The Frankfort Police Department issued the alert Thursday night after 81-year-old Jack Donoho was found.
Luis Bertran and Andrew Sellan were First Team selections, while Alex Harthaller was named Honorable Mention despite missing half the season due to injury.
Colts will play three primetime games in 2016.
Growth at Mutton Party & Tent Rental prompted the owners to look for a larger facility.
Doctors can combine three layers of digital technology to provide eyesight that’s clearer and sharper.
3rd District Republican Delegate Kyle Babcock said he’s been sent an anonymous email threatening him for not supporting Donald Trump.
Allen County assessors were in an area where a man not matching the description of a county employee was reported knocking on doors.
Multiple fire departments responded to the fire, which forced Bass Road to be closed during the investigation. It has sense been reopened.
The Indiana Medical Licensing Board approved an agreement between Dr. Tristan Stonger and the Attorney General’s Office suspending his license over allegations of unsafe prescribing practices and inappropriate sexual relationships with patients.
A pair of Carroll seniors made their college choice official on Thursday with basketball standout Kelham Brown signing with Huntington University while track star Kori Leonard picked Manchester University.
Tenants at the Ash Skyline Plaza could begin moving into the downtown development by mid-May.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture will pay up to $13 million for the wild blueberries to help stabilize prices and supply.
Hormel says it plans to remove or replace ingredients in some of its products, including two varieties of Spam.
If Cleveland’s opening-round NBA playoff series against Detroit goes to five games, the April 26 game would bump a show planned by pop singer Justin Bieber at Quicken Loans Arena.
The party is waiting amid worries from Donald Trump’s supporters that they’re being shut out from delegate selection around the country.
Private schools could receive nearly $135 million in state voucher payments this school year, up from $116 million last year.
The U.S. will keep nearly 300 troops, including Air Force special operations forces armed with combat aircraft and helicopters, in the Philippines through the end of the month.
The city wants to build a park that would stretch from Wells to Harrison streets on both banks of the river, and butt against Headwaters Park.
Recent public opinion polls have suggested that a majority of likely voters in Massachusetts support legalization of recreational marijuana.