Purdue said Monday its 6,800 first-year students represents an increase of more than 300 over last year’s entering class. The total includes 3,500 Indiana residents, or more than half of the incoming class.
Officials say a woman became “unruly” during American Airlines flight 1284 from Miami to Chicago O’Hare Airport.
The U.S. coach will decide over the next year if she gets to row in the Olympics.
Under the new rule any farms that discharge any water or wastewater may have to get new permits or face tens of thousands of dollars in fines.
FEMA officials decided no additional funding is needed because the damage was from multiple storms, not a single event. Gov. Mike Pence will appeal the decision.
Data collected by State Farm indicates the odds of Indiana motorists hitting a deer in 2015 are 1 in 142, compared to 1 in 172 in 2014.
The broad leaves and thick stalks can stand up to 12 feet high, forming a wall of foliage that turns rural roads into long, narrow corridors of nothing but corn.
Mark Leonard has filed notice that he will appeal his sentence of life in prison without parole for blowing up a house and killing two neighbors in 2012.
He got out of a vehicle parked outside a gas station while his mother was inside.
BMV audits found numerous problems, including missing temporary tags, incomplete documentation and other irregularities.
Local officials fear big tax revenue losses — and shifts in taxes to homeowners — after Meijer won an appeal cutting an Indianapolis store’s 2012 assessed value of $19.7 million by nearly two-thirds.
One death from West Nile virus has been confirmed in Indiana so far this year.
The New Albany Police Department is investigating a fake account that made threats against students.
The 2011 complaint came from the same Florida journalist who says she worked with the FBI to record Fogle expressing interest in sex with minors.
U.S. Congressman Marlin Stutzman said the Iran deal would do nothing to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
Indiana State Police say the man fatally shot by a trooper at an Indianapolis apartment complex had been the subject of a drug investigation for less than two days.
A judge has agreed to remove a young man from Michigan’s sex offender registry who was originally sentenced to spend decades on the list after admitting he had sex with a 14-year-old girl.
The test was stretched to 12 hours last year, and then shortened to nine hours as a last-minute compromise. State education officials said this week that it’ll be no more than 8 ½ hours long.