Widespread flooding prompted Huntington County Commissioners to declare a disaster emergency for the county.
“We’re moving the company forward, becoming a little bit more relevant to today’s fashion, and creating a whole new look.”
“He has a maturity about him at a young age that really helps him out,” sophomore forward Vince Edwards said.
At first the employee didn’t believe it was happening, but as people rushed outside the store to see the commotion it became clear an expecting mother needed help.
In response to her death, state and local leaders have released statements praising the wonderful life she lived.
Conservation officials said hazardous high water led to speed restrictions on motorboats.
Combined with high humidity, the heat indexes in some areas of Indiana are expected to reach more than 100 degrees.
Police served a search warrant Friday morning to a home where they believed heroin and fentanyl were being sold.
Reactions pour in from those who knew and worked with the Community Harvest Food Bank leader.
Kulon Lewis Jr. and Trayshaun Pernell were found guilty of shooting a man in the back in September of 2014.
An agreement to get 260 iPads to use at voting booths across Allen County was approved Friday.
Randall Smith was serving in Chattanooga as a logistics specialist in the U.S. Navy at the time of the shooting.
The black bear was first confirmed in northwest Indiana during the week of July 12.
Economists say the tick up in consumer prices makes it more likely the Federal Reserve will end a policy of keeping short-term interest rates near zero for more than six years.
The Drug Enforcement Administration’s top agent hasn’t really slept since he got word Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman had sneaked out of maximum-security prison in Mexico though a mile-long tunnel that opened beneath his cell’s shower nearly a week ago.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating after 11 commercial flights reported they were illuminated by lasers while flying over New Jersey.
Dozens of children watch as zoo officials accept a check.
The board will release school accountability grades using the new rules for the 2015- 2016 school year.
Mitchelle Blair killed her 13-year-old daughter, Stoni, in 2013 and 9-year-old son, Stephen, in 2012. She claims they had sexually abused a sibling, though she didn’t witness the alleged assaults and never reported anything to police. Prosecutor Carin Goldfarb said there was no evidence of sexual assault.
Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez was a 24-year-old, Kuwait-born engineer who had not been on the radar of federal authorities.