A home in Huntertown sustained heavy damage in a fire.
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The incident started with a suicidal man with a gun to his head.
His wife and daughter released the results of Petty’s autopsy via a statement Friday on his Facebook page.
The Department of Child Services is facing its own set off challenges right now. The Governor recently appointed a new director, after the former director quit last month. That former director wrote a scathing letter critical of Indiana’s Governor.
They marched from Monument Circle, to the Statehouse, in honor of Dr. King Jr.
Slick conditions causing problems on I-69.
Eyeball tattoos are a real thing and one Indiana lawmakers wants to stop Hoosiers from getting them.
The snowmobiles were stolen from Potato Creek State Park in mid-December.
An Indiana lawmaker wants to give Hoosiers the chance to choose when to end their life if they are terminally ill.
On the agenda is Sunday alcohol sales, a crackdown on the state’s opioid crisis and more.
At the meeting, a new president and vice president were elected.
First baby of the new year born at Lutheran Health.
The victim is in serious condition.
A state lawmaker says if you’re offended by an Indianapolis Colts player taking a knee during the national anthem, you deserve a refund.
She was a child star of the 1920s and 1930s who endeared herself to TV fans on the classic ’60s sitcom that featured Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore.
One car sustained heavy damage, while the other went down an embankment.
One state lawmakers wants undocumented immigrants to qualify for in-state tuition in Indiana.
Crews from at least nine different departments battled the blaze.
A Republican State Representative wants to make drivers think twice about driving recklessly through a work zone by giving the courts the option to make sentences longer.
People walked from the Rescue Mission to Trinity English Lutheran Church as part of the “Longest Night” Memorial Walk.