Monday, February 18, 2019

Truck hauling cows overturns on I-64

LYNNVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Crews used barricades to guide dozens of cows into trailers after a truck hauling them overturned in southwestern Indiana. WFIE-TV reports...

Police: 1 dead in fireworks explosion

HEBRON, Ind. (AP) — Police say a fireworks explosion that killed a man and severely injured another man in northwestern Indiana appears to be...

Farmhand gets 105 years after putting bomb under bosses’ bed

BENTON, La. (AP) — A northwest Louisiana farmhand has been sentenced to 105 years after being convicted of planting a pipe bomb under the...

Moonves becomes latest powerful exec felled in #MeToo era

By DAVID BAUDER AP Media Writer NEW YORK (AP) — The (hash)MeToo movement fighting sexual misconduct had already claimed one of Hollywood’s top movie moguls in...

Trump plays down need for preparation for Kim summit

By ZEKE MILLER, JILL COLVIN and CATHERINE LUCEY Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Heading into his North Korea summit with characteristic bravado, President Donald Trump says that “attitude”...

Tax hike fuels jump in Indiana gasoline prices

By AILEEN CHUANG Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana is heading into the Memorial Day weekend tied with California for the largest gas price increase in...

Turner’s double-double leads Pacers past Bulls

By COREY ELLIOT Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Myles Turner matched his season high with 18 points and added 11 rebounds and five blocked shots as...

Artificial dyes fading, but food will still get color boosts

By CANDICE CHOI AP Food & Health Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Many companies including McDonald’s and Kellogg are purging artificial colors from their foods, but...

Mudslide-stricken California town is all but emptied out

By KRYSTA FAURIA and BRIAN MELLEY Associated Press MONTECITO, Calif. (AP) — Most residents of mudslide-ravaged Montecito were under orders to clear out Friday as the...

Heavy rains stalling planting in northern counties

By ED SEMMLER South Bend Tribune WYATT — Larry Enders has been waiting more than 50 years for a perfect growing season. Each year it might be...