What are you flushing down the toilet? “Flushable” wipes could be causing issues and costing you money. Wastewater Treatment officials in Benton Harbor and St. Joseph say those wipes are clogging the system and costing taxpayers thousands of dollars in repairs. They say only flush human waste and toilet paper.
Indiana wildlife officials want to begin allowing the trapping of river otters to prevent the animals from becoming a nuisance.
In its impound lot, the New Albany Police Department has four militarized Humvee vehicles worth more than $3.7 million combined.
The latest American Health Ranking report from the United Health Foundation ranks Indiana 41st out of the 50 states when it comes to overall health – the same rating the state received last year.
But Mr. Tran is not a star on the football team, or a leader in student government. He is a top player on the school’s competitive video game team, helping San Jose State claw its way to victory in June over California State University, Fullerton, in a tournament watched online by nearly 90,000 people. When the new school year started this fall, classmates’ heads swiveled toward him when professors said his name during roll call.
A bar in St. Joseph, Missouri, thrust itself into a national controversy Friday night when it introduced a new drink offer, the “Michael Brown special” — six shots of Jose Cinge for $10.
An Elkhart middle school teacher and wrestling coach told police he’s been recording students in a locker room shower for four years, according to court documents.
The president of prestigious Smith College is red-faced and apologetic Tuesday for telling students on the Northampton, Mass., campus that “all lives matter.”
Grudzinskas believes it’s reasonable for female employees to be allowed at least one, if not three, days off per month. Some people may be laughing but Grudzinskas is serious about his opinion. Period.
A Georgia man who was forced to remove his NRA instructor hat while early-voting in October is suing the state as well as election officials in Douglas County for violating his civil rights.