Only after her death did his late wife’s relatives realize she was covered by three life insurance policies totaling $4.5 million. A claim was sent in for one policy days after she died, court records show.
The NYPD says one of the store’s co-owners was pistol whipped during the brazen midtown Manhattan heist at about 2:45 p.m. Tuesday.
A middle school teacher who also coached high school volleyball has resigned after being accused of sending sexually explicit messages to students.
Stephen Collins wants a judge to deny his estranged wife any future spousal support payments over the leak of audio in which the former he purportedly acknowledges molesting underage girls.
The defense attorney for 33-year-old Purvi Patel of Granger argues in a court filing that investigators improperly questioned her in a hospital without reminding her of her legal rights.
A hunter faces charges after an officer with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources seized the antlers of a trophy buck.
Police say two men who were wounded by an officer are among three arrested after a possible rape was reported near the Indiana University campus in Bloomington.
Attorneys for a central Indiana man accused of murder in his aunt’s death contend he has been incarcerated too long without being brought to trial.
The lab featured nearly 30,000 square feet of space including modern chemistry labs, a 46-foot firing range and a covered evidence receiving area.
Police found heroine with a person who was in a car which was stopped for a traffic violation on Interstate 65.
According to the police report, most of the arrests and citations were made during tailgating at Ball State University, Indiana University and Purdue University games.
A LaPorte County jury found 39-year-old Jason Tibbs of LaPorte guilty of murder Friday in the 1993 death of 16-year-old Rayna Rison.
Southwestern Indiana police say a man who allegedly tried to rob a gas station using a toy gun was arrested after he crashed his car into a ditch.
State police are looking for a man who injured an Indiana Department of Transportation worker at a site near Bourbon, Ind.
A northern Indiana man has been found guilty in the 1993 strangulation death of a 16-year-old girl authorities said refused to date him.
The Indiana Supreme Court has asked attorneys for the state and IBM Corp. to consider mediation to settle their dispute.
Scott Detwiler is accused of selling a minivan and claiming it had been driven 100,000 fewer miles than was actually the case.
She said nothing during Thursday’s Delaware County court hearing and told her attorney not to make any arguments on her behalf.
Air bag module data indicates Andrew Serafini’s SUV was going 104 mph just before it crashed, killing two Norwell High School students.
The Johnson County woman told police she thought the victim had molested her two-year-old son and she wanted him to see a scar every time he had sex.