Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry has said he’s considering seeking the death penalty in the case.
The agency says the 2017 Ryan White Supplemental Award will make more services available by funding psychiatric nurse practitioners and mental health and addiction counselors.
Lawmakers and Hoosiers packed the House chamber to debate whether Indiana should introduce a bill this winter to potentially join more than a dozen states with constitutional carry.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals barring the release videos that show Planned Parenthood employees illegally selling fetal tissue for profit.
The Indiana Supreme Court is weighing the appeal of a man sentenced to death for setting a house fire that killed his fiancée’s two children.
A lawyer for Larry Newton Jr. has argued the life sentence is unconstitutional because was 17 when the shooting happened in 1994.
7,000 children in Indiana aren’t enrolled in kindergarten. Indiana is among 16 states that don’t require school attendance until age 7.
The Indianapolis company said Thursday it will cut about 3,500 positions, mostly through a voluntary retirement program in the United States. The insulin maker employed 41,240 people worldwide at the end of June.
The explosion happened about 6 p.m. on Wednesday in East Chicago. The FBI said it’s “yet to be determined if this is an act of domestic or international terrorism.”
Coach Brian Kelly is among the defendants in the suit, which claims the university concealed the results of a spinal scan from the former linebacker.
The Muncie building has sat empty since Auburn Hills, Michigan-based BorgWarner shuttered the plant in 2009. It’s a half-mile long and includes more than 1 million feet of workspace.
Voors was previously general counsel for the Indiana Department of Education. He also has been the majority attorney for the Republican-controlled Indiana Senate and chief legal counsel for the Indiana Department of Transportation.
Authorities in East Chicago, Indiana say two pipe bombs have been found at a post office following a possible explosion.
Dr. Jennifer Perusek of the Animal Clinic in Granger is accused of routinely kicking, hitting, slamming, dragging and choking animals from 2012 to 2016.
The northern Indiana man was a granted a leave from Cass/Pulaski Community Corrections on Aug. 10, took a car from a Logansport car dealership for a test drive, and didn’t return.
Delta has agreed to offer at least three flights a week, beginning in May.
Statewide, 46 percent of Indiana students in grades 3-8 and 31.4 percent of 10th graders passed both the math and English sections of the test.
The complaint file by Attorney General Curtis Hill alleges the veterinarian routinely engaged in a pattern of kicking, hitting, slamming, dragging and choking animals from 2012 to 2016.
Indiana education officials are set to release overall results from the ISTEP standardized exams given last spring to nearly 500,000 students.
The Great Lakes Surf Rescue Project says 33 people were confirmed to have drowned in Lake Michigan so far this year compared with 36 drownings during the same period last year.