At long last face to face, President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin voiced confidence Friday that their historic first meeting would pave the way for a positive trajectory for their two countries.
So many issues, so little time. Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin have a scheduled half-hour meeting in Hamburg on Friday.
Tips from the public then led police to a man who police said dropped a lit firework in the library’s book return shoot.
The state report shows nearly all abortions were carried out at six licensed clinics in Indianapolis, Merrillville, Bloomington and Lafayette.
An Allen County Sheriff’s deputy patrolling near the East Central Towers at 905 E. Washington Blvd. encountered a man with a long rifle firing it.
A blown transformer caused a power outage in the northeast part of Fort Wayne Friday morning.
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Fort Wayne police said some type of disturbance at or near a house led to the shooting. No suspect information has been released.
The Indiana Department of Education is collecting public input on a proposal that would bring the state into compliance with new federal education rules about yearly testing in grades 3 through 8.
The companies long known as bases for home shopping on TV had been dealing with sluggish sales as Amazon dominates online.
Conservation officers said the ORV hit a limb that was hidden in tall grass. The limb went through the vehicle’s plastic firewall and impaled the passenger’s thigh.
The 94-year-old Lee has credited his wife with supporting him early in his career, when he was trying to create superheroes that he and others could care about.
U.S. District Court Judge Derrick Watson denied an emergency motion filed by Hawaii asking him to clarify what the U.S. Supreme Court meant by a “bona fide” relationship in its ruling last month.
The network said it suspended “Making Money” host Charles Payne pending an investigation, but didn’t provide any details.
The Oklahoma City-based business agreed to pay a $3 million fine over its role in what federal prosecutors said was the smuggling into the U.S. of ancient clay tablets, seals and other Iraqi archaeological objects that might have been looted from the war-torn country.
Courtney Tritch, the former vice president of marketing for the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership, formally announced will be on the ballot in the May 2018 primary at her first rally, Thursday.
The state expects to save $30 million by finish the project. The state hopes to take out bonds to the complete the rest of the project.
State Senator Luke Kenley, a Republican from Noblesville, has had a hand in nearly all money-related matters before the Legislature over the past decade.
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The wrongful death lawsuit claims Adams County jailers strapped the inmate to a chair, poured water over him, and left him in a feces-littered cell naked.