The state income tax rate will become 3.23 percent for 2017, down from the 3.3 percent rate that’s been in place the past two years.
A northern Indiana city’s citizen of the year is reeling from a fire that destroyed his longtime home.
Multiple reports to the Better Business Bureau indicate that “representatives” from a Marion landscaping business are showing up at homes in the Fort Wayne area offering tree and landscaping services for a discounted rate.
The victim reported she was dancing when “a random guy grabbed her belt loops on her pants (and) pulled her backwards and up against his body.”
Utility crews were working to repair a power outage in the area about 15 miles south of Terre Haute when the man was shocked and killed.
A 16-year-old boy faces charges in connection with a sexual assault at an Indianapolis hotel and abduction of a security guard.
Police arrested a man in connection with 2 pipe bombs that were planted at a business in Muncie. Police said the man wanted to injure his ex-girlfriend and blow up the school bus she drove.
State conservation officers conducting a routine hunting check have arrested a man and woman after drugs, guns and a ballistics vest were found in a vehicle parked in a Randolph County field.
Glenn Hults pleaded guilty to assisting a criminal in the November 2012 Indianapolis house explosion that killed a couple who lived next door and damaged or destroyed more than 80 homes.
A prosecutor in Wayne County has dropped charges against two doctors in an investigation of how drugs were prescribed at an addiction clinic.
Lawmakers and education officials were stunned in 2015 when the Higher Learning Commission unveiled new educational requirements for instructors who teach the dual credit classes.
The Culver Academies’ Black Horse Troop and Equestriennes accepted an invitation for the Jan. 20 parade for Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence.
Goshen is extending a campaign to repair or fill old coal-storage vaults that pose a public safety threat.
It was a tough year for donations at the Salvation Army but with the help of two donors, thousands of people will be helped.
Executive director of GPS ankle bracelet company Track Group said the number of people ordered to wear the technology has nearly doubled in the Indianapolis area in the past year.
Challenges still await commercial drone users. The FAA stipulates that operators aren’t allowed to fly their drones over 400 feet, out of the line of sight, after twilight or over people without waivers.
A 21-mile section of the Interstate 69 project is nearly a year behind schedule.
Gun rights advocates view the upcoming legislative session as their best chance yet to get rid of an Indiana law requiring a license to carry handguns.
The $763 million bridge named after 19th Century explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark took more than three years to build. It offers a bypass route for travelers who want to avoid downtown Louisville traffic.
According to the National Fire Prevention Association, rougly one of 34 reported home fires that began with a Christmas tree resulted in a death, compared to an average of one death per 142 total reported home fires.