“Insurgent” and “The Gunman” will be battling it out at the box office this weekend for your movie money. Here’s reviews of the two big flicks:
Upsets delivered by UAB and Georgia State mean wins for more than just the Blazers and the Panthers. True many brackets are busted this Friday morning.
Aaron Schock abruptly resigned on Tuesday following six weeks of revelations about his business deals and lavish spending.
The South Bend Tribune reports many maple syrup-producers believe cold weather in February is to blame for the low sap production. They say trees still aren’t producing sap at a normal rate now that temperatures are beginning to climb.
The FAA said Thursday that the drone flights for planned package deliveries must be conducted at 400 feet or below during daylight hours.
“The situation was really awful. The kids had a sense of, ‘Nobody’s in charge here,’ and I think that was really hard on them.”
Gatorade announced Caleb Swanigan of Homestead High School as its 2014-15 Gatorade Indiana Boys Basketball Player of the Year on Friday afternoon.
Monroe County deputies can now access the state protective order registry from the computers in their patrol cars.
The grants come as the Republican Congress is exploring ways to cut the program, which cost $74 billion last year — twice its cost in 2008. Some in the GOP have proposed stricter work requirements as a way to do that.
Graco has agreed to pay a $3 million fine to the government for being too slow to report complaints about difficulty opening car seat buckles.
Miley Cyrus surprised the audience Thursday during a South by Southwest event featuring a slew of rappers, including her producer Mike WiLL Made-It.
President Barack Obama is showcasing the work of students from around the country who produced short films about service and giving back for a White House contest.