The ride has been closed since July 15, 2015
The judge said the state’s practice violated the equal protection and due process clauses of the U.S. Constitution’s 14th Amendment.
He was working with a three man crew from Indy Water Solutions. They were emptying a sewage pipe.
The U.S. announced Thursday the first fatality of a wreck involving a car in self-driving mode.
County health workers said the home is unfit for humans.
“Sunday will be the first time pretty much since Prohibition that distilleries have been able to sell alcohol on Sundays.”
Gas prices are dropping and pushing more drivers than ever onto the roads for this holiday weekend.
Shalon Dabney and Tina Hester were charged with misdemeanors of failure to make report.
The shooting happened on the 3300 block of Wallace Avenue inside a house on June 22.
“It was just the right choice there are some great people who work for the company that have invested their heart into this and it didn’t fe…
The cheese is valued at $46,000.
A tiny, frail woman was abandoned, left to die slowly in the sweltering heat.
Under the new policy, by Oct. 1, transgender troops should be able to receive medical care and begin formally changing their gender identifi…
In all, 12 warrants were served and 24 people were arrested.
In the ruling, Judge Pratt said the law goes against the Supreme Court decision in Roe vs. Wade that protects a woman’s right to choose.
If you have any information, you are asked to call Detective Brent Wines or the Kokomo Police Department.
Patty Spitler and Indiana Superior Court Judge Gary Miller stopped by the studio to discuss the impact.