NEW YORK (CNN/WABC) - Take a look at this video. It is a time lapse of Shuttle Enterprise on its final voyage, this time up the Hudson rather than into the skies.
A crane lifted the shuttle into the air one final time, lowering it to its final resting place on the deck of the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York City.
The spacecraft exhibit on the Hudson River is expected to open to the public in mid-July.
People lining the shores of New York and New Jersey caught a glimpse, as it sailed past landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty and the new World Trade Center.
A Johnson County judge has upheld the state's decision to close a Center Grove area day care.
A prominent Indiana conservative group has distributed a flier to churches around the state making dire predictions if a state constitutional amendment banning gay marriage isn't adopted.
Former Indiana Schools Superintendent Tony Bennett has found new work helping to pitch a Common Core test to state education leaders.