I-65 Downtown reopens after multi-car crash The crash was reported around 6:30 a.m. on I-65 South, near the 114 mile marker, according to the Indiana State Police. At least five vehicles were involved in the crash. Traffic was snarled in the area for about an hour as crews worked clear the interstate. 02/2/2015 - 11:18 pm | View Link
Semi roll over closes I-65 south bound traffic A semi roll over closed all lanes of I-65 south bound traffic this morning when it lost 5 steel ... All lanes were reopened at 11:00 a.m. Lanes were closed for investigation of the crash, removal of the vehicles and coils, and cleanup of the roadway. 01/12/2015 - 7:01 am | View Link
Overturned cement truck closes I-65 north of downtown A concrete truck overturned Tuesday morning ... north of Trinity Lane and south of Dickerson Pike. The scene was not cleared until around noon. No injuries have been reported. There is no word on what caused the crash. 11/25/2014 - 8:50 am | View Link
Overturned cement truck closes I-65 north of downtown Lanes were blocked for hours at mile marker 89, north of Trinity Lane and south of Dickerson Pike. The scene was not cleared until around noon. No injuries have been reported. There is no word on what caused the crash. Stay with Channel 4 for updates on ... 11/25/2014 - 8:17 am | View Link
Overturned cement truck closes I-65 north of downtown A concrete truck overturned Tuesday morning, spilling its load and closing down northbound lanes of Interstate 65 ... south of Dickerson Pike. The scene was not cleared until around noon. No injuries have been reported. There is no word on what caused the ... 11/25/2014 - 6:19 am | View Link
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Slideshow Landing Page Charleston police say the suspect wanted in the attempted murder of a Berkeley County Sheriff's Office deputy has been located in downtown Charleston. 05/22/2015 - 12:40 pm | View Website
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TRIMARC | Incident and Construction Report This is the Incident and Construction Summary Report for the greater Louisville and Southern Indiana regional freeway system. This report is updated Monday through ... 05/22/2015 - 3:07 am | View Website
BY RICHARD MIZE, Real Estate EditorThe leadership of the Oklahoma City Metro Association of Realtors is being accused of trying to ramrod a “demotion” of the association’s small but active Realtors Commercial Alliance.
The internal rift led to a formal complaint lodged Friday with the National Association of Realtors.
A six-page letter signed by alliance Chairman Jack Werner and its six other board members alleged that association executive Helen Bozman pushed through a proposed bylaws change — to be voted on by association members on Wednesday — that would reduce the alliance board to committee status.
The alliance has about 80 members who deal in commercial property, a tiny but active percentage of the association membership, which numbers about 2,900 and is geared almost wholly toward single-family home sales.
The Realtors Commercial Alliance, originally called the Commercial Industrial Division, was founded in 1994 and is separately accredited with the National Association of Realtors, hence it has its own board.
In his first singing role since retiring from opera stage a year ago, Ben Heppner takes his high Cs to the high seas in Mirvish Production’s Titanic: The Musical. It’s a small role, but the celebrated Canadian tenor tells us he’s just warming up.
Why were evangelical reality star and conservative political activist Josh Duggar’s parents Jim Bob and Michelle so slow to act on the revelation that their eldest son had molested his younger sisters—and, ultimately, so lenient? Documents about sexual abuse from the cult-like homeschooling program the family follows—which focus on public image and lay heavy blame on the victims of assault—may help answer the question.
He's a once-aspiring Marine with a history of run-ins with the law. A one-time community college student convicted three times in New York, including for second-degree assault. A former American Iron Works worker now charged with murder in the death of the man who led that company -- Savvas Savopoulos -- and his family.