Health officials say 89 people who either live in Scott County or have ties to it have tested positive for HIV.
Amid criticism that the law could sanction discrimination against lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people, Republicans last week scrambled to clarify that that the law cannot be used as a defense by businesses to deny services.
The park, located on the shores of Lake Michigan in northwest Indiana is featured in a top 10 list in USA Today.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner went on to say, “We’re coming after Indiana big time.”
An Indianapolis woman whose house caught on fire says her life may have been saved by her pit bull.
The Indiana Supreme Court has awarded $243,000 in grant money to 19 counties in support of local family court projects.
West Lafayette’s city council has passed a resolution reiterating the city’s commitment to diversity in light of Indiana’s new religious objections law.
Pence and other supporters say the measure would ensure responsible spending and catch Indiana up with most other states that have a similar requirement.
Despite all the controversy leading up to the big weekend, Indianapolis got great reviews from many people visiting our city for the Final Four.
Retired Navy SEAL Jesse Barnett sought an entrepreneurial lifestyle post-military when opening a firearm training facility on the northeast side of Indianapolis, except there is no actual fire.
Rescue personnel found no survivors at the site near the city of Bloomington, and a coroner pronounced the seven occupants dead, McLean County Sheriff Jon Sandage said at a news conference.
Authorities are rolling out a federally funded initiative aiming to crack down on seatbelt violators in rural areas of Knox County.
Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee members are scheduled to vote Tuesday morning on a proposal that would eliminate the Common Construction Wage Law.
The Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee is scheduled to take up the bill Tuesday.
The records of children in Indiana who were adopted between 1941 and 1994 are currently sealed, preventing hundreds of thousands of adoptees from finding their biological parents.
INDOT announced last month the rail service would cease April 1, but then said the passenger line would continue through April 30.
Defense attorney Judy Clarke countered by arguing that Tsarnaev took part in the attack but that he did so under the malevolent influence of his now-dead older brother.
Randy Linn, formerly of DeKalb County, said that he can’t believe that he tried to destroy a place of worship.
A group of interested Hoosiers has begun searching for the remnants of Indiana’s oldest trail, known as the Buffalo Trace.
New Albany Mayor Jeff Gahan says elected officials have a duty “to create an environment that welcomes everyone and discriminates against no one.”