Authorities tracked an escaped northwestern Indiana inmate and his girlfriend to Texas using GPS coordinates obtained through a cellphone the couple purchased following the getaway, a sheriff said Wednesday.
Tribune Publishing Co. on Wednesday rejected Gannett's more than $388 million buyout offer, saying it's too little for the company that owns The Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and other newspapers.
A federal judge said Wednesday he may order Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton to testify under oath about whether she used a private email server as secretary of state to evade public records disclosures.
Decked out in high-tech goggles, pilot Steve Zoumas dives low and sees the final gate zooming toward him: a 20-foot-tall metal-framed box ringed with neon. Boom! His sight goes black. The crowd lets out a collective "Whoa!" as pieces of his aircraft, which has just smashed into a concrete barrier, go flying.
In a story April 26, The Associated Press reported erroneously that organ donations from the late IndyCar driver Justin Wilson saved six lives. The Indiana Donor Network, citing updated information from Wilson's family, says five lives were saved.
The thaw in U.S.-Cuba relations has many small and medium-sized companies thinking about doing business with the nation that has largely been off-limits for more than half a century. Most companies, however, will have to wait.
China's military has dispatched ships and planes — even constructed new islands to assert its maritime claims. Now it's deploying a new set of tools to uphold Chinese sovereignty: Magicians, singers and actors.
Q: Several years ago, I used the Kodak website to store and share pictures. It's been so long ago that I can't remember my password, but the bigger problem is that the service no longer seems to be available. How can I access my online photos and move them to another photo website?
Officials hosted Wednesday morning a grand opening celebration for Patriot Pointe, the city's new public housing complex for senior citizens. The senior community replaces the old Chapman Homes housing area and offers one- and two- bedroom apartments to residents 55 years of age and older. The complex is part of a two-pronged project that includes the demolition of the Booker T. Washington Apartments at Victory Drive and Veterans Parkway and the building of a new public housing complex on the northern end of that land. The southern end, fronting Victory, Veterans, Fifth Street and Sixth Avenue is planned to be used for commercial development.
New senior housing community described as a 'cathedral for God's children'
Watch 100-year-old Ida Keeling crush the 100 meter dash
Cruz abruptly out, leaving Trump the unofficial GOP nominee
Ledger-Enquirer publisher Mahone reflects on Page One Awards program