The Indiana Department of Transportation predictis the Jolly Old Elf will enter the state near the town of Santa Claus, Indiana, at 4 p.m. Thursday and travel north through the state, passing Indiana landmarks along the way.
The National Weather Service reported winds reached 90 to 100 miles per hour and that the tornado traveled about one fourth of a mile.
The 85-year-old man had last been seen in Starke County, Indiana early Wednesday morning.
The Indiana State Board of Education announced Wednesday that it has closed an investigation into an anonymous allegation that a software glitch caused lower scores to be given by CTB McGraw-HIll on the Spring 2015 ISTEP+ writing tests.
Wally Tyner says natural gas prices, now at their lowest price since 1994, will be even lower during the home heating season next winter.
Pseudoephedrine is a key ingredient in making meth and the goal of the law change is to reduce the number of meth labs.
Pence said Tuesday that funding projects such as northeast Indiana’s “Road to One Million Plan” is essential to keeping and attracting workers, calling it one of the state’s biggest challenges.
Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann says she’s been approached about becoming president of Ivy Tech Community College — an unusual move that would allow Gov. Mike Pence to pick a new running mate.
Indiana’s health commissioner has declared a public health emergency in Bloomington and Monroe County, allowing local officials to establish a needle-exchange program to curb the spread of hepatitis.
The $350 million project included upgrading 13 miles of the highway to interstate standards from the Interstate 465 loop around Indianapolis to Indiana 38 north of Westfield.
$10,000 will go to tree-planting projects.
December 21st marks the busiest day of the year for the United States Postal Service, with some 30 million packages going out across the globe.
A lawsuit that challenged a southeastern Indiana county’s ordinance drafted after an earlier lawsuit targeted a Nativity scene on its courthouse lawn has been dismissed by a federal judge.
The fisherman left his home to go fishing around 2 p.m. Sunday at a private pond near Haubstadt.
Critics and proponents both agree a prescription requirement will likely lead enterprising meth cooks to get their cold medicine in neighboring states, none of which have a prescription requirement for pseudoephedrine.
A deputy chief told her she shouldn’t have been hired in the first place because of her diabetes, according to court records.
The Gary Youth Council wants an ordinance requiring community service for those under 18 who wear sagging pants in public.
Donald Trump’s pageant days are over after his controversial comments about immigrants created a backlash, but the Miss Universe show must go on.
Purdue approved same-sex partner benefits in 2002, including medical insurance, which are the same benefits opposite-sex married employees enjoy.
The mother is accused in her son’s August 2014 death and an earlier injury to her daughter that left her in a coma.