A judge has accepted a plea agreement under which a western Indiana man charged in a pickup truck crash that killed three teens will avoid prison and have his driving privileges suspended for four years.
Investigators have said Dr. Tristan Stonger saw as many as 100 patients in a single day and traded pain pills for work on his farm.
State police said the Vermillion County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the disappearance of 61-year-old Gary F. Fitch.
The 4-foot-long crocodile monitor was spotted sunning itself on top of a hedge in the backyard of a Riverside home.
A military judge began deliberating Thursday after hearing closing arguments by defense attorneys, who asked for no prison time, and prosecutors who are seeking 14 years behind bars.
It’s the first great ape species to be described by scientists in nearly 90 years.
The campaign is one of several in Ohio, which last year saw 4,050 overdose deaths. Many were linked to heron and synthetic opioids like fentanyl.
The agency said in a news release that nearly 11 percent of all adults are living with the disease. That’s up more than a third since 2005.
Dean Jay Fletcher was indicted on murder and other charges in Tonga in the July 2016 death of his Canadian wife, Patricia Linne Kearney.
This year’s maximum hole is more than twice as big as the United States, but it’s 1.3 million square miles less than last year and 3.3 million square miles smaller than 2015.
The proposal’s conflicting provisions and phase-outs of certain benefits suggest that taxes could rise for some middle class earners over time. And for many, the income gains being touted by President Donald Trump are unlikely to materialize.
Scott Ostrem’s employer and neighbors painted a somewhat dueling portrait of the suspect.
In a two-part tweet, Trump asks, “where is our Justice Department?”
Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said the U.S. was “deliberately lying” about the attacks, which Cuba’s government has denied any knowledge of.
Twitter took responsibility for the outage. In a tweeted statement, the company said Trump’s account was “inadvertently deactivated due to human error” by one of its employees. The account was unreachable for 11 minutes.
3A no. 3 Concordia bested New Haven 54-14, while Southern Wells beat Blackhawk Christian, and Garrett topped Woodlan on Thursday night.
Community Health Systems, which owns Lutheran Health Network, reported more losses in the third quarter. The company saw a 16-percent decrease in revenue compared to this time last year. In a statement outlining the report, it appears CHS is also looking to sell more hospitals.
Police are looking for the man who robbed the Metro PCS store on East Coliseum Blvd.
The accident happened at Meyer Road and East Washington Boulevard.
A Fort Wayne man is recovering after falling 18 feet. It happened Thursday around 2:45 p.m. near 4599 County Road 16 in Dekalb County.
The Komets have teamed up with the Northern Indiana Veterans Administration Health System on Military Appreciation Weekend. People can donate non-perishable items as a part of this Komets Kare package.
The Cadets and Knights will square off at Luersfield on Friday at 7 p.m. in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” with the 3A sectional 28 title on the line.
The Energy Assistance Program helps low-income Hoosiers with a one-time payment to the utility company.