Police said a car hit the deer near Rochester, but the animal was still alive, so an accelerant was poured over it and it was set on fire. The car then drove off.
The Ohio Department of Commerce currently plans to award up to 12 large grow licenses and 12 small grow licenses statewide based on criteria including a company’s business plan, security measures and experience.
Berlin Rowe, who coached the Muncie Central boys basketball team from 1967 through 1974, cares for his wife, Ruth, who was diagnosed with dementia about four years ago.
Early spring rains establish mosquito breeding grounds and ticks emerge earlier during warm, wet springs.
Current law forbids using an “adulterant” to pass a drug test, but does not ban the sale of such products.
The state agency will be hosting a series of open houses later this month and in April, including one in Fort Wayne, where projects involving highways, transit, bicycles and pedestrians will be discussed.
The measure requires publicizing the percentage of teachers who are union members and, in some cases, informing them that they can get rid of or change that representation.
Nonprofit organizations and anti-violence groups patrol the city’s high-crime neighborhoods to de-escalate conflict, often at crime scenes.
The Environmental Protection Agency is preparing to begin remediation work on nearly 200 properties within a Superfund site in East Chicago affected by an ongoing lead contamination crisis.
The illegal items, estimated to be worth $400,000, were found as part of the routine inspection of a semi Monday afternoon in central Indiana.
officials were checking on the man every half-hour after he was arrested in a child pornography investigation in northern Ohio.
Ohio farmers will head to Kansas with 30 truckloads of supplies and dozens of volunteers. Some will stay in Kansas to help with clearing debris, rebuilding fences and other cleanup work.
The tilt-rotor Osprey can take off and land like a helicopter but flies like an airplane.
Authorities say cocaine was found in the pockets of an Indiana elementary student who told them he wore his father’s jeans to school.
IU students and faculty are automatically enrolled in an emergency alerts system called IU-Notify. They can opt to receive those alerts through text messages, email and office phones.
The not-for-profit group honors Indiana veterans for service during and after their time in the military.
The measure gives victims a way to leave an abuser’s phone plan so that they can keep their phone number and ties to support systems, and lets victims include animals in protective orders and mandate an abuser cannot harm or hide the pet.
A low-flying helicopter will haul what appears to be a giant, mechanical Hula-Hoop carrying a large electromagnetic array. Officials hope to figure out where the lake’s sand has gone.
After a stressful year, owner of Deer Park Irish Pub, Tony Henry says he was hit with last minute permit and fees that made the planning chaotic and stressful.
Indiana residents’ tuition will remain about $10,000, out-of-state students will pay about $28,800, and international students will pay about $30,800.