A fire response crew was at the scene as a precaution as the plane approached for landing.
A bill on this topic didn’t get a House committee hearing. Some law enforcement officials question whether it’s needed.
The police department hopes to raise $15,000 to train and equip a new dog that would be trained to detect explosives.
According to police, the five students were doing cocaine together in an apartment while watching the NCAA Tournament.
Indiana’s pension system changed its investing strategy in 2012 to eliminate wide swings in performance.
55 cases of HIV have been confirmed in southeastern Indiana and another 13 possible cases have been linked to the outbreak.
The South Bend Tribune reports many maple syrup-producers believe cold weather in February is to blame for the low sap production. They say trees still aren’t producing sap at a normal rate now that temperatures are beginning to climb.
Monroe County deputies can now access the state protective order registry from the computers in their patrol cars.
Supporters say it would help shorten patients’ wait time for potentially lifesaving drugs.
The Indiana Municipal Power Association said this month it will invest nearly $5.4 million to install 11,850 solar panels generating 3 megawatts of energy.
Investigators believe the fire was started by an electrical issue.
Glenda Ritz claims nearly $60 million in the proposed House budget could be diverted toward additional funding for local school districts.