Indiana is among only five states without a hate crime law.
Developer Chuck Williams said he is appealing a state agency’s decision to deny him a liquor license.
Triceten Bickford, a former Homestead High School student, was dismissed from IU as a “direct result of what happened over the weekend.”
The “Tracy Morgan: Picking up the Pieces” tour is set to begin Feb. 5 at the Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, Indiana.
Between 10 and 50 firearms were stolen Monday morning from Crack Shot Guns in Anderson.
The search is focused in 18 counties in Illinois and Indiana including Wabash.
Top Indiana education officials said concerns about fewer teachers entering the profession won’t be simple to address.
Farm economist said “remarkable” weather is helping Indiana farmers harvest their crops early following heavy summer rains.
Judge said state of Indiana cannot ban people from posting pictures of election ballots.
A report says a 47-year-old woman was sitting at a table when a man shouted epithets and racially charged threats at her and grabbed her by the neck.
The Overdose Prevention Therapy-Indiana, or optIN, registry allows nonprofits, pharmacies, local health departments, addiction treatment facilities, correctional facilities and other entities to register as providers of naloxone.
He says nothing has been determined and he’s spending time studying the issue and listening to people. He says he’s learned Indiana residents cherish faith and don’t tolerate discrimination.
At least a dozen charter schools have requested $25 million through the loan program approved by legislators this spring, although more could apply before the deadline at the end of October.
Eskenazi Health plans to develop a brain center that that will provide care for diseases including schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s.
The money comes from Indiana’s surplus and will repay federal loans that were taken out to make unemployment payments as the state’s jobless rate topped 10 percent during the recession.
The budget panel on Friday approved releasing $25.2 million in state funding for the Academic Health Science and Research Center in downtown Evansville to be operated by the Indiana University School of Medicine.
Devon McVey posted a picture and message on his Facebook wall asking people to be on the lookout. What happened next blew him away.
Webster Lake was supposed to be a final resting place for a man who died battling cancer, but instead of saying goodbye, his family is pleading for his ashes to be returned.