Auditors identified 134 cases across 33 states in which emergency room records indicated possible sexual or physical abuse of nursing home residents, from 2015-2016.
The sale is prompting questions because it was sold for just half its apparent $50,000 market value. The Federal Election Commission prohibits the sale of political committee assets below fair market value.
This year’s wheat crop of 45.7 million acres is the smallest since 1919 and it comes after a 2016 crop that was the least profitable in 30 years.
Trains and buses leading to Rohtak have been cancelled to prevent his supporters from gathering there. Local police said several layers of security were in place around the prison and government troops had permission to use firearms if violence erupted.
Thousands of her supporters marched in Seoul this weekend, demanding Park’s release and urging a “dying” South Korea to “wake up.”
Police at the scene said the chase started in Ligonier when a police officer tried to initiate a traffic stop.
South Sudan’s leaders should “condemn this killing, investigate how it happened and hold those responsible to account,” Jehanne Henry, senior Africa researcher for Human Rights Watch, told The Associated Press.
A total of 15 Marines and a sailor died when their C-130 transport plane crashed in soybean fields in the Mississippi Delta on July 10.
Director David Gordon Green tells The Boston Globe the movie “Stronger” will screen at the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Charlestown on Sept. 12.
Kendrick Lamar was the king of the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards, winning six awards on a night full of emotional performances, political moments and a new, eye-popping Taylor Swift music video.
Several hundred people attended a dedication ceremony for the “Unknown Alabama Confederate Soldiers” at Confederate Veterans Memorial Park in Crenshaw County, Alabama.
The group of more than 100 hooded protesters, with shields emblazoned with the words “no hate” and waving a flag identifying themselves as anarchists, busted through police lines, avoiding security checks by officers to take away possible weapons.
Uber’s fractured eight-member board voted to hire Khosrowshahi late Sunday, capping three days of meetings and the withdrawal of once-top candidate Jeffery Immelt, former CEO and still chairman of General Electric.
President Donald Trump plans to sign an executive order undoing an Obama administration directive that restricted police agencies’ access to the gear that includes grenade launchers, bullet-proof vests, riot shields, firearms and ammunition.
Police in Elkhart continued their search Monday for a car that struck five people, killing three on Saturday night.
Romain Lopez curved a shot into the upper right corner of the goal in the 80th minute to give Fort Wayne a 2-1 win over Dayton on Sunday (Aug. 27) afternoon at the Hefner Soccer Complex.
ISP said the patrols are used to target people committing drug-related offenses.
Elmhurst High School graduates will have one more chance to walk through the halls before the school is torn down by its new owner, Hanson Aggregates Midwest.
Firefighters found two cats inside the home, but only one survived.
The 27-year-old Fort Wayne man died early Sunday afternoon after crashing in the southbound lanes of the interstate near the U.S. 24/Jefferson Blvd. interchange.
Despite a scoreless first half, the Fort Wayne women’s soccer team fell to Evansville 2-1 at Hefner Soccer Complex on Sunday (Aug. 27).
The California city that birthed the American free speech movement is preparing for potential clashes even though the person behind a right-wing rally scheduled for Sunday has pleaded with supporters to stay away, saying that she fears violence.
Make sure you’re aware of the annual fall shutdown.