Blowing snow fueled by wind gusts of more than 40 mph caused whiteout conditions across Indiana on Saturday.
Thirteen vehicles were involved in a crash that closed I-69 at the DeKalb County and Steuben County border.
First year enrollment is down for two Indiana law schools, including a 10 percent decline at Indiana University Mauer School of Law.
A petition to ban pig-wrestling at the Harrison County Fair has nearly 10,000 supporters.
The complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Indianapolis challenges how state law defines “born in wedlock” and “born out of wedlock.”
Indianapolis Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw was cited last Thursday for marijuana possession.
The agency is seeking dedicated campers who enjoy working outdoors, with the public, and with DNR staff.
Columbus North senior Keirsten White believes in wishes — so much so that she once left 100 pennies at a Columbus fountain saying, “Your next wish is on me.”
About 450,000 students in grades 3 to 8 are to begin taking the test as soon as Feb. 25.
The embattled ISTEP+ test encountered more difficulties Thursday as computers froze during a stress test of the online portion of the exam.
On both March 7 and 8, artists will set up and paint live for visitors, capturing Brown County’s landscape and heritage as one of America’s original artists’ colonies.
Indianapolis Power & Light wanted the $16 million rate increase for a network of car-charging stations that the BlueIndy electric cars would use.
Peer into the kitchen window of David Lyman’s Bloomington home at dinner time, and you will find three retired gentlemen and a teenage boy sitting together at the table.
The House Public Policy Committee voted 10-2 in favor of the bill, which supporters say is needed as Indiana’s casino industry faces growing competition from neighboring states.
Republican supporters say no longer allowing straight party-line voting with one click or mark of an election ballot would make voters more responsible for their choices.
Mike Pence called reporters together to try to put a good face on the crisis that erupted Monday when it was disclosed that ISTEP testing times would double for some students.
The proposal is included in an agenda for a meeting that schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz called for Friday amid growing outrage over the ISTEP+ exam.
Authorities say the parents were able to get out of their house but couldn’t save their son due to the flames.
The project is part of the shipping company’s $1.2 billion effort to keep up with the booming online shopping industry.
The House Public Policy Committee, voting 10-2 Wednesday, made history as the first to approve the perennial legislative proposal but many parties expressed concerns that the bill has lost its original intent.