A representative of the Hoosier Cancer Research Network applauded the doctor’s more than 25 years with the organization during which he worked with educational programs.
At least one “Christmas Vacation” fan was driving on New Jersey’s Garden State Parkway Thursday.
Sony’s iconic gadgetry and the star appeal of Hollywood may have appeared to be a perfect match when the electronics giant bought Columbia Pictures in 1989.
Neil Olson put up a Christmas tree when two of his sons went off to war in 1974, vowing not to take it down until all six children returned to his Wisconsin home for Christmas.
The passenger was arrested once the plane landed at the Albuquerque International Sunport on Thursday.
Thirteen years and $1 trillion later, the U.S. is preparing to pull the vast majority of its combat troops out of Afghanistan by year’s end.
Alamo Village, a 400-acre plot of land about 120 miles west of San Antonio, was carved out of a large ranch in the late 1950s for Wayne’s directorial debut.
Mourners will gather Friday at a Queens church for the wake of a New York Police Department officer who was killed along with his partner in an ambush shooting.
Medical officials continue working to assist an estimated more than 5,000 patients find help after a suspended doctor closed a chain of pain centers in northeastern Indiana last month.
Fort Wayne police dispatchers said two pedestrians were hit by a vehicle on I-69 southbound around 7:45 a.m. Friday.
Christmas trees recycled through the Allen County Solid Waste Management program will be turned into mulch.
On Pence’s 2015 agenda is a bill that would create a new law allowing the Board of Education to appoint its own chair, which would reduce the power of the State Superintendent Public Instruction.