1997 graduate Jon Edwards is a key engineer with the historic launch set for Saturday.
It has been another day with showers and storms popping up in the afternoon. We have more on the way for Thursday and early Friday, but the weekend is looking great. Meteorologist Cindi Clawson has the details in her Wednesday evening forecast.
Heckaman will play college tennis at Bethel University.
The Shipshewana Flea Market opened up for the season last week.
Floyd, 46, died Monday night after a Minneapolis police officer pinned him by the neck with his knee for more than eight minutes. The president called the Floyd his death "very sad and tragic."
The lawsuit alleges race and gender discrimination and that the hair policy infringed upon the constitutional rights of DeAndre Arnold and his cousin, Kaden Bradford.
Adriana Torres didn’t find out her daughter, Leah, was born until days later when she woke up on her 41st birthday. Long Island doctors delivered Leah 11 weeks early to save her and her mother.
Larry Kramer was sounding the alarm on the burgeoning HIV/AIDS crisis before the disease even had a name. The writer and activist co-founded the Gay Men’s Health Crisis, the first organization to advocate for the prevention and treatment of AIDS, and later started ACT UP to push for political action.
The first manned mission to space from American soil in nine years was scrubbed 17 minutes before launch due to weather concerns. The highly anticipated event is rescheduled for Saturday.