Republicans are accusing Democrat John Gregg of ducking hard questions in his ongoing campaign against Republican Gov. Mike Pence, even though the November election is months away.
The driver of the car was also taken to the hospital in serious condition.
Downing 12.25 pounds of shrimp cocktail in eight minutes, Joey Chestnut topped his previous record and was once again crowned the event’s winner.
The farmers say the heavy rains contributed to a good season by plumping out all those pine, fir and spruce trees.
The attorney’s client faces several charges after a crash involving a 16- passenger van that was carrying 22 people in September. Two people died in the crash.
About 70 people marched from Purdue University to downtown Lafayette to show their opposition to Indiana Gov. Mike Pence’s attempt to try to keep any new Syrian refugees from arriving in the state.
Muslim families in southern Indiana are among those feeling more vulnerable as anti-Islamic sentiment heats up across the country in the aftermath of recent extremist attacks.
It’s one of several options to raise the $1 billion a year needed to maintain state roads and bridges.
Flags will stay at half-staff for Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.
Democratic state schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz has long predicted a drop this year in student ISTEP scores.
Gen Con threatened to leave Indiana earlier this year over the divisive Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Catholic Charities is adding a fourth office to its Fort Wayne-South Bend Division, but this one is on wheels. The mobile unit will travel to all 14 counties in the diocese.
Images from when members of the media were allowed into the apartment of the shooting suspects on Friday.
Indiana State Police concluded their week long investigation by serving search warrants at two motels where they believed drugs were being sold in Plymouth, Indiana.
Ted Adams is charged in the April beating death of 22-year-old Hannah Wilson of Fishers.
A northern Indiana school district banned by a federal judge from including a live Nativity scene as part of its annual Christmas show says the show will go on without it.
In 1967, the Indianapolis Zoo became the first zoo in the country to host a holiday lights event. Since then, people have flocked there for a holiday getaway.
Russell Taylor, the former director of longtime Subway spokesman Jared Fogle’s foundation, is expected to plead guilty to child exploitation and child pornography charges.
More than a dozen crashes were caused by objects being thrown from an overpass on I-94 in northwest Indiana earlier this week. Anonymous tips helped state troopers find the suspects.
The release of student scores on last spring’s ISTEP exams is being pushed back from this month until Jan. 6.