Opiate abuse has spiked across much of the U.S., but Indiana’s problem is particularly acute. It is one of four states where overdose deaths have more than quadrupled since 1999.
A Grace College student found the message early Monday scrawled on a chalk board. It read, “N——s don’t belong here.”
Dustin Trowbridge was 14 when Doris Swindell was found strangled to death in her Anderson mobile home in 1996.
The NAACP is distributing free lead-testing kits in a northwestern Indiana city where hundreds of people were forced from a public-housing complex by lead contamination.
A jury has convicted a Muncie man of murder in the slaying nearly eight years ago of a woman whom prosecutors say was stabbed about 70 times.
A newspaper reports an Indiana couple has won more than $200,000 in settlements after a police dog bit their son during a school field trip.
Authorities say the driver of a bus that slammed into a stopped minivan near Bloomington, killing three people, had drugs in his system.
A couple sued after their 11-year-old son was bit by a drug-sniffing dog when police placed marijuana on some students inside a courtroom.
The leak shortly after noon Friday produced a carbon monoxide reading of 150 parts per million at Skyline Chili in Castleton.
Indiana Excise Police have continued citing retailers selling a cannabis extract after saying they’d stop confiscating the product according to a report in the Indianapolis Star.
Death row inmate Roy Lee Ward, who was convicted in the 2001 rape and murder of a 15-year-old, challenged whether state prison officials can change execution drugs without going through a public review.
Witnesses told officers the man was sitting on the tracks as the eastbound train approached. The witnesses said they yelled at him to get off the tracks, but he didn’t react.
Some Hoosiers argue that wind turbines negatively impact communities, while others claim not only are they environmentally friendly but an economic jump-starter.
In addition to tax reform, Young is also expected to touch on topics like health care, the opioid crisis and more in his First News conversation with NewsChannel 15’s Rod Hissong.
The dunes were initially recommended to become a national park in 1916, but the effort was set aside because of World War I.
The judge heard arguments last month in Subway’s bid to have the suit dismissed.
Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. disclosed the information on the intended target Tuesday, saying he had spoken to the FBI. McDermott also said a city worker received a bulky package in a separate incident last week containing threats.
The union says Brett Voorhies was re-elected during its three-day convention in Indianapolis.
The 2017 Indiana Manufacturing Survey has indicated thousands of manufacturing jobs are out there without people qualified to fill the posts.
David Eugene Cox, 81, of Sellersburg was last seen around 6 p.m. Monday in Sellersburg. He was found dead inside a parked car at a rest area off Interstate 65 in Clark County.