A Fort Wayne woman and two of her children have been indicted on charges they bilked a couple out of about $1.5 million by sending text messages purportedly from the Mafia threatening to abduct family members or family members of friends.
Indianapolis authorities say they’re prepared to arrest people who use or share marijuana at a pot-smoking church formed to test Indiana’s new religious objections law.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller said in a statement Friday that the court’s 5-4 decision won’t change much in Indiana because the state has allowed same-sex marriage since last year.
That law says a violent felony is a crime that “otherwise involves conduct that presents a serious potential risk of physical injury to another.”
Coats believes states should decide the definition of marriage, not the courts.
The entrance to the Northcrest Shopping Center off of E. Coliseum Boulevard was closed for a short time. One person had minor injuries.
Within many of the celebratory tweets were hashtags including #LoveWins, #Equality, #SCOTUS and #SCOTUSMarriage.
The fire started while someone was making breakfast. The American Red Cross has been called to help the family.
The organization has been an outspoken proponent of same-sex marriage and was vocal in the debate over the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
The deadly crash took place on Easter weekend in Wells County. Anthony Dager pleaded guilty to three felonies earlier this week.
The United States Supreme Court has ruled in a 5-4 vote that same-sex couples have right to marry in all 50 states.
Indiana Conservations officers are once again taking part in Operation Dry Water, the annual campaign that focuses on cracking down on drunk boaters.