In the more than two-minute long video, the five teen boys can be heard laughing as the man struggles to stay afloat, police say, in a pond near his family's Cocoa, Florida, home.
Officials say the two men were drinking at a bar in Greenfield, Indiana, when they started showing signs of severe intoxication.
Weeks after the Ark Encounter celebrated its one year anniversary, the state's tourism agency pulled the plug on millions in tax breaks.
Police arrested two men on Friday wanted for a string of church break-ins in Indiana and Kentucky.
An animal farm recently opens in southern Indiana. After at least a decade, the owners' longtime dream to bring more animals and good news to their small community becomes a reality.
According to court documents in the case, Mekielle Pullins allegedly sent videos of her choking her toddler son to the boy's father.
Officials are estimating the two and-a-half hour trip from Louisville to Hopkinsville could take about four hours.
An LMPD spokesperson says officers responded to a call that a child was in cardiac arrest early Saturday morning.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Target is issuing what the company says are "more secure" store credit cards to shoppers.
The retailer is converting all of its credit and debit cards to chip and PIN cards. That means customers will have to enter a PIN -- not just a signature -- to complete a transaction.
The new cards create a unique code for each transaction.
The move comes two years after Target suffered a data breach, exposing personal information of up to 70 million customers.
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