In 2017, Fort Wayne paid Allen County $1.35 million and New Haven, $70,000, for bridge repair and maintenance. The county requested considerably more in 2018.
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3Rivers Federal Credit Union has made it easy for people to donate to Harvey and Irma disaster relief.
At some point Friday night, a fight broke out at Martin’s Tavern at 115 N. Randolph St. and a man was found badly beaten in an alley behind the bar.
The officer was investigating a report of a man assaulting a woman Monday night when the shooting occurred.
One teen who’d been abducted and force-fed drugs was denied compensation because narcotics were found in her system.
Harvey is mostly to blame for a 25 cent jump in the price of gas nationwide last week according to GasBuddy.
Jacob Adams, Delphi’s community development director, says about $120,000 has been raised for cameras, better lighting and other improvements along 13 miles of hiking trails.
The alert was canceled approximately 20 hours after it was issued for 77-year-old Frank Binford.
The NFL is asking a federal court to toss a request from Ezekiel Elliott’s legal team for a temporary restraining order that would prevent the league from enforcing a suspension of the Dallas running back over a domestic violence case.
A death investigation was conducted by police at a home at 4928 Primitivo Pass off Tonkel Road.
President Donald Trump will phase out a program that has protected hundreds of thousands of young immigrants brought into the country illegally as children and call for Congress to find a legislative solution to protect the immigrants, sometimes known as “dreamers.”
The U.S. National Hurricane Center said there was a growing possibility that the storm’s effects could be felt in Florida later this week and over the weekend, though it was still too early to be sure of its future track.
Police initially responded to a home in the 3000 block of Tonawanda Dr. at 11:09 p.m. Monday in response to a fight between a man and woman.
An appeals court has affirmed the dismissal of racial discrimination claims by a former Indiana University South Bend professor.
Xi didn’t refer to the United States by name, although Trump has said trade pacts are a threat to American jobs and decided to pull the U.S. out of the Paris agreement on climate change.
It is one of the five China plants operated by Beijing Hyundai Motor Co., Hyundai’s joint venture with BAIC Motor Corp.
Companies are using the drones on a much larger scale to record images, save time and spare human adjusters from venturing into potentially unsafe areas. Insurers have increased their fleets since the Federal Aviation Administration eased some restrictions a year ago, and tried them out in areas of the southeastern U.S. hit by Hurricane Matthew last October.
The Plain Dealer reports the Ohio Tax Credit Authority signed off on a 1.35 percent, 10-year tax credit last week in Columbus. The credit would go toward an 855,000-square-foot building in North Randall, where workers will pack and ship Amazon products.
The building is set to open in 2018.
Regnery Publishing said Monday it will no longer recognize the Times’ accounting of book sales, meaning its writers can no longer claim to be “New York Times best-selling authors.” That’s a big deal in the book business.
But the Times notes conservative authors have routinely ranked high and in great numbers on its best-sellers list.
Over the rest of this month, Cubans will meet in small groups to nominate municipal representatives. Cuban officials say 12,515 block-level districts will nominate candidates for city council elections Oct. 22.
Russia has been providing air cover for Syrian President Bashar Assad’s offensive against Islamic State group militants since 2015. The Russian defense ministry said Monday that Russian jets had made 80 flights to back Assad’s offensive on Deir el-Zour, a key city that has been under IS siege for three years.
Some critics have said the change undermines the colleges’ mission to empower women, but some schools counter that they were founded to help anyone who would be denied education because of their gender.