The two most powerful Republicans in the Indiana Legislature said they do not plan to take major action to address a growing crisis in the Department of Child Services during this year’s session.
Even as state television aired footage shot from helicopters of the support for Iran’s clerically overseen government, videos emerged showing the anti-government unrest that has swept major cities has also spread to the countryside in the nation of 80 million people.
Tyler Barriss, 25, was held without bail after waiving his right to an extradition hearing in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Matthew Riehl’s six-year descent from a budding attorney to a gunman who live-streamed some of the final violent hours of his life was accompanied by episodes of mental illness, according to police and a document from the Veterans Affairs Department.
The attack occurred on New Year’s Eve and San Bernardino County sheriff’s Deputy Lawrence Falce was taken off life support two days later.
The tech company disclosed the vulnerability not long after Intel said it’s working to patch it. Intel says the average computer user won’t experience significant slowdowns as it’s fixed.
The White House blamed the decision to end the panel on more than a dozen states that have refused to comply with the commission’s demand for reams of personal voter data, including names, partial Social Security numbers, voting histories and party affiliations.
The jackpot jumps to an estimated $550 million for Saturday’s drawing. That would make it the nation’s 8th largest lottery prize ever.
T.J. Gibbs scored a game-high 22 points to lead four players in double figures as Notre Dame gave coach Mike Brey his school-record 394th victory, an 88-58 Atlantic Coast Conference triumph Wednesday night over North Carolina State.
Two of the top teams in Division III met for the first of two “get-togethers” this season with round one going in favor of No. 5 nationally-ranked Hope (Mich.) College as the No. 9 ranked Trine University women’s basketball team fell to the Flying Dutch, 57-46, in the first game of the MTI Center era.
The Komets allowed four goals in the first period – including the first three in the opening 6:18 – as Fort Wayne fell in its 2018 opener to visiting Kalamazoo by a score of 8-3.
Isaac Haas scored 14 points and Dakota Mathias finished with 13 on Wednesday night to help No. 13 Purdue pull away from Rutgers 82-51.
Fatal house fires popped up across the state over the holidays. Indiana State Fire Marshal Jim Greeson urges Hoosiers to keep safety in mind while using alternative heating sources or cooking.
Firefighters had to bring in tankers to help fight the fire because hydrants were frozen.
The former Cougars player and assistant coach interviewed for the head coaching job on Wednesday morning.
With a chiseled 6-foot-10 frame Ike Anigbogu looks like an NBA veteran, but at just 19 years old the Pacers rookie is just feeling his way through his first professional season.
A 2002-2005 Ford Explorer left Spy Run Avenue and went up and over the dike before it struck a support timber on the Fort’s blockhouse.
Monday night, Indiana State Police got a call from someone saying they saw them in Goodwill drop-off bin of U.S. 24 in Fort Wayne near Rural King. In the bitter temperatures, they knew it was probably a desperate situation.
No arrests have been made in connection with the Nov. 21, 2016, fire in Flora that killed 11-year-old Keyana Davis, 9-year-old Keyara Phillips, 7-year-old Kerriele McDonald and 5-year-old Konnie Welch.
Police officers found the 13-year-old boy wounded at the third-floor apartment after responded to a reported attempted home invasion in the city just east of South Bend.
A judge ordered IBM in August to pay Indiana $78 million in damages stemming from the company’s failed effort to automate much of Indiana’s welfare services.
Schererville’s Public Works Director Jeff Huet tells The (Northwest Indiana) Times a caller reported a possible leak at the tower Tuesday, but crews that checked it out found it overflowing.
The Clark County Health Department is waiting on final numbers but says tests so far show 60 drug-related deaths in 2017. That compares to 90 in 2016. There were 55 overdose deaths in 2015, up from 53 in 2014.