JEFFERSONVILLE — The first night of Clark County CARES Drug Facts Week kicked off with a panel of people who six or seven years ago, might not have been sitting at the same table focused on the same issue.
A packed Shenango Township Municipal Building on Thursday heard the economic pros and voiced their concerns during a public hearing over a proposed underground mine.
The man who lawmen believe killed a 2-year-old Norman boy cared for the toddler on other occasions when the child suffered injuries, investigators wrote in a court filing.
On Jan. 23, 2020 the Cherokee County Human Needs Network, in association with the Texas Homeless Network and volunteers from the community will conduct a Point-in-Time (PIT) Homeless Count which is a coordinated effort to measure homelessness across Texas.
NEW ALBANY — Since first being brought to the attention of the public last October, the movement to light the Sherman Minton Bridge has picked up a bit of steam.
Each person who goes uncounted accounts for about $1,675 in federal funding that won't be flowing into the state and into their local communities.
The first three days of filing for the May primary have brought out six candidates seeking to succeed U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks in the 5th District.
Cathy Scott has never watched an episode of the television reality series “Undercover Boss.” If she had, she might not have been duped into being featured in an upcoming episode.
Former Oklahoma prison guard Virgil Stillwell is among the 34% of all correctional officers nationwide who suffer from post traumatic stress disorder.
After announcing voluntary layoffs earlier this week, Sprit AeroSystems has announced plans for workforce reductions in McAlester later this month.
J.M. Smucker Co.'s fleet of Meadville area truck drivers will be phased out as the company consolidates distribution and warehouse systems in Pennsylvania this year.
Frost was still crisp on the grass Tuesday morning as a bugler played "To the Color," while an American flag was briskly raised by local veterans at 8 a.m. on the dot.
The Kokomo Police Department on Tuesday revealed details about a five-month investigation that led to its drug task force arresting two dozen people and seizing hundreds of grams of illicit substances.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, Erie County — Forensic science and store surveillance video are being used in an effort to determine who released bed bugs at the Edinboro area Walmart store.
SOUTHERN INDIANA – Zack Keeney, of Jeffersonville, laid down on an American Red Cross blood donation bed, ready to do his part to fight the national blood shortage.
A third man has publicly accused Jim "Tripp" Hall III of sexual misconduct, alleging in a new lawsuit that the former OU vice president sexually assaulted him early last year.
State law allows police to arrest accused domestic abusers without a warrant if there is sufficient evidence, such as a witness statement or a victim’s visible injuries. But a lack of communication among law enforcement agencies is allowing suspects to avoid prompt arrest.
Bob Del Signore left his office in the Lawrence County courthouse for the last time Friday with many feathers of accomplishments tucked in his cap.
Senate Minority Leader Morgan McGarvey and state Representative Chris Harris received confirmation on Thursday that Attorney General Daniel Cameron has made a formal request for an investigation of former Governor Matt Bevin’s pardons by the FBI.
ANDERSON — A former Department of Child Services caseworker charged by a Madison County grand jury on four felony counts of neglect of a dependent is seeking to have the charges dismissed.
Shootings in 2015 at Mother Emmanuel Church in Charleston, South Carolina, rattled the population at St. Mark Baptist Church in Muskogee, said the Rev. Rodger Cutler.
JAMESTOWN — A group of 25 hikers paused on Sugar Run Trail at the southern end of Pymatuning Reservoir, their eyes closed momentarily on the first day of the year.
INDIANA — Although the bulk of the laws passed in the 2019 Indiana legislative session went into effect July 1, a few still won't be effective until Jan. 1. Here are some standouts affecting education, veterans issues and other matters.
For the second year in a row, the Eastern Kentucky University Dance Team will partner with the Beautiful Lives Project and Madison County Special Olympics to give those with disabilities a chance to be a part of the halftime dance routine this weekend at the EKU basketball game on Saturday.
Over the past year, President of Kentucky's Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) Aaron Thompson traveled to different areas of the commonwealth on his listening tour to hear what families, students and employers alike had to say about the issues that higher education was facing.
BOSTON — College athletes rake in billions of dollars a year for their schools, cable networks and collegiate associations, but they aren't allowed to be compensated for their talents.
Before dying of a methamphetamine overdose early on Aug. 1, 2017, La Salle County, Texas, prisoner James Dean Davis, aka “Country,” moaned and yelled for most of the night. Sweat dripped off him in a chilly holding cell, as vomit ran red, like Kool-Aid, on the floor.
ATLANTA — Presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg, in Atlanta this week for the Democratic primary debate, pitched his new affordable college plan to black college students.
TAFT, Okla. – Tess Harjo, 28, couldn’t restraint her joy. She hugged and hugged her aunts, her grandmother and other relatives, one after another, on her first day of freedom from prison in nearly two years.
LEWISBURG, Pennsylvania — Because her surgeon reluctantly sacrificed sleeping in on a Saturday to attend a 6:15 a.m. lecture, Kathy Lahr awoke from her mastectomy with no pain.
DANVILLE, Pennsylvania — Three infants being treated at the neonatal intensive care unit in a central Pennsylvania hospital have died since early August, hospital officials said this week.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf said he thinks residents are ready for the state to legalize adult recreational use of marijuana based on the responses from the public prompted by Lt. Gov. John Fetterman’s statewide listening tour on the issue.
HARRISBURG – Corrections officers are too often left alone to supervise dozens of inmates and state officials are underestimating the scope of the problem, the head of the Pennsylvania State corrections Officers Association said this week.
CATLETTSBURG An Eastern Kentucky county and its insurance carrier have reached a $1.75 million civil settlement with the estate of a man who died at the county jail due to alleged abuse by former jail guards.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Fifty years after the Apollo 11 crew lifted off in a Huntsville-designed Saturn V rocket for a historic visit to the moon, the Rocket City lived up to its name once again.