The police officer who chauffeured the donkey, said the animal fit perfectly in the cruiser’s backseat.
The Pakistani woman who joined her U.S.-born husband in killing 14 people in a commando-style assault on his co-workers is now at the center of a massive FBI terrorism investigation.
The man wanted in the deadly shootout involving rival motorcycle gangs earlier in the year is awaiting extradition back to Texas.
The Denver-based chain says the new procedures will include testing of all produce before they are shipped to restaurants, and testing to ensure quality throughout shelf life.
He’s decided to give his reindeer some time off while he’s in Portland. In the meantime, hipster Santa said he’ll be getting around on his bike.
The highway was closed just south of Wolf Lake for roughly 30 minutes.
As a backdrop to the ceremony, the U.S. flag flew at half-staff atop the White House in remembrance of the victims killed Wednesday in Southern California.
The sex offender had been wanted by authorities in Steuben County for failing to register. He was found in a neighboring county.
A northern Indiana school district banned by a federal judge from including a live Nativity scene as part of its annual Christmas show says the show will go on without it.
In 1967, the Indianapolis Zoo became the first zoo in the country to host a holiday lights event. Since then, people have flocked there for a holiday getaway.
An official list of the dead was released Thursday, and families, friends and co-workers to share some of their stories.
The Senate approved the legislation in a near party-line 52-47 vote Thursday, leaving it likely that the GOP-run House will ship the measure to the White House in days.
Weiland was set to perform with his band “Scott Weiland & the Wildabouts” in Minnesota Thursday night.
Junior guard Mo Evans drilled a 17-footer from the left corner of the key with 2.3 seconds remaining to lift IPFW to a 75-73 victory over Cal Poly in a non-conference men’s basketball game Thursday night in the Mott Athletics Center.
The first full Friday of the high school basketball season is almost here and 4A no. 19 North Side will host DeKalb in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” at By Hey Arena.
FWCS have issued eight options for students to choose from as they work to replace the Redskins nickname.
This marks the fourth time he has earned the award in his career (October 1998, September 1999 and November 2004) and his first as a member of the Colts.
Northrop topped 3A no. 18 Columbia City 68-63 at Mark Schoeff Gymnasium to headline the local prep basketball scene on Thursday night.
Friendships comes in many forms, but one might not expect to see such a bond form between a Korean War veteran and a fifth grader.