The government has said it has 29 relevant pictures from at least seven different sites in Afghanistan and Iraq, and it’s believed to have perhaps hundreds or thousands more.
The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum is scheduled to open June 2016 in Springfield.
The defense attorney said his client, who is diabetic and has a blood clot, previously told him that he hadn’t received any medication since Thursday.
A history teacher has his weekend and summer job all lined up. Andrew Bigelow began his first full season as a Major League Soccer referee this weekend.
On June 7, a Walmart truck hit a limo van that was carrying James McNair, Tracy Morgan and others home from a show in Delaware.
Investigators are holding off on saying whether Otis Byrd was killed or took his own life, and they’re urging people to be patient.
The man sprayed TSA agents in the face with wasp killer then swung a machete before shooting several times at a security checkpoint.
Indiana’s pension system changed its investing strategy in 2012 to eliminate wide swings in performance.
Lawmakers in at least 15 states have introduced bills to exempt video recordings of police encounters with citizens from state public records laws, or to limit what can be made public.
Leaders at Ivy Tech said thank you to more than a hundred area business professionals Friday night. The college held its Advisory Committee Appreciation Event to thank people in the community for helping students with their education while attending Ivy Tech.
For the fourth time this month, a home has been dedicated at Habitat for Humanity’s northwest Allen County neighborhood. The keys to a women build home were handed over to the a mother of seven boys, who will live inside the Fuller’s Landing home.
A former walk-on thwarted Valparaiso’s last shot attempt with a steal in the closing seconds to help Maryland hold off the determined Crusaders 65-62 on Friday.