The most disruptive break occurred on 38th Street between Madison Avenue and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
U.S. District Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson entered a permanent injunction and final judgment Wednesday.
“If you work 40 hours a week, you should not be below the federal poverty level,” bill sponsor Sen. Karen Tallian, D-Portage, said.
Cold temperatures meant a busy day for tow truck drivers, who were out in full force helping stranded drivers Wednesday.
Butler, IUPUI and Marian University received the prestigious national designation.
The water in the sea lion and walrus exhibits is temperature controlled.
IPS and hundreds of other schools were closed Wednesday.
The capsule was embedded in a cornerstone of the Massachusetts Statehouse when construction began in 1795.
Officials say they take direction from the city on when their warming centers are opened.
The program began last winter as a way to make sure students are still able to eat.
“When these three women were elected,” said Mike Pence, “there was history made on that night.”
A State Board of Education member is renewing his call for lawmakers to define what constitutes an instructional day as more schools look to…
Anyone with any information is asked to call Franklin City Police Detective Adam Joseph at 317-736-3670.
From dogs left outside in pens to stray animals wandering around, officers responded to 92 calls Wednesday.