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Indiana Man Allegedly Accused of Eating Murder Victim’s Internal Organs

Indiana Man Allegedly Accused of Eating Murder Victim’s Internal Organs

  An Indiana man has been allegedly accused of eating his murder victim’s internal organs. Joseph Oberhansley, age 33, who had been formerly sentenced to murdering a girlfriend made an appearance in Jeffersonville court on Monday. The suspect was charged on Monday afternoon in association with the murder of Tammy Jo Blanton, age 46. In […]

Merrillville, Indiana Police Officer Nickolaus Schultz Dies From Gunshot

Merrillville, Indiana Police Officer Nickolaus Schultz Dies From Gunshot

A Merrillville, Indiana, police officer who was shot during an exchange of gunfire on Friday night has died of his injuries. Police Patrolman Second Class Nickolaus Schultz was removed from life support before dying in an Oak Lawn, Ill., hospital at 9:37 a.m. He was 24 years old. Schultz was among a group of officers who responded […]

Same Sex Marriage: Progress and Defeat

Same Sex Marriage: Progress and Defeat

Proponents of same-sex marriage have had both a positive and negative week. On Wednesday, a federal judge in Louisiana became one of the first to go against the federal court trend of striking down the bans on same-sex marriage. On Thursday, federal judges involved in the rulings for both Wisconsin and Indiana ruled that the bans […]

Indiana and Wisconsin Set to Defend Gay Marriage Bans

Indiana and Wisconsin Set to Defend Gay Marriage Bans

Indiana and Wisconsin are set to defend their gay marriage bans. There was around 230 people gathered around the outside of a Chicago courtroom so they could listen to arguments made to a federal appeals court in a legal contest to the gay marriage bans in both Wisconsin and Indiana. The 7th United States Circuit […]

Indiana Women Narrowly Escape Death From Train While Walking on Bridge [Video]

Indiana Women Narrowly Escape Death From Train While Walking on Bridge [Video]

In Indiana, a video camera caught the frightening dilemma of how two women narrowly escape death from a train that showed up on the tracks behind them as they were walking along an 80 foot high railroad bridge in the Hoosier state. In order to save themselves, the two females laid down on the tracks […]

Indiana Teen Pilot Killed In Attempt to Fly Around World

Indiana Teen Pilot Killed In Attempt to Fly Around World

Indiana teenager Haris Suleman was killed in a plane crash during his attempt to fly around the world. At the age of 17, Suleman was attempting to set a record as the youngest pilot to fly around the globe the quickest. Accompanied by his father Babar, the pair were days away from returning home to […]

Pit Bull Saved Deaf Teen From Deadly Fire [Video]

Pit Bull Saved Deaf Teen From Deadly Fire [Video]

A Pit Bull is being hailed a hero after he saved a deaf teen from a deadly house fire. The two-year-old pup named Ace alerted his 13-year-old owner by licking his face until the boy awakened. Nick Lamb was home alone with his dog when the blaze broke out. The dog was smart enough to […]

Detroit Police Understaffed Fail to Continue Investigation

Detroit Police Understaffed Fail to Continue Investigation

Five gun shell casings were found outside 31-year-old, Michael Moeglin’s delivery truck Thursday morning. The vehicle had been set on fire to cover up the homicide but it failed to do so. Detroit Police claimed Moeglin, husband of Ashley Moeglin and father of their unborn child deceased at the scene; however the investigation is continuing […]

Same-Sex Marriage: Certificates of Doubt

Same-Sex Marriage: Certificates of Doubt

Same-sex marriage bans are falling all over the country; however, their marriage licenses may become certificates of doubt. Tippecanoe County in Indiana had a problem with same-sex marriage ceremonies on Thursday, June 26, no valid marriage licenses. Though the county is authorized to perform the ceremony, the county only had forms stating husband and wife […]

Federal Appeals Court Issues Emergency Stay to Stop Same Sex Marriages in Indiana

Federal Appeals Court Issues Emergency Stay to Stop Same Sex Marriages in Indiana

A federal appeals court issued an emergency stay on Friday, which has attempted to stop same-sex marriages in Indiana. This is pending the conclusion of an appeal of a federal judge’s ruling which decided the Hoosier state’s ban on gay marriage was unconstitutional. The Indiana Attorney General turned to the United States Court of Appeals, […]

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