A man who stole a cellphone from a business returned it four days later with a letter of apology, but police are not willing to forgive and forget.
The Illinois Liquor Control Commission says bootlegging charges have been filed against the owners of seven Chicago liquor stores for illegally importing alcohol from Indiana.
A Connecticut man is facing 18 years in prison for his role in a killing that police solved by tracking a gold chain and medallion featuring the Disney character Scrooge McDuck.
A woman suffered minor injuries after a crash on U.S. 127 in Van Wert County Thursday evening.
Fort Wayne police discovered an active meth lab inside a home on Cherry Street Thursday night.
The first police officer to respond to the crash that killed Bishop Dwenger student Haley Nellum testified Thursday morning. It was the first time in the trial that details of the crash have been revealed.
According to documents, the woman escaped while her boyfriend was at work and his father was asleep.
29-year-old Brian Ivey of Warsaw was found to be wanted for a felony parole violation out of Georgia and had no valid driver’s license.
Mayor Greg Ballard’s office has estimated it would cost $2 million to $3 million to get body cameras for the city’s 900 patrol officers.
The suspect is charged with two counts of felony rape in assaults that prosecutors say happened in April and in 2013.
Several FBI and IRS agents spent several hours Tuesday searching the headquarters of American Senior Communities and the Carmel home of company CEO James Burkhart.
Day three of the trial of Jeremy Washington, the man who hit and killed Haley Nellum, started with the testimony of two of the men involved in the fight and shooting at the Corner Pocket Bar.
Shakidi D. Underwood, 17, is wanted in relation to the July 9 fatal shooting of 30-year-old Melvin Palmer III.
Jessica Ann Fecht, 34, whose body was found in a hole in the basement of a Sherman Boulevard home Feb. 5, was strangled to death, the coroner’s office ruled.
A central Indiana woman has pleaded guilty to neglect and battery charges stemming from the abuse of her 16-year-old step-granddaughter, who was found malnourished and covered in human waste.
Neighbors said they hadn’t seen any Outlaws members there for two weeks and no one was seen being brought out of the building early Wednesday.
Police said the brisket tosser told officers in Kentucky he threw the hunk of meat because he lost his temper but “didn’t mean for anyone to get hurt.”
The chase went from rural Waterloo to the central Angola monument, where one of the motorcyclists wrecked as he rounded the roundabout and was hit with a Taser jolt.