A 71-year-old man was doing farm work in Whitley County when he was ran over by his John Deere tractor.
The minivan was traveling the wrong way on Lake Avenue when it collided with another vehicle and went through a couple of yards.
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A driver of a truck that crashed told police he looked down at his cell phone, and when he looked up he couldn’t avoid hitting another car.
Kosciusko County officials are currently investigating the death of a 17-year-old near the town of Burket.
On Saturday, the Little River Wetlands Project held its annual Clean-up at Eagle Marsh where volunteers focused on the high trafficked area near Engle Road.
Fort Wayne and Allen County police helped the marshals grab 25 fugitives in Fort Wayne.
For nearly 20 years, a local non-profit organization has been dedicated to the rescue, recovery and release of injured, ill or orphaned birds of prey. Soarin’ Hawk Raptor Rehab has more than 90 volunteers who keep it running.
A needle exchange program was established in the county following an outbreak where there are now 120 confirmed cases of HIV.
In addition to the 25 fugitives arrested in Fort Wayne, U.S. Marshals nabbed 70 people in southern Indiana.
Hundreds of tattoo artists, some of the best in the nation, will be at the Grand Wayne Center for a tattoo festival that’s open to the public.
Many of the frustrations are tied to glitches with online portions of the test.
In 1990, people in the community founded the organization because they were concerned about 85 percent of Indiana’s wetlands had been destroyed.
State lawmakers at Friday’s Noble County Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinner said Indiana has already shown it’s not the state that received national scrutiny over RFRA.
The shelter has served nearly 100 victims of domestic violence since it opened in December 2011.
Shana Hancock, who is seen in the profanity laced video, posted a comment on Facebook which reads in part, “I am so sorry to the officer for screaming at him like that.”
You might not know some of the famous tattoo artists in the Summit City this weekend, but that’s okay. They’ve got enough art for everyone to enjoy.
Mug shots from 25 fugitives arrested in the city as a result of a special operation that nabbed a total of 54 people in northwest and northeast Indiana.
It was a tough day for the IPFW softball team as it went up against the national leader in strikeouts from North Dakota State. The Mastodons dropped both games of the doubleheader to the Bison by scores of 18-0 and 10-0. The series finale between the two teams has been moved up due to rain in the forecast and will now be at 10:30 a.m.
After earning second-team All-Big Ten honors this past season, Purdue rising senior A.J. Hammons has announced that he will return to West Lafayette for the 2015-16 season.
After a successful event focused on helping families and individuals with autism last year, the school corporation hosted its second resource and information fair.
Police say 23-year-old Samantha Fleming and her daughter Serenity went missing April 6.
Proponents believe shifting breakfast from the cafeteria to the classroom is the most effective way to make sure all children are ready to learn.
A western Indiana man charged with murder after his DNA matched evidence in a long-unsolved killing has been convicted in the 1979 slaying of a 20-year-old woman.
Game developers at Rovio Entertainment are announcing plans Saturday to create an in-game experience about climate change.
Indiana could be in play in next year’s Republican presidential race despite its late primary.
He died Friday night at his home of a heart attack.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that Indiana had just 1.7 days from March 31 through April 4 that were suitable for field work.
On Iran, Medicare, education and trade, Republicans and Democrats have come together to make deals, and that’s something rarely seen lately.
Earth Day organizers also are announcing plans with developers of the popular “Angry Birds” game to create a new in-game experience about climate change.