The money has been used for projects like improvements to the Gary/Chicago airport, construction of a lake pavilion and flood control on the Little Calumet River.
A Ford Ranger pickup came through a metal fence Monday morning and drove through a tennis net at Jefferson High School before crashing into another fence and bleachers.
The Indiana Democrat has been a strong supporter of gun rights while in Congress and has previously been endorsed by the National Rifle Association.
Indiana law says doctors performing abortions must have hospital-admitting privileges, but lets them reach an agreement with another doctor who does.
An audit found improper documentation of how a $65 million agreement between IU and USAID for a medical training facility in Kenya was spent.
The Indiana State Department of Health says getting tested is a good idea because nearly 13 percent of people who live with HIV in the U.S. don’t know they have it.
Students who opt to participate in the program, called “Back-a-Boiler,” enter into income-share agreements rather than taking out a traditional college loan.
The arrests were part of “Operation Blue Thunder.”
They are set to speak at the U.S. Conference of Mayors.
Krista Perdue wandered away from her home Monday after apparently becoming disoriented from taking prescription medication.
The ride is scheduled to reopen on July 1.
The popular dune has been closed except for small ranger-led tours since the July 2013 rescue of the Illinois boy, who was trapped under sand for more than three hours.
The two rape charges were dismissed in exchange for a deal with prosecutors.
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Grant money will be distributed based on individual projects. Half of the available $150 million must go to rural counties.
A 34-year-old Anderson man has pleaded guilty to charges that he phoned in a bomb threat to the Madison County Clerk’s office last month.
An Indiana State Trooper pulled over a van for following another vehicle too closely on Thursday and after a K-9 detected the presence of drugs, a search of the vehicle turned up LSD, pot, meth, cocaine and prescription drugs.
Wild turkeys were once considered extinct in Indiana due to overhunting and habitat loss, but they’re now found in all 92 of the state’s counties.
Homelessness is down 10 percent overall in Indiana since 2010. Officials also found a 39 percent decrease in families identified as being chronically homeless.
Lake County Sheriff John Buncich said during a Wednesday news conference that it’s “somewhat unbelievable the amount of drugs that were sold.”