An Indian tribe that wants to build a village and casino in South Bend has reached agreements with the city to help pay for needed infrastructure improvements and payments it will make in lieu of property taxes.
Pence signed the measures Wednesday during a ceremony in Fort Wayne at the Allen County Courthouse.
The northern Indiana city has banned motorists from using their cellphones in school zones when pedestrians are present or school events are under way.
An investigation found the Sigma Phi Epsilon chapter violated several Interfraternity Council and university policies and also wasn’t compliant with a four-year probation that began in 2013 following incidents involving illegal drugs.
Officials described Tuesday at FWA as basically business as usual. With that said, they also call these tragedies incredibly difficult, especially when it happens at a fellow airport.
Deputy Carl Koontz died Sunday morning hours after being shot in the pelvis by Evan T. Dorsey, 25, police said. Sgt. Jordan Buckley was wounded in the gunfight inside the mobile home.
Honda is expected to add 100 jobs at the Greensburg factory, where it now has some 2,300 workers building Honda Civic compact cars.
ISTEP scores plummeted about 20 percent in 2015 when compared to the previous year due in part to a hastily rolled out test.
Then-Gov. Mitch Daniels canceled the state’s contract with IBM in 2009 after the privatization effort failed.
The race to fill the seat of GOP Sen. Dan Coats, who is retiring, could have national implications as Democrats seek to retake control of the Senate.
Officers found a blood-covered meat cleaver in the man’s apartment, along with an aluminum baseball bat.
The law signed Monday will allow police to withhold video under some circumstances.
One of those bills includes a measure would allow pharmacy regulars to buy pseudoephedrine normally while allowing pharmacists to limit quantities of the cold medicine sold to unfamiliar customers without a prescription.
The business that serves about 2,000 trucks per day was destroyed while 100 firefighters worked to to bring the fire under control.
A search committee is aiming to name the college’s new president in April. Former Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann resigned from public office to apply for the position.
His selection will replace Justice Brent Dickson, who’ll retire April 29 before he reaches the mandatory retirement age of 75.
The Howard County Sheriff’s Department and other police agencies will observe a moment of silence at 11:10 a.m., 24 hours from when Deputy Carl Koonts died.
Howard County Sheriff Steve Rogers said Monday that Sgt. Jordan Buckley “is doing very well” following Sunday’s shooting in a mobile home in Russiaville that killed another deputy and the alleged gunman.
Authorities are investigating a crash in Wabash County that claimed the lives of two women.
The man wanted for a shootout that happened earlier in March that injured an Indianapolis officer.