The stamp comes as Indiana celebrates the 200th anniversary of its statehood. Indiana became the nation’s 19th state on Dec. 11, 1816.
Every year more and more kids participate in the summer food program. Why does the number keep going up?
The state department of health is reporting a 70 percent increase in cases between 2014 and 2015.
Cadet Mitchell Alexander Winey, a 21-year-old Valparaiso native, died after an Army transport truck he was riding in was washed away in a rain-swollen creek Thursday.
The boy took a loaded handgun off a kitchen counter in December of 2013 and shot himself in the head.
The police action shooting is the fourth in Delaware County in the last 50 days.
Students will be housed in the Union Club Hotel, residence hall lounges, study rooms or guest apartments for a few days to an entire semester.
Republicans are looking to regain control of the state Department of Education from Democrat Glenda Ritz, who is seeking re-election to the position she won in in 2012 and has since clashed repeatedly with Republican Gov. Mike Pence and GOP legislative leaders over education policy.
281 of Indiana’s 535 police agencies, or 52 percent, were among more than 2,700 agencies in the U.S. that didn’t file hate crime reports in that six-year span.
The CTS announcement came two days after President Barack Obama visited Elkhart to celebrate Elkhart County’s rebound from unemployment.
The law requires motorists to move their vehicle from the road if it’s been involved in a crash in an effort to reduce the chance of secondary crashes.
Twenty-year-old Lauren Spierer vanished on June 3, 2011, after a night out with friends in Bloomington, Indiana.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence appointed Quinn Buckner, the captain of IU’s undefeated 1976 NCAA championship team, to a three-year term on the board overseeing the university.
Individual health insurance costs are expected to climb across Indiana in 2017 as insurers continue to grapple with rising health care expenses and a market that was only recently overhauled by the federal Affordable Care Act.
Purdue is asking anyone with symptoms to stay home. Symptoms can include fever, headache, muscle aches and swollen glands.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence decided to not seek $80 million in federal pre-K funding amid opposition from religious conservative groups.
Planned Parenthood contends the law that also would ban abortions sought because of genetic abnormalities is unconstitutional and violates women’s privacy rights.
A judge in the trial of Daniel Messel of Bloomington, charged with the death of IU student Hannah Wilson, said she is confident a fair and impartial jury can be selected in Brown County.
School officials said Wednesday that all students who applied for housing prior to the May 5 deadline will have a place to live on campus.
Authorities say a Porter County Sheriff’s Department deputy tried to stop the motorcycle on U.S. 20 for a traffic violation when the operator fled.