Richmond High School graduate Jessica Lakoff served as second camera assistant, part of the director of photography’s crew working on “Hunger Games.”
Through most of his 2012 run for governor and his first two years in office, Pence avoided hot buttons on which he built his name in Congress.
Peter Kassig, who took the first name Abdul-Rahman after converting to Islam during captivity, was remembered as a good man, son, student and volunteer who dedicated himself to helping others and lived a short but full life.
Indiana State trooper Tyler Painter was driving though Milton, Ind. when he noticed flames shooting up the side of a house.
Richmond Power & Light’s board of directors has approved spending $170,000 to build the solar-paneled roof on a building in the new park.
A large deer that stunned northern Indiana shoppers when it ran inside a Wal-Mart store died after officers stunned it several times with their Tasers.
A Gibson County judge sentenced 31-year-old Ryan Nieves on Thursday weeks after a jury convicted him on nine counts of child molestation.
Johnson Sheriff Dug Cox said the boy had Down syndrome and functions at the level of a 1 or 2-year-old.
The 1,300 surviving piglets from Thursday night’s crash on I-465 were back on the road Friday morning, heading to Iowa.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department caught a man who was wanted for murder in Michigan.
Health officials say too much time on your cell phone could lead to chronic muscle pain in your neck, shoulders and back.
A state lawmaker says Indiana should stop approving new charter schools until it determines why increasing numbers of them are failing.
A Columbus based hospice center in Indiana is expanding its care to cover some patients who have chronic conditions.
Indiana lottery officials are dipping into their own funds to cover the state’s share of costs for a new Monopoly game that’s off to a slow start.
Owners arrived at their home in Muncie to find a drunk Fort Wayne man passed out on their toilet.
Services also are planned Saturday at a gathering of the Muslim Alliance of Indiana and Sunday at Butler University in Indianapolis.
The billboard in Indianapolis is aimed at an area with a high concentration of children. PETA officials said they want it to start a conversation at the table.
Governor Mike Pence may file a lawsuit to stop Obama’s plan to take executive action on a proposal that could save millions from deportation.
Three women’s bodies were not only found near each other, but the victims have quite a bit in common.
The Indiana Department of Labor is reminding retailers to take steps to ensure workers and customers are safe on Black Friday and at other sale events.