The St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office says a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney failed to thoroughly check for a protective order when deciding not to charge Edward Mwaura following his arrest on May 30, 2013. Mwaura is accused of killing his daughter and stabbing his wife three days later.
St. Joseph County Prosecutor Michael Dvorak said today a deputy prosecutor is no longer employed after failing to prosecute a man who killed his 6-year-old daughter three days after he was arrested for a protective order violation but released without being charged.
Several gas stations throughout Michigan are selling fuel for $4.39 or more — above the state’s May 2011 record average price of $4.26 per gallon.
With the return of high gas prices, South Bend Transportation Corporation (TRANSPO) will join with other public transportation systems nationwide in the eighth annual National Dump the Pump Day on Thursday, June 20.
Governor Mike Pence is encouraging more companies to take part in HIRE, a state program that helps former convicts reenter the workforce.
Older versions of Apple products – including the iPhone 4 and the iPad and iPad 2 3G models – have been banned in the U.S. after an official ruling claimed the devices breach Samsung patents.
Tech writer Rob Walker, a reformed Apple-lover, claims that after six years in existence, the popular smartphone is now anything but cool, but has instead become ‘common.’
A ‘time cloak’ which bends light to tear holes in time itself has been created by scientists.
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius rebuffed a family today seeking permission for lung transplant for their dying 10 year-old girl. Sebelius responded, “Someone lives, someone dies.”
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius rebuffed an appeal from Rep. Lou Barletta on behalf of a girl who needs a lung transplant but can’t get one because of a federal regulation that prevents her from qualifying for a transplant.
A federal judge has ruled in favor of a 10-day restraining order that blocks U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius from applying a policy that keeps children younger than 12 from being prioritized on the list for available adult lung transplants, the judge’s clerk said. The move by District Court Judge Michael Baylson of Philadelphia could improve the chances for Sarah Murnaghan, a 10-year-old Pennsylvania girl with cystic fibrosis, to get a new set of lungs. The exact language in the order, which has yet to be signed, is still being worked out, the clerk said.
Sidewalks in the hip neighborhood of Del Ray in Alexandria, Va., are often clogged with baby strollers and young parents—but that hasn’t stopped one new sushi restaurant from banning the 18-and-under crowd.
A Silverdale, Washington high school senior said school administrators discriminated against her because of her large breasts, denying her entrance to the prom dance.
The gay rights activist who heckled Michelle Obama at a Democratic fundraiser on Tuesday says the first lady reacted by leaving the podium where she was speaking and confronting her face-to-face.