A man was fatally shot during a struggle with a police officer after a foot pursuit and an officer was grazed in the arm by a bullet on the city’s eastside.
A decline in good-paying manufacturing jobs in Indiana and growth of lower-wage service jobs has led to a 29 percent increase in people living in poverty.
Authorities are investigating the cause of the fire. Police say foul play is not suspected.
Authorities issued an alert Sunday for the small plane that went missing several days ago.
The meetings are geared toward veterans who might be closed off from family members and friends or can’t get out of the military mindset.
Floyd County Sheriff Frank Loop says the jail is 23 years old but has the wear and tear of a 69-year-old building.
The woman spent 17 years in prison after being convicted of setting a fire at her mobile home that killed her 3-year-old son.
The man was sentenced to serve three life sentences after a jury convicted him in 1976 of rape and three counts of kidnapping.
More than 50 shops, 200 barbers, and 15 cities across the state participated in the Indiana Black Barbershop Health Initiative.
Lake County Sheriff John Buncich says it “sickens” him that the officers didn’t thoroughly search the car.
The man is flying a Yak 52 Airplane. Police say he went off the radar in Muncie, about 66 miles northwest of the Eagle Creek Airport in Indy.
Indiana’s program began in the 2011-2012 school year. Nearly 30,000 students are participating this year.
The VA worker reportedly sent emails apparently mocking mental health problems and veteran suicide.
The new recycling facility will allow residents to throw everything from diapers to soda cans into one trash bin, with the contents sorted by optical sorting equipment.
Right now, a full-time employee would make about $15,000 a year with Indiana’s minimum wage.
The tornado outbreak killed 261 people when it ripped through the Midwest on April 11, 1965.
Pence’s absence at the NRA convention in Nashville on Friday adds to growing evidence that his political prospects have changed.
On Monday, more than 40,000 Purdue students will receive an email for a survey that 28 universities are participating in.
The 140 faculty and staff at Ball State make up just a portion of victims of such attacks targeting university employees across the country according to a newspaper report.
All of the HIV cases have been linked to needle-sharing among intravenous drug users in what is the largest-ever outbreak in the state.