The union says the protest is in response to Vera Bradley’s plans to close its New Haven facility and cut 250 jobs.
Jessica Starbard sits down with Blake Sebring for this week’s edition of Inside the Zone,
Led by Tyus Jones and Jahlil Okafor, Duke’s talented group of youngsters outscored Wisconsin by 14 points over the final 13 minutes Monday night to grit out a 68-63 victory for the program’s fifth national title.
Terrance McKinney is suing his former department in the hopes of paving the way for more minorities.
Huntington County officials are looking into why a nearly 600 pound piece of limestone fell off the courthouse.
The Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee is scheduled to take up the bill Tuesday.
The records of children in Indiana who were adopted between 1941 and 1994 are currently sealed, preventing hundreds of thousands of adoptees from finding their biological parents.
INDOT announced last month the rail service would cease April 1, but then said the passenger line would continue through April 30.
The NBA Development League announced today that Fort Wayne Mad Ants forward Chris Porter’s contract has been terminated, effective immediately, for violating the league’s Anti-Drug Program.
Not even 29 percent of Indiana voters turned out for 2014’s midterm election.
The study breaks the cost down as follows: $2.8 billion resulting from false-positive mammograms and another $1.2 billion attributed to breast cancer overdiagnosis.
Members of Young, Gifted and Black called on the UN because they feel the U.S. government can’t be trusted.