MILTON, Fla. — For many service members, hanging up the uniform at the end of a shift signifies the end of the work day and the beginning of some much needed downtime.
CUTLER — Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating an off-road vehicle accident early Saturday morning that resulted in the death of a passenger.
MONTICELLO — Among the numerous dog and cats to call Happy Tails Animal Shelter home, two stand out most.
Imagine a spooky Halloween scenario, or a scary movie with a haunted mansion, and chances are it’ll include at least one flying bat. A bat flapping its wings on a dark night has become synonymous with creepy. Overcoming that stereotype is a steep hill to climb for bats.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — At an all-staff meeting Aug. 30, News-Gazette Media CEO John Reed announced to employees that an agreement has been signed to sell substantially all of its assets to the family-owned Champaign Multi Media Group LLC, an affiliate company of Community Media Group.
GOODLAND — The sixth annual Goodstock — Operation Restoring Hope Music Festival, scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 24 at Foster Park in Goodland, promises Rock N Roll from start to finish.
JASPER COUNTY — Former Indiana state Sen. Brandt Hershman’s wife, Lisa Hershman, was recently nominated by President Donald Trump to be the chief management officer of the Department of Defense.
FAIR OAKS — It is estimated that somewhere around 1,100 people attended the North American Manure Expo Event, hosted Wednesday and Thursday at Fair Oaks Farms.
RENSSELAER — Saint Joseph’s College’s second Purple Tie Dinner will be held at 5:30 p.m. July 27 at its Rensselaer campus. The dinner is at the Fr. Banet Core Education Center.
CAMDEN — A Carroll County couple is being charged with nine counts of animal cruelty after authorities discovered multiple dogs, cats and chickens living in what they describe as “putrid” and “deplorable” living conditions.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Fair announces five additional shows that will be part of the 17 total concerts that make up the 2019 Indiana State Fair Free Stage headline entertainment, which returns August 2-18. Each day of the State Fair features a concert that is free with paid fair ad…
MONTICELLO — Veterans, those currently serving and their family members are invited to take part in Monticello’s 15th Honor Our Veterans Boat Parade and Proud to be an American celebration next month.
Earlier this month, the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum and the Milan 54 Hoosiers Museum unveiled a limited edition series of bobbleheads commemorating Milan High School’s 1954 Boys Basketball State Championship. Milan High School’s unbelievable story was featured in the 1986 mov…
Gov. Eric Holcomb is calling on Indiana lawmakers to ban the use of mobile devices while driving, legalize speed enforcement cameras in work zones and raise the smoking age to 21.
The Lake County Council is crafting a plan for police to ticket and fine individuals caught with small amounts of marijuana, rather than arresting and hauling them off to jail.
The governor says he plans to prioritize further study of teacher pay, the effects of unfunded mandates on educators and response to the state's ILEARN exam in 2020.
For some people in the community, Blue Christmas is more than a rock-and-roll holiday classic, it’s a dark and drudgerous fact of daily life. That doesn’t mean that light and levity are not just around the corner.
There's no silver bullet for fixing the crowded jails in roughly half of Indiana's 92 counties, but Porter County is doing a lot of things right, according to the final report of the Indiana Jail Overcrowding Task Force.
On NBC's "Meet the Press" Sunday, moderator Chuck Todd displayed a chart labeled "ads on impeachment aired, December 1-7.? "GOP affiliated, 4,265," said the chart, attributed to NBC News. "Dem affiliated, 1." Todd turned to panelist Stephanie Cutter, a Democratic campaign strategist. "I know that Democrats didn't want to look like they were politicizing this," he said, "but we're at this ...
SEATTLE - There's a scene in the 2011 documentary, "Pearl Jam Twenty," in which frontman Eddie Vedder is giving director Cameron Crowe a tour of his house. At one point, Vedder stands on a stairway, pointing out photos from years past. One of them is from what he believes is the band's third show. Watching this in the dark of a movie theater, photographer Karen Mason Blair was confused: "I ...
Well-documented Russian meddling in U.S. elections demands keen concern for the protection of election integrity. This concern should rise to the level of immediate action in light of a new report verifying the lack of federal oversight of the private companies that make voting equipment. The Brennan Center for Justice, which is based at New York University School of Law, reported that three ...
This country now finds itself, for only the fourth time in its history, confronting articles of impeachment that charge its highest elected leader with violating both the U.S. Constitution and the oath of office to uphold it. In the months leading up to this, it should first be said, the House has gone about its impeachment inquiry in an entirely appropriate way. Proper for a high-stakes ...