The construction effort will protect tanks at a farm in Hammond.
The titan arum flower, nicknamed Wally, bloomed Friday and is expected to last through Saturday and possibly into Sunday.
IMPD confirmed the suspect, who is was an off-duty IMPD officer, was taken into custody in Cincinnati. Neither the suspect nor the victim have been identified.
Authorities say Cox was 31 when he sent sexually explicit online messages, texts and photos to the female student and tried to arrange for her to visit his home for sexual activity.
The couple bought five tickets with computer-generated numbers at a gas station along Interstate 70 in Cambridge City while heading to a youth sporting event.
The Republican vice presidential candidate is riding a Harley Davidson Street Glide that a Pence spokesman says was borrowed from a friend.
Holcomb has chosen State Auditor, a former State Representative and County Commissioner as his running mate.
A neighbor reported hearing the 23-year-old woman’s screams, officers found her nude and chained in the basement.
Lottery officials have said that whoever bought the ticket may not be from Indiana because the gas station is along a busy highway.
Jurors have convicted an Indiana gospel singer of luring a 13-year-old boy to an Illinois hotel room.
The 30 members of the 938th Military Police Detachment will be assigned to police and security operations in both the Kandahar and Parwan Provinces in Afghanistan.
A contractor was hired after attempts to scare off the geese from a golf course and three parks with bottle rockets, golf carts and even a fake coyote failed.
A union representative said the agreement is better for workers than called for in a labor contract. Parent company United Technologies Corp. also is closing UTEC in Huntington with 700 workers.
2016 College Completion Report by the Indiana Commission of Higher Education reveals that overall, completion remains a challenge amongst minority students, though at least one school may be close to the closing the gap.
Lechleiter’s announcement came a day after Eli Lilly and Co. reported a second-quarter profit of nearly $748 million.
Those indicted included leaders, treasurers and enforcers of lucrative Latin Kings chapters.
Holcomb rose in the committee’s eyes over U.S. Reps. Susan Brooks and Todd Rokita and state Sen. Jim Tomes of Wadesville.
Evidence “confirms that the dogs’ deaths appear to be a tragic accident and that no crime was committed.”
The Indiana Republican State Committee will choose among Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb, U.S. Reps. Susan Brooks and Todd Rokita and state Sen. Jim Tomes of Wadesville.
The officer was taken to IU Health Methodist Hospital with non life-threatening injuries.