The girls face 65 years in prison if convicted as adults. They have been in custody since being arrested the day of the attack.
Indianapolis and the state is investigating to determine if computer policies were violated.
For the past two months in the high-desert communities at the foot of the Sierra Nevada’s eastern slopes residents have seen an explosion of the black-and-red seed bug species Melacoryphus lateralis.
The drug-resistant lice has shown up in at least 25 states, including Indiana.
Nearly 300,000 jobs have been added since July 2009, when unemployment rates were at an all-time high.
The Dow Jones industrial average has plunged more than 530 points and is in a correction amid a global sell-off sparked by fears about China’s slowing economy.
Friday’s fall, to $39.86, was just the latest indicator of a vast shift in the energy landscape over the past year.
Jurors deliberated for two hours before finding Glendon Scott Crawford guilty on several charges including attempting to produce a deadly radiological device.
Indiana and Louisville will play the first basketball game Dec. 31, 2016, at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
The little feline was rescued after it was found stuck in a pipe in Virginia.
The student made the lucky shot Thursday night during a freshman pep rally for this year’s athletic events at Worthen Arena.
The 2015 high school football season kicks off Friday night and NewsChannel 15’s Highlight Zone has the games covered.
A rundown of the storms that took the most lives as the 10th anniversary of hurricane Katrina approaches.
The connectivity was partially restored around 2 p.m. Crews will continue restoration efforts throughout the day Friday until it is fully restored.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center says some additional strengthening is possible but Danny should weaken during the weekend.
Trump tweeted: “We are going to have a wild time in Alabama tonight! Finally, the silent majority is back!”
The Bishop Luers home football game with rival Bishop Dwenger will still be held.
The Panama City Police Department said its officers and other agencies spent several hours Monday morning looking for 43-year-old Beverly F. Brooks.
Naloxone is designed to potentially reverse an overdose before it results in a fatality.