A new report shows that during 2014 Indiana had its most recreational boating deaths in three years but still remained below the national rate for such fatalities.
The state has previously said it would spend $2 million on a public relations strategy to try to overcome the damage done after RFRA.
The stresses and struggles over student loans felt by roughly 40 million Americans are under scrutiny.
The new law allows consumers to ship wine to their homes without visiting a winery and signing paperwork first. It takes effect in July.
The Purdue University Board of Trustees is expected to make a decision this week on a proposal to freeze tuition.
The board members made the vote after online petitioners complained that the event was cruel.
Two children were left alone in a car with a loaded gun in the car’s center console.
Police say they’ve found at least 30 images of child pornography on the man’s university-owned laptop.
The man was being held in the Johnson County Jail when he became agitated and a jail nurse told staff to take him to Johnson Memorial Hospital across the street.
A proposal to allow the use of high-powered rifles for deer hunting in Indiana likely is finished after wildlife officials have recommended against it.
A new audit report delivers a scathing review of Indiana’s Bureau of Motor Vehicles, finding that the agency overcharged and undercharged Indiana drivers because of a massive lack of oversight
Authorities say a 19-year-old man died in police custody after being found unconscious in the back of a jail transport van taking him to a central Indiana hospital.