The 16-year-old Evansville boy fell into Pigeon Creek while fishing at Garvin Park.
Dispatch stayed on the line with little Lauryn until deputies and paramedics arrived.
A similar movement in Indianapolis prompted a business in Hancock County to find a way to show their support.
Police were called to the 3000 block of West 86th Street around 3 a.m.
They tweeted at a customer apologizing for the wait and saying that their “systems are down everywhere.”
The Johnson County prosecutor said he would dismiss the case if the teen would admit guilt and perform community service.
Police are currently searching for a suspect.
The district attorney’s office said the married couple had been having “domestic issues.”
Investigators did not find any obvious signs of driver impairment.
Green Bay Police want people to know that the clown didn’t do anything illegal by being creepy in public.
In one day or less, some residents experienced more than three times the rainfall they normally receive in a month.
Paint congealed at midfield and in the end zone, hardening those areas.
Derek Knowling of Noblesville was killed while working in a highway work zone in June.
A woman’s father was murdered in 2006 and his heart was donated to a man who had been waiting 16 years for a transplant.
Two former Colts were inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The supervillain romp “Suicide Squad” shrugged off scathing reviews to open with an estimated $135.1 million in North American ticket sales.
The cattle barn at the Indiana State Fairgrounds was busy early Sunday morning as Grand Champion Drive participants prepared for the competi…