Kids are turning 18 and applying for their first apartment, job, or school loan only to find out that they have bad credit and are thousands of dollars in debt.
The FBI is continuing to develop its case tonight against a 55-year-old man who met a 13-year-old Missouri teen online, and then abducted her to New Mexico.
Two men held an employee and a customer at gunpoint during a robbery at a Dollar General Store on Wednesday.
As Indianapolis plays host to another major sporting event, state leaders are again sounding the alarm on human trafficking. Authorities say many of the victims are children.
A Fort Wayne mom is still rallying for justice nearly two years after her 19-year-old son was shot and killed by police. She just took things a step further and filed a federal lawsuit against the city and the police officers involved.
Police believe the second shooting was an effort to eliminate a witness to the first shooting. One of the two people arrested is a juvenile and therefore has not yet been named.
Thanks to the help of several people at the scene, police were able to find and arrest the man they believe robbed a Kendallville pharmacy Monday evening.
A 23-year-old Bay City man who was convicted on an animal killing charge for running over a badly burned schnauzer with his car has been sentenced to jail.
Pharmacists now join doctors in having national associations with ethics codes that restrict credentialed members from participating in executions.
An officer with Indiana State Excise Police is accused of sexual misconduct with a minor and dissemination of matter harmful to minors.
Police found potentially explosive devices in a teen’s Adams County home in August of 2014.
The victim’s mother contacted police a year earlier to report that her daughter told her she had been engaging in sexual conduct with a man for several years.
A thief in New Hampshire apparently had a craving for cash, not cookies.
A correctional officer noticed a foul smell while doing a home visit, which led him to a body in a bedroom closet.
Police say someone bid $17,000 for top seed Kentucky at a Marion bar Thursday evening in a raffle that brought in bids totaling $57,500.
Police were able to connect the burglary to a teenager who said he would put electronics in trash cans and roll them away or go back and get it later.
A federal watchdog on Thursday faulted the Drug Enforcement Administration over allegations that agents attended sex parties with prostitutes on government-leased property while stationed overseas.
Two people were arrested days after a drug task force arrested nine people on various drug charges.
A Michigan man who pleaded guilty to animal cruelty in the stomping death of six kittens has been sentenced to a year in jail.
The number of local juvenile offenders detained each year has been decreasing dramatically during the past decade.