An investigation is underway in Steuben County after a yellow granular substance was found Tuesday evening inside a mailbox in Hamilton. The same substance was also found on and around other mailboxes.
Because of all the rain we’ve had and the amount of debris, conditions on the rivers were considered to be unsafe for the events.
Indiana Michigan Power completely restored power just before noon to customers who lost service as a result of Saturday’s storms. At one point 32,000 customers were without power.
Water is being released from dams at Roush Lake and the Salamonie Reservoir because of record rainfall so officials are taking precautions in case that excess water flowing into the Wabash River creates extreme flooding.
Van Wert County is already using the new forms for marriage license applications.
When teens can drive, who they have with them and how they use their cell phones changes Wednesday.
Preliminary indications are that the fire at the Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church in Greeleyville was not intentionally set and was not arson, the source said.
Silgan Plastics expects layoffs to be completed by early September.
A bulletproof window protected the clerk and the robbers left without getting anything.
The cleanup continues in Fort Wayne following Saturday’s storm that caused damage throughout the city.
The U.S. Geological Survey says the 3.3-magnitude temblor was recorded Tuesday morning northeast of Union City. There were no reports of damage or injuries.
A footbridge that connects several Aboite Township neighborhoods with a shopping center and library that washed away during a flash flood in August, 2014 has been replaced.
The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo officially marked its 50th Birthday with a party – complete with a one-of-a-kind birthday cake Wednesday morning.
Police believe the driver of a Honda SUV may have had some sort of health problem that caused him to lose control and crash into the backyard of a home Monday morning.
Experts say because of the soggy soil, it may be best to remove leaning trees before they fall.
The state has identified about $545 million in outstanding tax liabilities that may be eligible for some taxpayer relief when paid in full during the program.
Officers with the Kosciusko County Drug Task Force seized a “substantial” amount of cocaine at a home in Warsaw Tuesday morning.
Some big changes are about to take effect concerning teen drivers in Indiana. The new laws address cell phones, nighttime driving, and passenger restrictions.
John Hart began his law enforcement career with the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department as a reserve officer in 1977.
Authorities in Pennsylvania say a nurse has dropped a newborn boy at a hospital, fracturing his skull. The baby’s mother says a doctor told her the nurse was “drowsy.”
Sales at General Motors fell 3 percent despite a 19 percent gain in sales of its Silverado and Sierra pickups.
Truck and engine maker Navistar has shuttered its foundry in Indianapolis, leaving all but 20 of the remaining 160 employees without jobs.
Despite a handful of highlight reel plays from TinCaps outfielder Franmil Reyes on Tuesday, Fort Wayne lost to the Bowling Green Hot Rods, 7-2, at Parkview Field on Tuesday night.
The Americans will play in the final in Vancouver against the winner of Wednesday night’s semifinal between England and defending champion Japan.
Some people in Allen County are on their fourth day with out power. 1,750 customers were still in the dark Tuesday and by Tuesday night, that number declined to 500.
With A.J. Hammons returning for his senior season, the addition of graduate transfer Johnny Hill, and the signing of incoming freshman Caleb Swanigan, expectations are on the rise in West Lafayette.
Homestead High School graduate and Purdue-bound big man Caleb Swanigan tied for the team lead with 13 points as the United States U19 National Team defeated Egypt 92-50 in pool play at the FIBA World Championships on Tuesday.
The five routes include Indiana 37. Federal and state officials identified that state highway in 2004 as the best possible route to complete the roughly 142-mile I-69 extension between Evansville and Indianapolis.
The latest action was announced two days after the last of the convicts, David Sweat, was wounded and captured following more than three weeks on the run. His accomplice, Richard Matt, was shot and killed last week.
Far too many Americans die of cardiac arrest, and now a major new report urges a national campaign to improve survival in part by making sure more bystanders know how to help.