The Department of Child Services is facing its own set off challenges right now. The Governor recently appointed a new director, after the former director quit last month. That former director wrote a scathing letter critical of Indiana’s Governor.
Seattle-based Amazon included Indianapolis on its list of 20 cities it is still considering for what the company says will be a $5 billion project with as many as 50,000 employees.
Prosecutors in southwestern Indiana have dropped charges of driving while intoxicated against a driver whose car struck and killed a teen whose sled slid into a roadway.
Indianapolis is among the cities under consideration for its second headquarters. Most of the finalists are located in the Northeast.
Earlier this week, a similar event was captured on video in Michigan.
Sony DADC US Inc. notified the Indiana Department of Workforce Development on Wednesday it will outsource the music and video disc manufacturing currently performed at its Terre Haute plant.
Chief Bryan Roach told members of an Indianapolis City-County Council committee Wednesday that the program is needed because witnesses and victims feel unsafe.
The Indiana Department of Correction says more than 8,000 doses of a frequently abused pain medication are missing from the New Castle Correctional Facility.
The legislation would have allowed grocery stores, pharmacies and gas stations to sell cold beer.
Rex Hammond, 53, is accused of holding up JJ’s gas station in Decatur on October 25 as well as a gas station in Auburn earlier in the month.
State senators voted 47-0 to pass the bill introduced by State Senator Travis Holdman, a Republican from Fort Wayne.
Hancock Health in Greenfield says in a statement the attack was initiated Thursday by an “unidentified criminal group.”
John Buncich was removed from office as Lake County sheriff after a jury convicted him in August of bribery and wire fraud charges.
The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians say the casino has 1,800 electronic gambling machines, four restaurants, three bars and employs about 1,200 people.
Bills targeting hate crimes have failed in recent years and the state is one of just five without laws against crimes motivated by biases, such as race, gender, religion and sexual orientation.
U.S. Reps. Luke Messer and Todd Rokita and former state Rep. Mike Braun, along with Andrew Takami, Mark Hurt and Andrew Horning, will challenge to face Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly in the November election.
The Four Winds South Bend casino owned by the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians will be Indiana’s first tribal casino.
A proposed ordinance drafted by Fishers’ parks department will go before its city council Tuesday night. It states that the proposed ban is “in the spirit of promoting a culture of health and positive example for youth.”
The event will be held from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1157 at 2401 Hart St. in Vincennes.
Flu activity is widespread across the state. 36 of the deaths occurred among people age 65 or older.