Walter James Palmer, a Minnesota dentist, was identified on Tuesday by both the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force and the Safari Operators Association of Zimbabwe as the American hunter, a name that police then confirmed.
Sgt. Harris has logged approximately 6,400 flight hours in his 25 years as a pilot with the state police.
The two were arrested Monday evening after police in Kosciusko County got an anonymous tip about a meth lab in the town of Pierceton.
Joyce Mitchell, a tailor shop instructor at Clinton Correctional Facility, was jailed shortly after the elaborately staged June 6 escape of Richard Matt and David Sweat.
Randall Smith, who was from Paulding, Ohio will be buried Tuesday at the Chattanooga National Cemetery. A memorial service is planned for Saturday in Paulding.
Similar rallies were planned in more than 50 cities nationwide Tuesday.
Kiango, who is already nearly 7 feet tall, has been living in the zoo’s giraffe barn with his mother, Zahra until he was allowed to venture into the giraffe exhibit Tuesday morning.
The change brings the total of Ohio counties eligible for in-state tuition at the Fort Wayne school to 14.
Neal Falls, of Springfield, Oregon, was carrying axes, a shovel and bleach when he was killed July 18, and authorities said Monday he had been stopped, interviewed or investigated by police in at least 20 states.
The two workers left the bag on a lawn in northern New Jersey.
The Goshen Community School Board voted 5-2 late Monday get rid of a mascot that has represented the school for nearly 90 years. The name will be retired Jan. 1, 2016.
A Florida police department is involved in yet another controversy involving a member of the homeless population.
The search for a missing 8-year-old girl came to a tragic end after police found a body inside a trash bin at a Northern California complex where she was last seen riding her scooter.
A sample of Kroger garlic powder from a store in North Augusta, South Carolina, was tested by the FDA and found to be contaminated with salmonella.
Authorities say Joyce Mitchell became close to the pair, agreed to be their getaway driver and even discussed killing her husband. But she backed out at the last moment, forcing Matt and Sweat to flee on foot after they emerged from a manhole near the maximum-security prison.
Gov. Pence will sign a service members civil relief act and voluntary veterans preference employment act today at the Air National Guard.
Later Monday afternoon, the USOC announced that it was, indeed, backing away from Boston in what was described as a mutual agreement to give the United States hope of hosting its first Summer Games since 1996. Officials said they would explore other cities, with the most likely being Los Angeles.
The chairman of the Ossian Police Commission wants to demote the current chief of ten years and promote the town’s current sergeant to the position.
A man was pinned underneath a farm implement around 5 p.m. in Kosciusko County Monday.
New Haven Mayor Terry McDonald said a company has already expressed interest in the Parker Hannifin facility.