Franken also says that TV ads play a role in the increase.
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department has yet to identify the suspects.
The first phase — unveiling an Internet presence promoting downtown businesses — is set to launch next month.
The university is not saying a word publicly, student-run organizations said that allegations of a sex crime have gotten a star-athlete expe…
This year, the foundation received more than 60 applicants. Forty-three of those projects were accepted and will share the $143,000 in grant…
He remains in Dauphin County Prison on $240,000 bail.
There are a bunch of different options out there, although safety experts say a safe is still your best bet.
Police found the child with her mother around 9:30 a.m.
Before he could go home to his own bed Thursday, Kelly had to endure more medical tests to measure his body’s adaptation to gravity.
Edward Miles could face charges that include child abuse and aggravated battery.
The death is being investigated as accidental. The man’s name has not been released.
Even a trip to the vet for shots costs twice as much than with a standard sized dog.
Many of these nude photos were allegedly sent to Hunter by another student, a 13-year-old 8th grader.
Gonzales’ arraignment is scheduled for Friday.
His comments come after former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney joined the escalating charge to stop Donald Trump.
Crum was arrested following accusations from a parent, who said he “slammed” her daughter into a locker when she refused to take off a headb…
Kasich has been campaigning in Michigan this week and has repeatedly said he is confident he will win his home state.
The Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation receives government grants and funds, like money though the Hardest Hit Fund.
The chase lasted only a few minutes before the officer decided to back off, but it did exceed 100 miles per hour on Tod Avenue.
Ahmad Omishat, who came to the U.S. to study at YSU, obtained a certification after living in the country legally for seven years.
Several MCBDD members received thanks for their work with the disabled.
Thursday morning, county commissioners agreed to spend $20,000 on demolition work to tear down a couple buildings at the old “Jump Stretch” …