The cannon weighed between 200 and 300 pounds and belonged to a volunteer.
The Republicans’ site selection committee backed Cleveland over Dallas and the full 168-member RNC is expected to ratify the choice next month.
The company announced the six separate recalls Tuesday. No injuries related to the defects have been reported.
People began purchasing marijuana at 8 a.m. at Bellingham’s Top Shelf Cannabis, one of two stores in the city north of Seattle that started selling pot as soon as it was allowed under state regulations.
A $10 million project to fix up areas of the Embassy Theatre that have not been used in over 40 years officially got underway Tuesday morning.
The Indiana Department of Transportation has scheduled what’s called a “rolling slow down” for Thursday, July 10, on I-69 at the Dupont Road Bridge at mile marker 316.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department pulled over a man with a suspended license who had several drug-related items in his car.
Indiana Michigan Power plans to build five solar generation facilities to add another emissions free source of producing electricity.
State Senator Jim Banks (R-Columbia City) expects to be deployed in the fall and return May 2015.
The dozen campuses that for-profit education company Corinthian Colleges Inc. is closing operate under the Everest name and are scattered in 11 different states, including one in Indiana.
The Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited the company for not putting railings around the 11 feet-by-9 feet hole or having someone monitoring the area.
Emergency crews have been searching the St. Joseph River in downtown South Bend for a 25-year-old woman who was reportedly swept away.
A survey the National Center for Education Statistics provides an interesting snapshot of the nation’s educated elite following a crushing economic recession.
Sugary drinks have been under fire for years, with many blaming them for rising rates of obesity and chronic diseases.
That’s twice the rate from just five years ago, although the pace of dumping landlines seems to have slowed down in recent years.
Twenty-three states and the District of Columbia have allowed marijuana for medicinal purposes, and more could follow.
President Barack Obama is preparing to ask Congress for emergency spending of more than $2 billion to deal with the crisis of unaccompanied kids at the Southern border, but for now he won’t seek legal changes to send the children back home more quickly.
The parents of a 13-year-old boy say they felt they had lost their son again after prosecutors said they would not file criminal charges against a Northern California sheriff’s deputy who shot and killed him, mistaking a pellet gun he was carrying for an assault rifle.
A roller coaster hit a tree branch at the Six Flags Magic Mountain amusement park Monday, dislodging the front car, leaving four people slightly injured and keeping nearly two dozen summer fun-seekers hanging 20 to 30 feet in the air for hours as day turned to night.
Authorities were notified of the woman’s whereabouts by someone who recognized her from photos and video police released showing a woman pushing the child through a subway turnstile.
A West Lafayette police detective says he’s watching an anarchist social networking group calling itself the “765 movement” started after a Pine Village man was arrested.
A noticed posted on the door said the restaurant was closed Monday due to cockroaches. It is the 24th restaurant closure in Fort Wayne in 2014.
A LaPorte man is facing felony child pornography and child exploitation charges after police served a search warrant at his home.