Tulsa Race Massacre survivors attend the Black Wall Street Memorial March
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Frustrated by an increase in dangerous street racing amid the pandemic, Denver police have deployed the department's helicopter to track races…
East Chicago first responders worked a scene Sunday afternoon at the Luke gas station near Carroll Street and Indianapolis Boulevard where an …
Beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday, a no parking restriction will be enforced on South Main Street between Joliet and Walnut streets, with a temporary road closure to go into effect at 10 a.m. Saturday, Crown Point police said in a Facebook post.
18th Street manager Caleb Antonio speaks on how the business has remained strong during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Conservation officials said Hoosiers should always avoid driving through floodwaters and instead seek alternate paths to their destinations.
Firefighters spent 14-and-a-half hours battling a structure fire in the 6200 block of Hohman Avenue Sunday.
The documentary "Goin' Back to T-Town" was written by former Tulsan, Carmen Fields.
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown holds a news conference on Chippewa Street that will be closed off Saturday for the Bills playoff game so bars and r…
At 6 p.m. Tuesday in the City Council Chambers at Crown Point City Hall, 101 N. East St., INDOT will host a public hearing on the proposed project.
Herrmann’s final score before his death is one of his finest. Herrmann’s objective was to create a dark, sleazy sound to go along with Robert De Niro’s Travis as he drove through and became disgusted by the streets of New York. Every sound builds upon Travis’ disenchantment, leading to a shocking conclusion.
The city designated Taney Street at 11th Avenue “Honorary John W. Grigsby Street” in honor of the one of the earliest supporters to encourage then-councilman Richard Hatcher to run for mayor.
A 41-year-old Hobart man was arrested on auto theft charges after being found driving the wrong direction on a one-way street, Indiana State Police said.
Tonight is the fourth night of ongoing protests in Kenosha, following the shooting of Jacob Blake by a Kenosha Police Officer. Violence has occurred throughout the last three nights, with buildings set on fire and two people killed late Tuesday night. Throughout the night, The Kenosha News and Journal Times will be providing updates.