Zachary Reinders broke into his 78-year-old neighbor’s home back in August and beat her to death with a fire place poker before taking her wallet.
The union believes an arbitrator’s decision was biased and overreaching, contrary to “fundamental principles of notice, fairness and consistency” and the essence of the CBA.
The officers were responding to a call about someone possibly carrying a gun. Police say they told the boy to raise his hands and he didn’t.
The Indiana Commission on Judicial Qualifications asked Monday for the state Supreme Court to suspend Judge Dianna Bennington with pay.
Adriane Schmackers pulled out a princess dress from a backpack while waiting to board a plane to Disney World Monday.
The United States Postal Service expects to process more than 640 million cards, letters and packages on Monday, making it the busiest day of the year.
The site of the former Franklin School located on St. Mary’s Avenue will be developed into a city park.
Navistar said Monday that it expected the closure would be completed next summer leaving 180 people without jobs.
The Supreme Court says police are justified in making a traffic stop even if it turns out the officers are mistaken in thinking the driver broke the law.
Police swarmed from one community to another Monday as they searched for Bradley William Stone, 35.
Officers had stopped the vehicle as part of a drug investigation which led to the arrest of the driver and his girlfriend.
The negligence and wrongful death lawsuit asserts that the Bushmaster AR-15 rifle should not have been made publicly available because it is a military weapon.