Indianapolis police believe Amanda Blackburn was trying to defend herself when she was killed during a robbery.
Free tickets for the Nov. 30 appearance can be picked up from Emens Auditorium beginning Friday for students, faculty and staff and Monday for the general public.
78-year-old Joan Cassell was last seen Wednesday evening before being found early Thursday morning.
The ACLU sued officials in Allen County in July contending a new law wrongfully barred two registered sex offenders from attending church services.
The four finalists alumni will vote on include the Gladiators, Redhawks, Spartans and Wolfpack.
Pence said the $250 million debt payment will enable Indiana employers to avoid a $126 penalty for each worker.
It may be surprising, but traffic stops are one of the most dangerous parts of a police officer’s job. FWPD hope the video will serve as an opportunity to better educate the public.
Police have asked for the public’s help to find the culprit, and Crime Stoppers has offered a cash reward for information.
The Securities and Exchange Commission filed the federal lawsuit against 36-year-old Earl Miller of Goshen last week.
The hunts are held annually by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources to reduce the number of deer as a means to maintain a healthy ecosystem within the parks.
The store will be located off I-69 in Fishers and will open for business in the Fall of 2017 according to details released during a Tuesday morning news conference.
Indiana’s state climatologist says the El Nino weather pattern is responsible.
2,000 soldiers will be cleared for deployment after 2 weeks of training.
It happened Monday evening on the east side of Butler.
A confidential informant led investigators to a spot where a “snitch” was reportedly shot and buried, court documents said.
Two people died and two people were critically injured in a shooting early Monday morning in Indianapolis
The Indiana State Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Friday that 10 specialists will be sent to the area to administer the tests through Nov. 22.
Greg Zoeller is pushing a prohibition on debt collection robocalls to cell phones.
Indiana’s first statewide program that pays for addiction and mental health treatment for convicted felons sent to community corrections instead of jail or prison is now underway.
Brown hosted a talk show on WTLC and was a member of Indiana’s Broadcasters Hall of Fame.