Police said the driver was intoxicated last July when the 42-foot powerboat he was operating crashed into a break wall near East Chicago’s marina.
The Logansport Municipal Utilities’ power plant burned through the last of its coal in January 2016 before shutting down because it couldn’t meet Obama’s guidelines to curb climate change.
Northern Indiana police say a number of people have viewed and shared on social media a video showing “heinous” sexual abuse of a high school student.
The package of bills would allow high school students might be able to take different classes such as computer coding instead of English and statistics rather than algebra II to help them graduate.
Flu viruses are circulating and can cause serious illness, hospitalization and death.
A collection of signatures of historic figures such as John F. Kennedy, Lewis Carroll, Queen Victoria and Benjamin Franklin is going on display in Indiana.
Investigators determined that the man entered the bank implying that he had a weapon and demanded money from the tellers.
A northern Indiana man has pleaded guilty to an enhanced charge of murder for fatally stabbing his pregnant girlfriend and leaving her body in their apartment while he took a vacation.
Under the revamped version, new spending on the preschool pilot program amounts to $3 million, despite a request from Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb for a $10 million increase.
A Senate panel amended the bill last week to remove a section that would have required school districts to adopt policies creating a “limited public forum” for prayer at school activities such as assemblies and sporting events.
Ryan White, the Kokomo teenager who died of AIDS nearly 27 years ago, became the poster child for HIV education and awareness.
The Indiana-based chain began selling cold beer for on-site consumption and takeout at two locations earlier this month, generating protests from lawmakers.
For the second time in two days, a wild turkey has flown into a motor vehicle’s windshield in Indiana.
A spokesperson says the effort is part of a research project to shed light on public sentiment during the height of the AIDS crisis of the 1980s.
A group called Friends of Yellowwood collected 1,500 signatures on petitions in 1990 opposing the project. They asked for a more modest road instead.
The budget includes a $358 million increase for K-12 education, $6 million less than the House and Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb wanted for the state’s preschool program.
The proposed two-year state spending plan nixes a proposed cigarette tax increase wanted by the GOP-controlled House and increases funding for special veterans’ courts by $1 million.
18-year-old Raven Osborne, a high school senior at 21st Century Charter School in Gary, will earn a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Purdue University Northwest on May 5, the same month she will earn a high school diploma from the charter school.
Homemade explosives – two pipe bombs – were found in 2014 in a Terre Haute city park. A bomb squad safely disabled the explosives.
Gerald Cole was shot in the arm and the back on Oct. 19 by Officer James Perry during the struggle while Perry was trying to handcuff Cole’s brother, 39-year-old Stephen Cole.