Officials say a 30-year-old Indiana prisoner who started a fire in his cell has died.
An Indiana service dog has been given the responsibility of carrying forth the name of a local hero and comforting a family still stricken with grief.
More than half of U.S. states have increased their cigarette taxes in the past 10 years, including other conservative states, but in Indiana, where more than 20 percent of adults say they smoke, lawmakers haven’t touched the current 99-cent a pack tax since 2007.
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education extended the deadline by about a month, making April 15 the final day to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
An effort was launched to help connect Carrier and Rexnord employees with resources they may need as layoffs start later this year.
A historical marker was put on display in honor of IndyCar racer Bryan Clauson who died after a racing accident in August 2016.
Officials said they aren’t sure how many shots were fired or what the shooter’s motive was. However, police believe the three teens were targeted.
Highway officials from both Kentucky and Indiana are urging drivers to “stay alert, move over, and slow down” for the inspection crews.
Authorities are investigating after a man in a downtown Danville construction lift was electrocuted.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the airstrike on the eastern side of Khan Sheikhoun killed a woman, marking the first death in the town since Tuesday’s chemical attack that killed 87.
Officials of the National Mascot Hall of Fame in northwest Indiana say the structural skeleton of the building has gone up and funding for interior features is being collected.
A second solar farm is being built near the northern Indiana city of Peru.
The FBI said those devices belonging to the man that were seized contained videos showing child pornography, with many of the images showing him engaging in sexual acts with a victim.
A Purdue University group that supports Indiana’s wineries and vineyards says that industry is now one of the state’s fastest growing agricultural industries.
A central Indiana man convicted of killing his 6-month-old daughter has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.
Court records say a southwestern Indiana man charged with fatally strangling his 5-year-old son planned the attack in advance for a time when his other children would be away.
Dozens of police officers stormed a high school in western Indiana Friday morning following a reported bomb threat, but law enforcement later said they thought it was a hoax and that everyone was safe.
The Indiana Supreme Court’s Disciplinary Commission has suspended former Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi from practicing law for 30 days.
The reductions have taken a large bite out of the budgets of resettlement agencies, which receive more than $2,000 per refugee from the federal government for services that include providing interpreters.
Indiana lawmakers, Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.), Senator Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) and U.S. Rep. Jim Banks (R-3rd.) issued responses to the U.S. bombing of a Syrian air base with 59 missiles.