It’s a major change for McDonald’s, which has relied on frozen beef for more than 40 years.
Increased driving due to an improved economy, lower gas prices and more walking for exercise and environmental factors are some of the likely reasons behind the estimated 11 percent spike in pedestrian fatalities in 2016.
Gay and civil rights groups say the replacement bill isn’t a true repeal of the law and will continue to allow discrimination. And some social conservatives preferred to have the original bill stay on the books.
A spokesperson says the effort is part of a research project to shed light on public sentiment during the height of the AIDS crisis of the 1980s.
A group called Friends of Yellowwood collected 1,500 signatures on petitions in 1990 opposing the project. They asked for a more modest road instead.
The panel backed former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue on a voice vote on Thursday.
The budget includes a $358 million increase for K-12 education, $6 million less than the House and Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb wanted for the state’s preschool program.
Alejandro A. Gaytan, 36, was ordered to serve two years for striking Jude A. Lamb in the middle of South Anthony Boulevard Jan. 31, 2016.
A serial killer known as the “Angel of Death” after he admitted killing three dozen hospital patients in Ohio and Kentucky died Thursday, two days after investigators said he was attacked in prison, Ohio’s prisons department said.
The proposed two-year state spending plan nixes a proposed cigarette tax increase wanted by the GOP-controlled House and increases funding for special veterans’ courts by $1 million.
Among the changes: “Leapers” trying to block field goals or extra points have been outlawed, and crackback blocks by a backfield player who goes in motion no longer are legal.
Law enforcement in Florida report a “super pill” of Fentanyl-laced Xanax has killed nine people in a matter of weeks.
18-year-old Raven Osborne, a high school senior at 21st Century Charter School in Gary, will earn a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Purdue University Northwest on May 5, the same month she will earn a high school diploma from the charter school.
Employers added an average of 237,000 jobs in January and February. The number of people receiving benefits rose 65,000 to 2.05 million.
Homemade explosives – two pipe bombs – were found in 2014 in a Terre Haute city park. A bomb squad safely disabled the explosives.
Gerald Cole was shot in the arm and the back on Oct. 19 by Officer James Perry during the struggle while Perry was trying to handcuff Cole’s brother, 39-year-old Stephen Cole.
The new restrictions include barring doctors from prescribing more than seven days of narcotic pain pills for adults and no more than five days for minors.
The case is now being treated as a criminal inquiry.
Twelve bus occupants, including the driver, were dead at the scene of Wednesday’s crash.
FWPD said the suspect got away with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Police said the masked suspect got away with an undisclosed amount of cash.
The Mad Ants and head coach Steve Gansey gave WANE-TV an exclusive look behind-the-scenes at a recent practice.
Longtime area basketball coach Mike Novell is stepping down from his position after seven years of leading the South Side boys program.