Weisberger was found deceased Tuesday around 3:20 p.m. just south of Eagle Creek in Zionsville.
Many of the around 3,000 people who fled from Harvey’s flooding waited hours in water mixed with sewage, oil and gasoline.
The city manager said two people were killed and four people were injured in a shooting inside a New Mexico public library.
Don Black said he didn’t receive any warning before Network Solutions blocked the use of the stormfront.org name.
He will address students at Anderson University, a private Christian school, on Sept. 19.
A Carmel man faces numerous charges after police say he touched children inappropriately at a pool party.
Probe says more than 1 in 4 cases of possible sexual and physical abuse against nursing home patients apparently went unreported to police.
Harvey continues to slam Texas, and in its wake, is set to cause some steep economic damage.
A spokesman for the Hartford, Connecticut-based company declined to comment on the suit.
Photographer David Phillip: “It was just tender. It was very special.”
Salvation Army and American Red Cross disaster management representatives explain how you can help while the rain is still falling in Texas.
Trains would run 75 days out of the year and attract 30,000 to 50,000 passengers annually.
Charles Maltbie, a regional disaster officer for the Indianapolis office of American Red Cross, is overseeing a mega-shelter in Houston.
An emotional Young addressed the crowd during a light meal over heavy conversation Monday at The Westin Indianapolis hotel.
Japanese officials said there was no damage to ships or anything else reported.
Colts under magnifying glass with Andrew Luck on the physically-unable-to-perform-list following offseason shoulder surgery.
The district is pursuing a loan from the state’s Distressed Unit Appeals Board.