Research will focus on devising new methods to convert light hydrocarbons from shale-gas into chemicals and transportation fuels using a network of portable, modular processing plants.
After police found a rifle, ammunition and liquids that when mixed form a toxic and combustible gas, Christopher Byrne said he was a “sovereign national.”
Wayne County Coroner Ron Stevens says he recently handled the county’s 49th confirmed opioid-related death for 2017. He says the county had 44 opioid-related deaths in 2016 and 42 in 2015.
The position was created through a directive from the university’s executive vice president for academic affairs.
The bill pitched by Indiana lawmakers could allow immediate family members to keep their insurance and it would be paid for by the employer, such as the city, the university, or the state.
A hearing will be held in Fort Wayne on October 10 regarding the proposed rate hike which the utility says is needed due to increases in operating and maintenance costs, and to pay for numerous capital improvements.
Purdue purchased for-profit Kaplan University, but Kaplan faces investigations and lawsuits targeting their hiring and recruitment practices.
James Merlin Jones had been missing since Monday evening. The Silver Alert was canceled at noon Tuesday.
Amazon wants to build a second headquarters. Leaders from the Indianapolis area want it to be built there.
Thirteen people are currently on Indiana’s death row. The state hasn’t executed an inmate since December 2009.
The lift was being used to install lights at the football field. It was extended about 40 feet when it tipped over.
The main campus in Bloomington has 43,710 students. That’s just a small drop from 2016 as the Bloomington campus has 2.3 percent fewer graduate and doctoral students.
The shooting occurred about 10 p.m. Saturday near the Castleton Square shopping mall. The boy suffered a gunshot wound to the head and was pronounced dead at the scene.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management has announced it’s considering replacing public notice ads of some permit applications with electronic postings on its website .
Brewer graduated in 1991 from Portage High School and in 1995 from Valparaiso University, where she studied international economics and cultural affairs.
The walk was a one-mile fundraiser where families could participate in games, entertainment, refreshments and attend a resource fair with over 40 local providers serving the autism community.
FORT WAYNE, Ind.(WANE)- After an 11 year hiatus, the Fort Wayne Arts Festival is back! The event was held at Jefferson Pointe to show … More »
The country-style fair highlights the area’s Amish heritage with food, crafts, kids events and more.
Birthday bags are filled by volunteers with everything needed for a party and distributed to food banks in the area.
Japan has invested more than $3 billion in Indiana since 2013.