Montgomery and Birmingham and other cities on the day a judge’s order went into effect.
A North Carolina woman is accused of smuggling marijuana into a county jail in her 4-year-old son’s pants.
For years, some current and former American officials have been urging President Barack Obama to release secret files they say document links between the government of Saudi Arabia and the Sept. 11 attacks.
An Anchorage lawmaker introduced legislation Monday that would give terminally ill patients the right to decide to end their lives with the help of a physician.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie got a warm welcome from Iowa Republicans Monday in his first campaign appearance since returning from a rocky trade trip to the United Kingdom.
Company shares started climbing Tuesday before markets opened and after CVS Health released results.
Police said the girl did not show any remorse. “I’m not sure she appreciated the gravity of what she did,”
Parents claim up to seven students were restrained with tape and forced to stand in front of the class while the teacher took their photos.
Emergency responders were called to the Warsaw Chemical Company Friday and Thallemer commented on the now completed emergency phase and the ongoing investigation.
FWCS Superintendent Wendy Robinson has many concerns over ISTEP+ testing.
The dog who’s fighting to stay alive from a house fire is slowly improving after the community raised $2,000 for treatment.
The event is part of a notional campaign called One Billion Rising.
The bill passed the House 58-40.
An independent community college in Kansas is using its 3-D printer to help make prognostics for young children.