Here’s what’s known about the men accused of carrying out the attacks in Paris.
Belgium’s special security Cabinet held an emergency meeting Saturday morning after the terror alert in Brussels was raised.
Attackers arrived at the hotel on foot and surprised guards during a shift change.
Here’s some Turkey 101 from a registered dietitian. She explains why the ‘no added hormones’ label, and others, can be misleading.
Professional violinist Kristine Papillon, member of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, wrote “Crumpet The Trumpet” to help her child fall asleep at night.
Two more properties, as well as a safe deposit box at a bank in Eaton, were searched.
The first wintry storm of the season blanketed some places in a foot of snow. Chicago O’Hare has seen 4 inches as of early Saturday morning, during a busy travel weekend.
Officials in some cities with LGBT protection ordinances worry a new bill will undermine their authority.
Northeast Indiana is preparing for its first winter storm of the season this weekend.
Lana Keesling sent a letter to the State Board of Accounts requesting an audit of the last 5 years.
Sixty-one mayors signed the open letter, which urges Congress to recognize the importance of continuing to welcome refugees into the country and cities.
A Tennessee resident reunited with her dog that disappeared seven years ago from her old home in Ohio says she can’t even describe how happy she was to see her pet.
A grand jury this week returned the indictments of murder and reckless homicide against David G. Hagan, 62, for the Aug. 14 killing of 29-year-old Adam Porter.
The aerial inspections of transmission lines are part of I&M’s ongoing program to maintain the reliability of the electric transmission system.
Polls show that drug costs are the top health care concern for the public, with support across party lines for some kind of government action.
House and Senate negotiators approved a compromise framework Thursday that merges two different education bills that cleared the House and Senate in July.
Freddie Alcantar Jr. was sentenced Friday for the murder of 59-year-old Deb Jones in August 2013.
A $10,000 check was presented to Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana on Friday, proceeds drawn from the popular May dragon boat races and the accompanying Riverpalooza event.