The Attorney General has released a new reference sheet to prevent illegal telemarketers.
Priests, nuns and canon lawyers who advocate for clergy sex abuse victims urged Pope Francis, on the eve of his U.S. visit, to investigate the child protection records of two Cardinals.
Officials at Incline High School ordered the “Code Yellow” lockdown when the bear was spotted on the school’s football field at about 9:15 a.m.
The deal would create a multinational behemoth valued at around $275 billion with annual sales of $73.3 billion, more than three times its closest rival, Heineken.
A powerful storm that swamped roadways and jammed traffic on Tuesday dumped a record 2.39 inches of rain in downtown Los Angeles, making it the wettest day of the year in Southern California.
Day three of the trial of Jeremy Washington, the man who hit and killed Haley Nellum, started with the testimony of two of the men involved in the fight and shooting at the Corner Pocket Bar.
Shakidi D. Underwood, 17, is wanted in relation to the July 9 fatal shooting of 30-year-old Melvin Palmer III.
The 17th trip with Honor Flight Northeast Indiana is the last full flight for World War II veterans.
Jessica Ann Fecht, 34, whose body was found in a hole in the basement of a Sherman Boulevard home Feb. 5, was strangled to death, the coroner’s office ruled.
A central Indiana woman has pleaded guilty to neglect and battery charges stemming from the abuse of her 16-year-old step-granddaughter, who was found malnourished and covered in human waste.
Neighbors said they hadn’t seen any Outlaws members there for two weeks and no one was seen being brought out of the building early Wednesday.
A Marion County judge found “no genuine issue of material fact” against security company ESG Security on Monday, and effectively dropped it from the case.