Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller has urged all state residents to freeze their credit in the wake of the hack.
Pence has said he will refuse to submit a emissions reduction plan to the EPA, as called for under the new regulations.
The Sierra Club’s Jodi Perras heralds the president’s announcement as “historic” and says Indiana power plants are among the biggest power plant polluters in the U.S.
Police say the nephew fled the scene in a truck and his whereabouts remained unknown Sunday night.
In the past seven years, Purdue has eliminated more than 4,600 spots for undergraduate students from Indiana.
Police have no clues about who did the shooting.
The restaurant chain took to social media to respond to a published report that raised disturbing allegations about former spokesman, Jared Fogle.
Police say an eastern Indiana man tried to return to sleep on top of railroad tracks after a conductor woke him to say he had been struck by a train.
The Indiana Department of Education says in 2014 on one day there were 2,577 stop arm violations reported in Indiana. That’s up from 932 reported on one day in 1999.
Elkhart police say a strong gust of wind caused part of the tree to fall on people in the bleachers Sunday afternoon at Studebaker Park.
The Gallimore family has lived in a small apartment the last five years. Now, they have the keys and are getting ready to move into their very first home.
A federal appeals court has ruled the Evansville Police Department committed too many mistakes” to be shielded from liability in a lawsuit filed over a SWAT raid on her home in 2012.