Authorities are rolling out a federally funded initiative aiming to crack down on seatbelt violators in rural areas of Knox County.
Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee members are scheduled to vote Tuesday morning on a proposal that would eliminate the Common Construction Wage Law.
The Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee is scheduled to take up the bill Tuesday.
The records of children in Indiana who were adopted between 1941 and 1994 are currently sealed, preventing hundreds of thousands of adoptees from finding their biological parents.
INDOT announced last month the rail service would cease April 1, but then said the passenger line would continue through April 30.
Defense attorney Judy Clarke countered by arguing that Tsarnaev took part in the attack but that he did so under the malevolent influence of his now-dead older brother.
Randy Linn, formerly of DeKalb County, said that he can’t believe that he tried to destroy a place of worship.
A group of interested Hoosiers has begun searching for the remnants of Indiana’s oldest trail, known as the Buffalo Trace.
New Albany Mayor Jeff Gahan says elected officials have a duty “to create an environment that welcomes everyone and discriminates against no one.”
Police are urging parents of children who attended a Lafayette Easter egg hunt to check the eggs for moth balls after one was found.
Witnesses told police the man ran into the street, and the taxi driver did not have time to stop
Indiana tourism agencies are rolling out campaigns emphasizing that everyone is welcome, but it might not be enough.