Indiana Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann resignation will be official at 5 p.m. Wednesday. She stepped down to apply to become Ivy Tech Community College’s new president.
Officials say a central Indiana school was put on lockdown after authorities discovered that a pipe bomb had exploded near the school’s football field.
The impact of the city’s first triple homicide in more than a decade is now spreading far past the borders of Fort Wayne.
The bill would allow for tougher sentences based on a victim’s race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, disability, national origin, ancestry or sexual orientation.
The measure would ban abortions sought due to a fetus’ genetic disability and require aborted or miscarried fetuses to be cremated or interred.
The legislation would force Indiana law enforcement to publicly release body-camera video if it showed officers using excessive force or violating someone’s civil rights.
The high court’s decision Monday lets stand a federal appeals court’s ruling in Louise Milan’s lawsuit over a 2012 SWAT raid on the then 68-year-old woman’s home.
House Speaker Brian Bosma said Amy Beverland Elementary School principal Susan Jordan, who was struck and killed by a school bus Jan. 27, “embodied everything we envision in a great educator.”
The county joins Adams, Allen, Blackford, DeKalb, Huntington, Noble, LaGrange, Steuben, Wabash, Wells and Whitley counties in Foreign-Trade Zone 182’s service area.
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights was investigating 208 cases for issues of sexual violence at 167 colleges and universities.
Jeri Woods is the last of six co-defendants, many of whom belong to the same family, to be arrested in the deaths of teens Arreon Lackey and Antonio Lackey.
Senate GOP leader David Long wants Indiana to be part of an Upper Midwest primary in 2020 that would take place as early as February.
The House Education Committee voted 7-4 to advance the bill, which is opposed by teachers’ unions and some school administrators who say such benefits should be negotiated through collective bargaining.
In the last three weeks, mumps cases have also been confirmed at Butler University and IUPUI.
This comes after debate on how to stop Indiana’s meth problem as it tops the national list for meth lab seizures.
The Fort Wayne Police Department said Monday if the triple homicide on East Lewis Street on February 24, 2016 was a hate crime, it would be the first to say so.
The new Maternal and Child Health (MCH) MOMS Helpline will replace the Indiana Family Helpline.
Rashad Travon Woods of Indianapolis was arrested after federal drug agents seized more than 5 pounds of methamphetamine from him during an investigation at an Albuquerque train station.
The fissure could have major implications beyond the primaries, exposing the looming challenges in uniting the party after the election, no matter who wins.
A federal judge in Indianapolis on Monday blocked Republican Gov. Mike Pence’s order barring state agencies from helping Syrian refugees resettle in Indiana, saying the order was discriminatory.