Michigan city is banning all cellphone use while driving

UPDATE: Silver Alert canceled for missing Clark County man

UPDATE: Silver Alert canceled for 81-year-old man from Hammond

Michigan State Police issues missing advisory for 14-year-old girl nea Chelsea area

$50,000 Powerball ticket set to expire

Extra Michigan State Police patrols continue Thanksgiving weekend

Former MSU president charged with lying about Larry Nassar case

Indiana State Police accepting applications for Regional Dispatcher

Fire Prevention Week

Indiana Secretary of State warns investors of Hurricane Florence scams

Two children die in Logansport house fire

Gov. Holcomb appoints Lake County judge to state appellate court

Rally calling for Indiana Attorney General's resignation

Police looking for Van Buren County homicide suspect

Police in Pulaski County have found the missing man and his 2-year-old son

Sen. Donnelly talks about the benefits for farmers, waterways and the opioid crisis

Indiana court: Miranda applies in some student interviews

Governor Eric Holcomb headed to Washington for economic summit

Load More Stories
More Weather

Most Popular

The feed from Inside Edition is currently unavailable. It should be back shortly.

NBC News Headlines

Here's what could be next for massage parlor workers discovered in Florida bust

If the women are designated as human trafficking victims, they would be eligible for a special visa, experts say.

Judge dismisses charges over boy's death on waterslide

The Kansas attorney general said in a statement that his office, which prosecuted the case, was disappointed and "respectfully disagrees" with the ruling.

Prominent Los Angeles comedian Brody Stevens dies at 48

"Brody was an inspiring voice who was a friend to many in the comedy community," the comedian's reps said in a statement.

R. Kelly, charged with sexually abusing underage victims, has turned himself in

Kelly faces 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse.

As more blacks wear natural hairstyles, some children run up against rules

In the past, "African-Americans often conformed through haircuts, wigs and relaxers," one lawyer said. "Now, more of us are choosing not to conform."