The court ruled in favor of the Sacketts an Idaho couple that filled in land to build a home that was later deemed a wetland by the Environmental Protection Agency. Now the only federally protected wetlands will be those with a continuous surface connection where you can clearly see where one flows into the other.
A man charged with fatally shooting an Indianapolis police officer when she responded to a domestic violence call in 2020 is seeking an insanity defense as he tries to avoid the death penalty.
“Melanin in May” is this Saturday, May 27, from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the Community Alliance of the Far East Side (CAFE).
It’s the final days of the academic year for schools in Indianapolis, and some students are wishing friends and teachers goodbye until classes resume. But for other students, they will not return after summer break. Communities are adjusting as six Indianapolis schools will soon close for instruction and be repurposed.
As artificial intelligence, or AI, enters into the health care field, some experts say there is hope and harm possible for its future.