A judge agreed Thursday to move a second trial in the 2012 Indianapolis explosion case out of Marion County.
Church leaders asked members to pray not only for God’s justice in this investigation, but also for the suspects’ deliverance from sin and its consequences.
Police said Miss Indiana 2013 appeared to be drunk due to her slurred speech and had an “abusive attitude” towards the officers.
Two former Hendricks County sheriff’s deputies were arrested in connection to a large synthetic drug operation dating back to October.
Coleen Houlihan is accused of spending tens of thousands of dollars without the permission of the Fort Wayne Youth Hockey League.
One man is facing several felony drug charges following Thursday’s drug raid.
Police think the men who robbed the credit union may be headed toward Fort Wayne.
Only about 20 percent of campus sexual assault victims go to police, according to a report released Thursday.
The worker allegedly stole at least $45,000 from the church’s payroll and its weekly collections from parishioners.
Southwestern Indiana police say an Evansville man lived with a woman’s body for nearly a week before his father found the corpse in a home’s living room.
A northwestern Indiana man accused of killing his parents was sentenced to 18 months in jail after a judge found him in contempt of court three times during a hearing on the murder charges.
A man was shot in the head and critically wounded while the suspect arrested was treated for a gunshot wound to the buttocks.
Officers say there have been at least 12 reports of fake bills being passed during the past two weeks.
The 84-year-old man accused of hitting and killing a woman in a November hit and run pleaded not guilty on Wednesday.
Police posted surveillance photos of the suspects on the department’s Facebook page. They say anonymous tips led them to the couple.
Approximately 17 hours after police made contact with the mother, they meet with a man in Fort Wayne who handed over the child.
A 20-year-old Fort Wayne man faces a robbery charge in the case of another man who was beaten, robbed and stripped nude back on November 30.
No guns were displayed but one man made a motion in his pocket as though he had a gun.
Nearly 40 years later, utilizing the Internet’s power and advanced DNA testing, Indiana State Police hope he’ll answer both lingering questions.
The federal autopsy in the Ferguson police shooting reached similar conclusions to those performed by local officials and a private examiner.