Police said a homeowner in Indianapolis shot two suspects after they kicked open the door of his northeast side home Friday.
“I’m very thankful for all the small moments I have. They’re big moments to me.”
After Shane Satterfield was arrested for drunk driving last New Year’s Eve, he turned himself in at the Decatur County Jail in what he thought was a new start.
Seven people were killed and nearly 100 were injured in August 2011, when high winds toppled rigging and sent the stage roof onto fans awaiting the start of a Sugarland concert.
A freight train derailment in Michigan City could disrupt commuter rail service in northern Indiana into the weekend.
The university reported Thursday that it’s seen a 10 percent increase in first-year student applications compared with the same time last year.
The Indiana Supreme Court says it’s OK for police to arrest people who get drunk and annoy others in public settings.
“From tech developers to manufacturing powerhouses, the collective energy of these Hoosier businesses will help power our economy into 2015, creating jobs, promoting opportunities and investing in our future.”
Indiana State Police have canceled an alert for an 85-year-old man.
A boy’s love for paper airplanes will send one World War II veteran on an Honor Flight paid for in full.
Leaders of the GOP-dominated Legislature say the budget talks will include revisions in how more than $6 billion a year is distributed to K-12 schools around the state.
The app will include weather conditions for each county and contact information for county emergency management agencies.