Cloudy / Windy
WATERLOO, Ind. - Two 4-year-old girls were found safe after they were missing inside a northeastern Indiana cornfield for more than two hours.
The search for the cousins brought dozens of emergency workers and a helicopter to the field along U.S. 6 near the DeKalb County town of Waterloo on Thursday.
Trisha Burritt tells WANE-TV that her daughter's grandfather was watching the girls and they were missing after he briefly went into the garage.
Waterloo firefighter Tyler Weldon tells The Star of Auburn crews walked a grid pattern through the 50-acre cornfield until the girls were found.
Burritt says the girls made it to a creek and were hiding because they were scared of the helicopter. The girls were checked out by medics and released to family members.
A suspect in two sexual assaults in downtown Indianapolis was charged Monday with a third attack that allegedly happened on the near-north…
Hal Fryar, who gained fame as "Harlow Hickenlooper", the host of The Three Stooges show on Channel 6, died Sunday at the…
The Kokomo fire chief has asked people not to donate bottled water to the fire department or its employees.
A Franklin police officer was arrested Monday for domestic battery by the Johnson County Sheriff's Office.
Boeing's B-17 "Madras Maiden" is at the Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport as part of the Liberty Foundation's 2017 Salute…