Three Indiana law enforcement officers were killed in the line of duty in the past week.
The LaPorte County Sheriff’s Department wants to alert the public there are people posing as NIPSCO workers and trying to get into residents’ homes.
Over 10,000 people were without power across Michiana Thursday night. Indiana Michigan Power said most of those affected should get power by Friday.
I&M Power is in the process of setting up a meeting South Bend business owners about the May power outage that knocked out service throughout the downtown area for the weekend of May 16-18.
Indiana Michigan Power says a substation malfunction near the St. Joseph and Elkhart County line caused 4,322 customers to lose power.
Millennials may not be getting jobs because they value their smart phone more than they value things like personal hygiene and body odor.
Fahs, who is director of the Center for Feminist Research on Gender and Sexuality, encourages her students to document their experiences in a journal for the 10-week semester.
Knozen is supposed to let users compare coworkers to discover “what people like most about you,” according to its website—or hate. Like a workplace version of Hot or Not (which is actually transforming itself into a dating service), Knozen shows you two coworkers and asks you to pick which one is more analytical, trusting, or more likely to leave work early for a date. Then, it displays how many of your coworkers agree or disagree with you, giving an aggregate evaluation of each worker’s strengths and weaknesses. No, it won’t tell you how hot they are.
The Fourth of July ended in fireworks for many Americans, but for one group of Chicago partygoers, the night ended with something else: a firefight.
Last month, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed the meadow jumping mouse as an endangered species. Now, the U.S. Forest Service, which oversees the Santa Fe National Forest, is considering erecting a series of 8-foot high fences to protect the mouse’s habitat.
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The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles said it would file a notice of appeal Monday, asking the state Supreme Court to overrule a local judge who said the agency violated the officer’s freedom of speech when it revoked his license plate that read “0INK.”
A newlywed husband divorced his wife before they could even consummate their marriage after her ex sent him compromising photos of her.
A businessman who is facing legal action over a scathing TripAdvisor review has been accused of blackmailing the restaurant in to giving him freebies by threatening it with poor scores.