Bart the cat is being called a “miracle” after being hit with a car, buried alive and then digging himself out to survive in Tampa, Fla.
Bart, the beloved family cat, was buried after being hit by a car but five days later, the family says something magical happened.
His trial was initially scheduled to start in November and has now been delayed a second time.
Rusty York, Fort Wayne’s Public Safety Director, has decided to run for the 4th District City Council seat currently held by Republican Mitch Harper.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz, announced Tuesday that Laurie Davies of Pine Tree Elementary School in Avon and Kelly Wilber of Southport Elementary in Indianapolis each will receive the Milken Educator Award.
The second recall covers just over 16,000 Transit Connect small vans in the U.S. from the 2014 model year. Seat belt fasteners can loosen, causing the belts to malfunction. Ford says the problem hasn’t caused any crashes or injuries.
New Albany’s city council voted 5-2 on Tuesday in favor of a nonbinding resolution to move forward with the bond, which would offer General Mills financial incentives to keep its refrigerated baked goods plant open.
Such a swap would run counter to Jordan’s hardline approach toward Islamic militants and to the position of its main ally, the United States, of not negotiating with extremists.
The court will hear arguments in March in a case that will decide whether Obama’s 2010 law allows federal subsidies only in states that have established their own health insurance marketplaces.
The crew was about to dig into dinner when word of the “ghost ship” came through: a freighter hurtling out of control toward Italy with no crew — and hundreds of Syrians as cargo.
Though the snowstorm largely missed New York City, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio staunchly defended their unprecedented, stringent restrictions.
Agents also have been told to review government files to identify any jailed immigrants they might be able to release under the program.