Indiana is losing millions of dollars in health funding because of how it uses money from the 1998 tobacco settlement.
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A price-fixing investigation into the auto parts industry has mushroomed into the Justice Department’s largest criminal antitrust probe ever, and it’s not over.
Despite more than 8 million sign-ups, the Associated Press-GfK poll finds just 28 percent in support of the law while 43 percent are opposed.
Robert Gates, the new president of the Boy Scouts of America, said Friday that he would have moved last year to allow openly gay adults in the organization.
The shooting happened early Saturday morning in Coke Lot 1C. Officers and medics responded and pronounced the victim dead at the scene.
Officials are reminding thousands of Ohioans headed to cemeteries over Memorial Day weekend that there’s a protocol for raising upkeep concerns or other issues.
Federal food safety officials say ground beef recalled by a Detroit business may have been sent to stores in 10 states.
General Motors is telling Wall Street that a recent spate of recalls may last until mid-summer as it continues a review of safety issues.
A 2012 state law gives the board the power to ban such compounds until the General Assembly can reconvene. The law allows the Board of Pharmacy to pass emergency rules so law enforcement agencies can take timely action against the compounds.
A bizarre story has emerged out of California where a woman who disappeared in 2004 at the age of 15 claims her husband is the person who abducted her.
Toyota said Thursday it’s recalling 516,000 vehicles worldwide — including 430,500 in the U.S. — for three separate safety problems, including brakes that can activate without warning.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s department is trying to track down a man who’s wanted on multiple charges and considered to be dangerous.
After years of being held at IPFW, the annual fireworks display in Fort Wayne will be shot off downtown from One Summit Square in 2014.
Colorado State University researchers have forecast nine named storms in 2014, with just three expected to become hurricanes and one major storm with winds over 110 mph.
A new report by an Indiana University research group says Indiana’s four largest cities are in the midst of some big population increases.
The Ball State University Board of Trustees has selected the current president of the University of Maine to become the school’s next president.
The Indiana appeals court is allowing the family of a girl fatally struck by a drunken driver to go ahead with its lawsuit against the beer vendor at Indianapolis Colts games.
A coast to coast fundraising event stopped off in New Haven Wednesday where people bid on a wide range of items to raise money for the Wounded Warrior project.
Because of the state’s dependence on the fossil fuel for generating electricity, new federal rules will mean even higher prices for power in the future.
The first of what will be many banners honoring resident and City employees was installed Wednesday morning.