Indiana’s legislative session adjured with some “big wins” including road improvements, funding for economic development and eliminating ISTEP, but are those victories enough for people to reelect Pence as governor?
Police say three armed men entered the store and pointed the gun at the head of one of the three people working there.
A merger resulting in Purdue Northwest leaves a concern with what to do with Purdue North Central’s building.
A state trooper on a routine patrol stopped and spent several minutes talking with a woman who didn’t believe anyone cared about her.
The hour of sleep some will miss out on Sunday will all be worth it for the extra hour of sunlight in the evening in the months to come.
The factory in Seymour, where a murder-suicide happened Thursday, has a no workplace policy on guns, the chief said.
A woman brought a 30-day-old baby boy to a station Friday morning and asked to give custody of the child to Child Protective Services.
House Bill 1019 will establish a process for government release of video from police body cameras and dash cams if the governor signs it into law
About 800 white-tailed deer were killed at 14 state parks during hunts in November and December.
Indiana lawmakers wrapped with their 2016 10-week session session this week.
If Pence chooses not to sign the measure, it would still go into law unless he vetoes it.
The business man was convicted of using a northern Indiana company to steal hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The lawsuits claims the farms became a nuisance to neighbors and operated inhumanely and negligently.
The inventory of hogs and pigs in Randolph County more than tripled between 2007 and 2017. Seven years of litigation debated an influx of industrial swine farms.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources says hunters in 2015 killed the second-smallest number of deer since state park reduction hunts began in 1993.
The Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission will once again allow alcoholic beverage sales to continue until 4 a.m. Sunday, an hour later than normal.
The bill outlines funding for the third Regional Cities project as well as millions for road improvements.
Indiana lawmakers passed legislation Thursday to help curb meth production and get rid of ISTEP testing.
The bill would codify into law Health Indiana Plan, or HIP 2.0, under President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul.
Indiana law enforcement agencies will get the right to withhold all body and dash cam video recordings from the public under a bill that’s now headed to the governor’s desk.