Another suspected cyber crime targets a major U.S. company, and this one could be a larger hack than Target.
In a split decision, a federal appeals court has ruled Indiana's Right to Work law does not violate federal labor laws or the United States Constitution. The appellate court's ruling comes as the Indiana Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments on the same topic later this week. While the federal decision didn't come as a surprise, the focus now shifts to the state Supreme Court's decision, said Chuck Whobrey, the president of Teamsters Local 215.
The ISIS terror group has published a video titled "A second message to America," showing the beheading of American journalist Steven Sotloff.
Brad Byrd sits down with Sheriff Wedding tonight to get his response to Lt. Byram's comments.
Brad Byrd sits down with Lt. Byram, who is running against Sheriff Dave Wedding, to discuss what happened with the bankruptcy and the news release he sent out calling Sheriff Wedding the "sheriff of sleaze" and "Barney Fife."
September is National Preparedness Month and the Green River District Health Department is providing tips on how to survive and prepare for disasters.