A federal appeals court has combined Indiana and Wisconsin's gay marriage cases and put them on the fast track.
The Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society and Norfolk Southern Corp. plan to run the Nickel Plate No. 765 on Saturday and Sunday during the…
Since 1991, an Indiana Department of Health Official said the sate has stored blood samples from babies for possible medical research.
A letter from the ACLU of Indiana asks the U.S. Attorney General to issue a statement that the federal government will recognize the marriag…
Images from the funeral of Indianapolis Police Officer Perry Renn, who was killed in the line of duty. Check out the gallery here.
Officials said the plane lost power when it took off from the Greenwood airport and hit two homes.
The hospital stabbing happened about 1 a.m. Friday and the hospital was placed on lockdown, but that has since been lifted.
Indianapolis police Lt. Chris Bailey says the midnight-4 a.m. closure of several blocks of Broad Ripple Avenue could begin as soon as this w…
From those who knew him to those who didn’t, thousands of people came together on Friday to honor a hero.
At least 50 people in Indiana have been targeted in a copyright infringement lawsuit and accused of illegally downloading the Oscar-winning …
This summer marks 50 years since Freedom Summer, the summer of 1964 when thousands of people united to fight for civil rights.
A Lafayette man files a federal lawsuit after a police officer pushed him over in a wheelchair.