With the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 taking place Memorial Day weekend, this week’s Bicentennial Minute takes a look at the race track unlike any other in the world.
The Amish community in southern Indiana is working to change the image that they’re raising unhappy and mistreated dogs.
The city is responding after concerns about readiness to host the RNC in July, which is expected to bring 50,000 visitors to northeast Ohio.
Authorities say his daughter was trying to intervene in an argument between her father and her son when Copley stabbed her in the lower torso with a kitchen knife.
East Chicago police officer Eddie Bastardo and his K-9 sidekick, Mitt, stopped by Harrison Elementary School Thursday to thank the students.
Police say 72 sows and more than 700 piglets died.
If you love fruit but have never planted an orchard of your own due to space constraints, you might want to consider grafted fruit trees.
Dejean-Jones was shot by a man living in the same apartment building as his girlfriend who he was visiting.
The National Hurricane Center said the center of the storm made landfall just east of Charleston, South Carolina, on the Isle of Palms around 8:30 a.m.
A couple was out taking sightseeing photos when they noticed the vehicle through the trees and when they got closer found the man inside.
The officer was shot during a traffic stop while walking up to the vehicle.
Meet Tonya Rogers, a woman who is redefining tragic events in her life and empowering women to do the same.
The Indiana Tech men’s outdoor track and field team capped off the 2015-16 season in style on Saturday at Mickey Miller Blackwell Stadium with their third outdoor championship in four years as they swept both the indoor and outdoor titles.
No. 3 IPFW dropped two games at No. 1 Oral Roberts University Saturday as the host Golden Eagles won the 2016 Summit League Baseball Championship at J.L. Johnson Stadium in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The stage is set for Monday’s baseball sectional championship games.
For the second time in four years the Carroll girls tennis team is heading to the state championship.
“A Salute to Those Who Served” is an event that has continued for 13 years and recognizes military members for their sacrifice.
The initial estimated was for $4,000, but costs could be higher if average permit fees of $2,400 per site are included.
Journal entries after she lost her way in July 2013 indicate she survived for another two weeks or more after the Maine Warden Service scaled back their search for her.