She was missing for less than 24-hours.
The Republican governor was in New York with other state officials and business leaders on a “jobs mission,” targeting states that traditionally have higher taxes.
Seven Indiana Department of Homeland Security inspectors looked over each ride Thursday.
Terry Ward, who was named KPC Media Group’s CEO in January, has accepted a position with a publishing firm in the Seattle, Washington-area.
The Indiana State Fair starts its 17-day run on Friday with its annual complement of thrill rides and unusual foods, along with numerous events marking “The Year of the Farmer.”
Thirty-three lake and river projects in Indiana will get funding to help with watershed land treatment among other designing and engineering projects.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has called for the cancellation of a Bureau of Motor Vehicles contract with a private license branch operator and requested an ethics investigation into a former BMV official.
Police say the ring operated in Delaware, Hamilton, Hancock, Henry, Johnson, Madison, Marion and Shelby counties.
A 19-year-old from Indiana who admitted to consensual sex with a 14-year-old Michigan girl has asked a Michigan judge to reconsider a sentence that would require him to be listed on the sex offender registry.
19-year old Zach Anderson from Elkhart says he used the app “Hot or Not.” Through the racy dating app, he met a girl and had sex with her. However, the girl was not as old as she said she was.
Huntington County Sheriff Terry Stoffel implemented the use of body cameras for all of his officers following the police-action shooting in Ferguson in August 2014.
Results from an internal investigation will be turned over to the Auburn Police Disciplinary Review Board to look into whether the department’s internal policy and procedures were violated, and if disciplinary actions are necessary.