Gov. Eric Holcomb says the new system’s benefits include cutting the response time for “services like pothole patching, sign repair, and debris cleanup.”
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Children’s advocates are pressing the company to shut it down, while others question Facebook’s financial ties with advisers who provided input.
Vera Bradley on Friday celebrated Random Acts of Kindness Day by donating 150 totes and blankets to cancer patients at Parkview Regional Medical Center.
The 2014 deal was signed by Mayor Greg Ballard, who envisioned a 400-vehicle municipal fleet running on electricity or a hybrid-gasoline option.
State law requires defendants be brought to trial within 6 months. Henry Underwood was arrested in June for carrying a handgun and at one time had been considered a suspect in connection to the May 2017, killing of Terrance Miles.
A 24-year-old woman was found dead inside a closet at her Columbus home on Jan. 29, the day after her 24th birthday.
23 alleged gang members were charged in a racketeering conspiracy that includes five killings as well as attempted murder, extortion, money laundering, drug trafficking, assault and other charges.
Conservative groups are urging Indiana lawmakers to pass a bill that would require parents to “opt in” for their children to take sex education classes in public schools.
The landmark decision means adjacent property owners can’t exercise exclusive control of the beach between their homes and the water.
A 17-year-old Norwell High School student was killed when her 1997 Chrysler Concorde left the north side of U.S. 224 in a slight curve and struck a utility pole.
The City of Fort Wayne New Markets Revitalization Fund was awarded a New Markets Tax Credits allocation for the third time.
Rep. Bill Reineke, of Tiffin, says his plan could improve accountability and the responsiveness of Ohio’s public education system to 21st-century workforce needs.
Anthony Sowell was sentenced to die for killing 11 women and hiding their remains in and around his Cleveland home.
The infected animals originated with a herd in Franklin County, Indiana, that tested positive for bovine TB in 2016.
Wildlife in Need in Charlestown cannot host events where visitors can interact with tiger cubs and have their picture taken, as the Southern Indiana wildlife center is known for.
Indiana residents may be able to buy carryout alcohol on Sundays immediately under an amendment by House Public Policy Committee Chairman Ben Smaltz, an Auburn Republican.
Toyota Motor Corp., which owns the Lexus and Toyota brands, had six vehicles rank at the top of J.D. Power’s annual survey segments, the most of any company.
The bus, stolen from a school system about 19 miles west of Dayton, struck a parked car during the chase, which ended in the Dayton suburb of Trotwood.
The 61-year-old faces up to 93 days in jail after about 70 cows were found dead on his properties.
The city of Fishers will create a public park and beach within a 69-acre parcel along Geist Reservoir, an area largely surrounded by expensive homes.