Those experiencing side effects from treatment can receive their free wig courtesy of the American Cancer Society.
AAA estimates 41.9 million travelers will go at least 50 miles to celebrate the holiday.
Zachary Barker,16, and his attorney didn’t fight the waiver to adult court during a hearing Thursday afternoon.
Google is taking immediate action to stop those kinds of results from appearing again.
The vows were renewed in a joint ceremony.
As part of the agreement, the 22 year-old foreign exchange student will return immediately to China upon his conviction.
A shark attack Wednesday brings this year’s count to seven along the coast of North Carolina.
Seven people have been attacked by sharks along the North Carolina coast in the past three weeks.
The percentage of Americans working or looking for work fell to a 38-year low, a possible sign of more discouraged job seekers.
Authorities investigate after reports of shots fired in a building on the Washington Navy Yard campus.
Someone reported shots fired in the same building where a gunman killed 12 workers in a rampage two years ago.
Drone video from Huntington University showing the dam at Roush Lake on July 1.
Fire officials said the investigation into the cause of the fire was focusing on a large exhaust fan in the center of the building.
Four officers from Huntington County traveled to Cincinnati to swear in Drew Dorsett. The 10-year-old is currently battling Leukemia.
Initial tests showed the substance was possibly explosive, but crews determined what they found was not hazardous.
An ordinance that went into effect in Allen County in January of 2015 is intended to keep tires from becoming breeding grounds for mosquitoes.
A new composite, created by forensic DNA analysis, is out to help find who killed April Tinsley in April of 1988. The traits of the suspect will eliminate some of the suspects police have gathered from the years.
The Churubusco couple is accused of having videos of them taking part in sex acts with a girl. Evidence was found in their home after police obtained a search warrant.
The state won’t have to pay any more damages from the 2011 deadly Indiana State Fair stage collapse under a decision by the state Supreme Court.
In the nearly 24 hours since the Army Corp of Engineers began releasing more water from dams on Roush Lake and the Salamonie Reservoir, not much has changed.according to an official with Wabash County Emergency Management.