The reward for information that could lead to the arrest of a suspect in the murders of two teen girls who were found dead near a northwest Indiana trail was raised to $96,000, state police said Monday.
The number of public school students identified as homeless or housing unstable dropped from more than 17,400 to more than 16,100 from academic years 2015 and 2016.
The Delphi girls’ bodies were found Feb. 14 in a wooded area near the small city about 60 miles northwest of Indianapolis. They had vanished the day before while hiking.
The 23-year-old man drank whiskey with the toddler’s uncle on March 23 then waited until the family fell asleep before he abducted, raped and killed the toddler.
Investigators have moved to a larger headquarters as they work on finding who killed two teenage girls near a northern Indiana hiking trail.
The bill would sharply curtail the benefit that homeowners, churches, businesses and schools reap from using solar panels.
The factory makes brakes and wheels for commercial and military aircraft.
Saturday’s search warrant was the second served by the bureau in relation to the double homicide investigation of the two teen girls who were found in northwest Indiana.
The community came together to host a benefit for the families of two teens who were found dead after a hiking trip in northwest Indiana. Some of the money raised will go to the reward fund for information, last said to be at $41,000.
A female juvenile was hospitalized after leading a state trooper on a high-speed highway chase in Porter County, which ended in a roll-over crash into a ditch.
The April 6, 1968 blasts killed more than 40 people, injured more than 120 others and destroyed 15 buildings in the community east of Indianapolis.
A nonprofit organization has been awarded funding to help reduce the number of infant deaths in northwest Indiana.
The national Democratic chairman’s race is narrowing before party activists even cast ballots as South Bend’s Mayor Pete Buttigieg has dropped out.
Indiana State Police released a PSA Saturday to help solve the murders of two teen girls who were found dead in a wooded area in northwest Indiana.
The Indianapolis Public Schools unanimously board passed the measure Thursday after recent executive orders signed by President Donald Trump left many students and parents fearful of deportations.
It says only essential adults ages 18 or older will be allowed to visit patients and those with flu-like symptoms won’t be allowed.
The animal was still alive when officers arrived on the scene earlier this month in Fulton County according to Indiana DNR Law Enforcement.
An autopsy performed on a man who died in a January “huffing” incident in Wells County ruled the man’s death accidental.
“To the left side of your steering wheel, there’s a stick that comes out – it’s pretty incredible, it’s called a turn signal,” the trooper says. “If you push it down, let me show you what it does – it’s amazing.”
School districts interested in participating in the voluntary program will need to complete a questionnaire that the authority will use to prioritize the extent of sampling needed in each district.