Before every pitch, Michael Gil steps out of the batter’s box and makes the sign of the cross.
The Consumer Advocacy Project started in October and has already helped more than 50 people with things including debt.
The project depends on St. Joseph County approval of a change in zoning from single-family to planned unit development.
State and city leaders in Indianapolis are trying to make sure organizers of the city’s yearly Pride Festival feel welcome.
Specific guidelines have yet to be written.
University of Indianapolis basketball player Dai-Jon Parker is the man who died, two universities said.
Rangers at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore will give guided tours of Mount Baldy, closed for nearly two years since an Illinois boy was trapped under sand for more than three hours.
With Wednesday’s approval by the Board of Trustees’ executive committee, tuition at Purdue’s West Lafayette campus will remain at $10,002 for in-state residents and $28,804 for non-residents.
Democratic state Rep. Sheila Klinker of Lafayette told second-graders at a West Lafayette elementary school Wednesday that she’ll back a bill the make the firefly the state insect.
A Texas lawsuit accuses a Roman Catholic priest who’s a theology professor at the University of Notre Dame and a former priest of sexually abusing an underage boy more than 30 years ago.
State Veterinarian Bret Marsh says the goal is to protect Indiana’s commercial poultry industry and small, backyard flocks of chickens and other birds from bird flu.
A Lafayette carnival was shut down Tuesday evening after several children were injured on a ride. Some of the kids were taken to the hospital.