CBS News has compiled some of the significant events that have taken place on August 17 for this week’s Throwback Thursday.
Free solar eclipse glasses will be provided for those who show up at Monday’s event to be held from 1 to 3.
The Atlanta Falcons’ new stadium features a Chick-fil-A. But, if you’re planning on attending a home game this season, it’s highly unlikely you’ll be able to eat there.
Indiana is one of five states in the nation without a hate crime law, which judges would factor in at sentencings.
Trine University will add men’s and women’s hockey teams in 2017.
Four people were thrown from a horse and buggy Wednesday evening in Steuben County after a car hit them from behind according to the Steuben County Sheriff’s OFfice.
The Solar Eclipse is Monday, and with most area schools back in session, we wondered how educators will handle the historic event.
An investigation is underway by Indiana State Police after a 19-year-old inmate being held at the Huntington County jail died Wednesday after being found on the floor of his cell late Tuesday.
Trump in a Thursday tweet called them “our beautiful statues and monuments” and said “you can’t change history, but you can learn from it.”
20-year-old Julio Cesar Bonilla was allegedly the driver of a car that brought the alleged gunman, 25-year-old Cristhian Garcia, to a HomeGoods warehouse on Tuesday night.
Yousafzai won international renown in 2012 after she was shot by a Taliban gunman in Pakistan as a teenager for speaking out for the right of girls to go to school, a topic she started raising publicly as an 11 year old.
Mowins will join former NFL kicker Jay Feely when Cleveland plays at Indianapolis. Mowins has called college football for ESPN since 2005.
President Donald Trump’s chief strategist Steve Bannon says there’s no military solution to the threat posed by North Korea and its nuclear ambitions, despite the president’s recent pledge to answer further aggression with “fire and fury.”
Authorities say the father called 911 in May after finding his son on a bed not breathing. The baby was pronounced dead at a hospital.
A judge has found a man not guilty by reason of insanity in a hatchet attack that took place in Nashville, Indiana against a high school exchange student from China.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is planning an Indiana rally with a labor union leader who clashed with President Donald Trump over job cuts at the Carrier Corp. factory in Indianapolis.
Denise Morrison, chief executive of Campbell Soup, declared she was leaving Trump’s manufacturing council, saying, “The president should have been — and still needs to be — unambiguous” in denouncing white supremacists.
South Korean Preisdent Moon Jae-in said he believes dialogue with North Korea can happen when North Korea halts missile and nuclear tests.
The Maine-based retailer is expanding production to keep up with demand for its leather-and-rubber “duck boot” with a new manufacturing center.
It was a night of singing, a night of remembrance, and a night of light.
Edward Carter was released from prison in 2010, after fingerprints still on file from the 1974 sexual assault at Wayne State University pointed to another suspect.
The nation’s 41st and 43rd presidents borrowed words from the Declaration of Independence. The document, written by Virginian Thomas Jefferson, says all are “created equal” and endowed “with certain unalienable rights.”
President Donald Trump has called the 23-year-old trade pact the “worst” in history and vowed to fix it — or withdraw from it.