A high school diploma or GED equivalent is required. Two years of public safety communications and EMT certification are preferred.
Police believe a person who walked into a hospital was shot in the 900 block of Forest Ave early Sunday morning.
The incident happened near the intersection of Colerick and Reed Streets around 11:45 Saturday night.
The Summit Equestrian Center helps people with disabilities adapt with the help of horses. Now, they want to include veterans.
Patriot Majority USA claims the ISP investigation is a partisan hit to discount tens-of-thousands of African-American voters.
Purdue University is to test opening a taproom with three kinds of beer, wine and appetizers in the school’s campus Memorial Union starting this week.
An early morning argument at a Los Angeles restaurant apparently triggered gunfire that left 3 people dead and 12 wounded, authorities said Saturday.
Police say a speeding drunken driver smashed into another car on Long Island in New York, causing the hit car to split in half.
Indiana’s bicentennial torch got a ride in the back seat of an IndyCar Saturday as it sped toward the final leg of its 3,200-mile journey across the state.
A union spokesman says highway workers are refusing to return to an Interstate 65 construction zone unless a buffer is added after the death of a fellow worker last Wednesday.
The center offers three programs aimed to offer therapy to veterans and help them on their journey to physical and emotional well-being.
HFCs are described as the world’s fastest-growing climate pollutant and are used in air conditioners and refrigerators. Experts say cutting them is the fastest way to reduce global warming.
Early next week, the governor plans to release a detailed plan on how North Carolina will rebuild, including how to pay for the effort.
The event includes a “Rose Ceremony,” which calls each of the names of firefighters who have died and places a rose on a table that also bears their helmet and name.
Wilber wants to support education reform and has a positive view of public education. He also hopes to change party politics.
During the primary Heine visited 10,000 homes to listen othe people, their values and concerns to inform how he would apply that knowledge to government.
The families were seeking to hold the gun manufacturer accountable for selling a semi-automatic rifle that is too dangerous for the public because it was designed as a military killing machine.
Officers were called to the 7000 block of Chadwick Drive around 1:30 Saturday morning.
The arrests were the culmination of an eight-month FBI investigation that took agents “deep into a hidden culture of hatred and violence.”
All the fire damage was contained to the floor of origin. There was smoke and water damage to the remainder of the second floor and minimal to the first floor.