Investigators believe the man went out to target shoot in his backyard when he apparently tripped and the weapon fired a round that killed him.
A teenager who authorities say brought prescription medications to a party two northern Indiana brothers attended before dying of overdoses will serve jail time after pleading guilty to a drug charge.
Officials say the teenager is a special-needs student who re-entered the school after dismissal and attacked the teacher.
The police department will use a specific program to provide safety updates, emergency notifications as well as information about services and programs they offer.
A southern Indiana man has been charged with making threats against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and members of his family in a YouTube video.
The girl’s mother told investigators she noticed the infant had a swollen eye, was whimpering and shaking after the mother returned home from an outpatient surgery.
FBI spokeswoman Wendy Osborne would not confirm the investigation.
Those items were found during a search of 140 acres in Muncie where authorities were looking for human remains.
IU says the gift by Sidney and Lois Eskenazi is the largest cash donation in the Bloomington museum’s history.
Job losses in manufacturing have caused some of the sharpest drops in middle class households in Rust Belt cities like Fort Wayne and Detroit.
Tourism industry officials say the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 later has generated demand for hotel rooms not seen since the 2012 Super Bowl.
The New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corp.’s assistant superintendent said the protections have “always been there, but this is the first time it’s been written down.”
Wolf Lake resident Daniel McDonald designed the mural that will be painted in Albion.
Troopers found nine kilograms of cocaine in the back of an SUV.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has been considered a vice president possibility. Trump would not reveal the full list of possible running mates, and said he won’t make a decision until the convention.
The Indiana Supreme Court in March found that IBM breached its $1.3 billion state contract to automate much of Indiana’s state welfare system.
23 babies were born with an opioid addiction at Reid Health hospital in Richmond through the first four months of this year.
Officials say the problem stems from rising violent crime in Indianapolis and a state law that sends low-level offenders from state prisons to county jails.
The Ivy Tech trustees are expected to vote May 18 on a new president for the statewide community college system. Former Indiana Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann is one of two finalists.
The Tippecanoe County Historical Society has raised nearly $700 of the $1,000 needed to erect a bronze marker outside the former home of Buddell and Elizabeth Sleeper.