If convicted at a general court-martial, U.S. Army Sgt. Bergdahl could get life in prison on the misbehavior charge and up to five years for desertion.
$10,000 will go to tree-planting projects.
Warriors block 13 shots en route to victory.
Joe Perry nets two goals in win.
Nine homeless men and women were remembered Monday night during the Rescue Mission’s “Longest Night” walk.
December 21st marks the busiest day of the year for the United States Postal Service, with some 30 million packages going out across the globe.
Police said criminal charges against the driver are possible, pending the results of a blood test.
Mastodons senior had a career-high 30 points in Saturday’s win over Stetson.
All five people said they ate at a Chipotle the week before they got sick.
South Side boys win thriller over Bishop Dwenger.
A lawsuit that challenged a southeastern Indiana county’s ordinance drafted after an earlier lawsuit targeted a Nativity scene on its courthouse lawn has been dismissed by a federal judge.
Celebrating turned to shouts of fraud seconds later as host Steve Harvey announced on live television from Las Vegas that he had mistakenly read from the cue card.
The settlement deal came in a 2012 class-action lawsuit that alleged JPMorgan Chase issued false and misleading statements regarding its trading activity.
Four Indiana regions lost out to the Fort Wayne, Evansville and South Bend areas in the funding announced last week.
Several radio signals were out for a little more than an hour after a semi crashed, taking out power for hundreds of homes and businesses, including some radio stations.
The “Star Wars” fan says he chose Darth Vader for his new name because the character carries an aura of leadership and toughness.
This is the second year the restaurant has given away turkeys since it first opened in July of 2014.
The troops were killed Monday when an attacker rammed an explosives-laden motorcycle into their patrol in a village near the airfield. The Taliban has claimed responsibility.
Medical groups and gay activists have long said the ban could no longer be justified, based on modern testing methods.