Police in Gary say in a statement that detectives have “exhausted all leads” and are looking to the community for information on the “vicious attack.”
Officials found roosters with their combs and wattles removed – physical alterations common in fighting birds – as well as cockfighting “paraphernalia” at the Coatesville property.
Some of the funding will pay for repairs to an old bank in the southern Indiana town of Georgetown and improvements to historic churches in Lafayette, Huntington and Indianapolis’ Irvington neighborhood.
The Indiana State Police say troopers were searching Tuesday night for two people who had fled from police when a trooper spotted a male matching the description of one of the suspects. The trooper spoke with him and tried to pat him down for weapons before he ran away.
The Miami County Sheriff’s Department had been looking for 19-year-old Mary Lantz who was believed to have been in extreme danger and required medical assistance.
Greenwood officials said construction is expected to begin next spring and finish in June 2020.
After a trooper deployed a K-9 officer to chase after the suspect, the suspect fired shots and the dog ran off. The trooper fired and struck the suspect.
An Indiana committee is examining whether Indiana needs to change its alcohol laws. It will then make a recommendation to state lawmakers.
Republican Jackie Walorski has held the 2nd district seat since 2012, and defeated some well-funded Democrats in her election wins in the Republican-leaning district.
The 289,000-square-foot store just off Interstate 69’s Exit 205, 100 miles south of Fort Wayne, opened its doors at 9 a.m. Wednesday.
Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb’s office has released more than 1,300 pages of his predecessor’s emails, although most of the documents contain little substance.
Many homes are being built in areas that used to be open rural tracts of woodland and farms. One resident said a bullet entered his home.
The sewage depletes the water’s oxygen content but the creek will be safe for fish again once it dissipates.
The former assistant manager said she stole the money from customers at a First Merchants Bank in Muncie after becoming addicted to playing the slot machines at the Hoosier Park Racing & Casino in Anderson.
Opiate abuse has spiked across much of the U.S., but Indiana’s problem is particularly acute. It is one of four states where overdose deaths have more than quadrupled since 1999.
A Grace College student found the message early Monday scrawled on a chalk board. It read, “N——s don’t belong here.”
Dustin Trowbridge was 14 when Doris Swindell was found strangled to death in her Anderson mobile home in 1996.
The NAACP is distributing free lead-testing kits in a northwestern Indiana city where hundreds of people were forced from a public-housing complex by lead contamination.
A jury has convicted a Muncie man of murder in the slaying nearly eight years ago of a woman whom prosecutors say was stabbed about 70 times.
A newspaper reports an Indiana couple has won more than $200,000 in settlements after a police dog bit their son during a school field trip.