The fight is over President Barack Obama’s immigration plan, and Friday is when funding for the $40 billion budget ends.
The Liberia leader pointed out a need for clean water, roads to access facilities and power projects to keep hospital equipment running.
One hundred percent of the funds raised from ‘Bowl for Kids’ Sake’ go to help create mentoring relationships.
The organization, Heather’s Closet, started after an Indianapolis girl was murdered by her boyfriend in 2007.
This comes after inmates seized control of part of a prison in South Texas, causing damage that made the facility “uninhabitable.”
About 300 people converged to hear remarks from one of Malcolm X’s six daughters, Ilyasah Shabazz, as well as elected officials.
Pence still hasn’t said weather he will enter the Republican presidential race, and he won’t decide until after April.
The fire spread from one home to a neighbor’s house. It damaged the homes, a garage and a shed.
All but four of Indiana’s 92 counties have signed on to a system that allows cellphone users to text 911.
Former IPFW Chancellor Michael Wartell was forced to retire in 2011 at age 65 under a mandatory retirement age policy.
In the final home game in the Gates Sports Center for seniors Mur Hagerman, Hillary Moore, Haley Seibert, the IPFW women’s basketball team fell to North Dakota State 72-66. It was also IPFW’s 8th annual Pink Out game, honoring those who have battled breast cancer, benefiting the Vera Bradley Foundation.
One week after the high school swimming and diving season came to an end, the boys became their postseason. Carroll and Warsaw each winning sectional titles on Saturday in the pool.