Hoosier Lottery officials say despite the unprecedented jackpot, the $999 million is the highest number the billboards can handle.
Power companies reported scattered outages affecting a few thousand customers across the state Sunday morning.
With an eye to his re-election bid, Pence will have an opportunity to reframe the debate Tuesday during a statewide broadcast of the annual State of the State speech.
The Indiana Department of Homeland Security recorded 73 fire deaths around the state during 2015, down from 84 such deaths in 2014.
Police are investigating and say the forklift used to lift the machine off its foundation was stolen from a construction site about a mile away.
Legislators face a debate over a push to extend LGBT civil rights protections.
The Indiana Department of Transportation expect low temperatures to cause freezing rain and high winds that might blow snow.
His removal came after an investigation on two players’ transfers showed “improper behavior as an athletic coach.”
The man was the chief financial officer at the credit union. He admitted to stealing the large sum over 12 years.
According to information filed with the court, the incident happened at a female acquaintance’s apartment who called 911 to report she had an unwanted guest.
Other charges against the men stem from a 2015 robbery.
The 81-year-old Pendleton resident was found alive Saturday.
The president wants to make an example of Indiana because gun laws in the Hoosier state are less strict than the gun laws in his home state of Illinois.
The film “Hoosiers” will always be an important part in Indiana history. But what about the game behind the film?
Every county in the Hoosier state will offer events and projects that you can be a part of.
Butler University and the University of Evansville have banned hoverboards from campus.
Mark Emerson, 25, is accused of killing 25-year-old Cody J. Gay and forcing his estranged wife and children to flee with him.
The lawyer representing the plaintiff in the case said Allen County has known about the lack of funding and overloading of cases for public defenders for more than a decade.
The focus of the stepped-up effort by federal officials is on a specific group — Central Americans, mainly.
The grant also includes funds for training first responders on implementing naloxone, the antidote used prevent overdose deaths.