Jared Fogle has filed a notice of appeal in the child pornography and sex crime case that sent him to prison for more than 15 years.
A federal appeals court has rejected a challenge to Indiana’s law that limits the sale of cold beer to liquor stores.
Revenue Commissioner Andrew Kossack says nearly 65,000 taxpayers already have paid their past-due taxes in full, and more than 13,000 are participating via payment plans
Regions from around the state submitted bids but only two will be chosen by the state to receive a portion of an $84 million pot of money.
Lawmakers want to give pharmacists the authority to approve or disapprove sales for medicines containing the ingredient pseudoephedrine.
Water temperatures in Lake Michigan are hovering around 40 degrees.
Diano Gordon, 24, is charged with breaking into two homes with Larry Taylor Jr. and Jalen Watson, who are accused of killing 28-year-old Amanda Blackburn.
The training, normally reserved for schools, is now being offered at businesses, including physician offices and clinics.
The hunters were shot when a third hunter fired three shots at a rabbit early Sunday in southern Indiana.
Last month Pence joined 30 other governors, all but one a Republican, who sought to block the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the wake of the deadly attacks in Paris
Bethel College is one of about two dozen religiously affiliated colleges to receive exemptions from a federal law that protects lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students and employees from discrimination.
U.S. District Judge Jon DeGuilio issued a preliminary injunction to stop this year’s live scene.
The state Department of Education is expected to release student scores from last spring’s ISTEP exams in January — nearly five months later than the release of the spring 2014 results.
A Boulder police spokeswoman said that detectives believe an argument led to the fatal stabbing.
A group of at least four officers ordered the man to drop the knife but had to resort to lethal force when he refused and continued to approach them.
A lawsuit filed last year by Terre Haute-based All State Manufacturing Co. accuses Republican Jon Ford of improperly spending about $56,000 on personal expenses when he worked there.
Reports released by the nonpartisan Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute found that the caps implemented in 2009 have saved taxpayers money but that some of the state’s largest cities have taken financial hits.
Fourteen floors are vacant, including four that were once occupied by the building’s signature tenant, JPMorgan Chase & Co., according to the report.
Pence is one of more than 30 governors who have sought to block the resettlement of Syrian refugees over security concerns following last month’s deadly Paris attacks.
This is just the beginning of a year of events that look back at history and ignite the future.