An Indian tribe in northern Indiana that recently celebrated becoming the first tribe in the state to have land returned to it from the federal government is ready to announce its plans to build a casino in South Bend.
Five FWCS schools will pick a design from a Career Academy students for their new logo and mascot.
A large gamers convention that threatened to leave Indianapolis during intense public debate over LGBT rights has signed a contract that will keep the event in the city through 2021.
Two officers heard gunshots, ran to the scene and fired shots. Both officers are white, the victim was black.
A fraternity says it supports a decision by Indiana State University to place one of its chapters on probation following the accidental drowning of an 18-year-old freshman during an event in Illinois.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
The city’s engineering staff coordinates on the lighting upgrades with council members, who are allotted a certain amount of casino money for projects in their districts.
An assistant Ohio attorney general ruled out the possibility of a one-month reprieve for death row inmate set to die for the 1993 rape and killing of his girlfriend’s 3-year-old daughter.
Over the past few years it’s predicted that more than 150 trees have been destroyed by beavers. The city has started to wrap trees in hopes of protecting them from the gnawing rodents.
The report says at least some of the state’s 46,000 miles of water pipes are made of lead or other corroded metals that could release harmful chemicals into drinking water.
American Legion officers warned that a woman who claims to be a representative of the veteran’s organization is asking for money to help a sick cat.
In a search that involved over 70 applicants, Indiana Tech Board of Trustees has named the new university president as Dr. Karl W. Einolf.
The change allows WIC participants anywhere in Indiana to shop for groceries by swiping a new benefits card and entering a personal identification number.
The panel began investigating the Stutzman family’s six-day 2015 visit during the congressman’s losing Senate bid, which included visits to Universal Studios, Capitol Records, and lunch with a TV producer his wife admires.
Officers responded to a burglary call and fired shots at a nearby call. A state police sergeant said it wasn’t immediately clear whether shots were fired at the officers and whether those in the car that had crashed were wounded by the officers.
The Hammond assessor pleaded guilty July 15 to three counts of extortion under a plea agreement in which prosecutors dropped four additional charges against her and agreed to a reduced sentence .
The body of a woman from Clarksville was found. Authorities say the woman’s estranged husband was located in Louisville and taken into custody Friday on an arrest warrant issued by Indiana State Police.
Republican committeemen voted 72-22 Friday evening to pick Chief Deputy Prosecutor Vicki Becker. One high-profile case that Becker will handle is that of Amber Pasztor.
Police found a man suffering from gunshot wounds at a Marion apartment complex. An investigation indicated that the victim was involved in an altercation with another man and threw a brick into the man’s window. At which point, the victim was shot.
Authorities say a southwestern Indiana man died when his small plane crashed into a field near the Ohio River.