The U.S. Department of Agriculture is due to spend $4 million in 2016 to help farmers and others plant milkweed and other nectar-producing plants.
The organization says it will target programs addressing early learning for children up to age 12, youth success for teenagers and stable families for adults.
Speaker Brian Bosma says he demoted Rep. Ed Clere of New Albany because of “rudeness” in his dealings with committee members.
Police say the teen believed the gun’s safety was on when he pulled its trigger while sitting in a van in the parking lot of a Target store Thursday night.
Wayne Township Fire Department officials say the fire is under control and evacuations are continuing.
The reinstated food stamp requirements have cost about 18,300 adults across Indiana to lose their food stamps this month.
The man was the only person in the vehicle and that the truck had been struck by bullets several times in the windshield and driver’s side door.
A judge granted Jared Fogle and Kathleen McLaughlin’s divorce on Nov. 16. Fogle was sentenced on Nov. 19 for trading in child pornography and paying for sex with underage girls.
Sixty-one-year-old Billy Paschal entered the guilty plea Tuesday during a Hancock County court hearing.
Daniels issued a letter to the leaders of the demonstration Tuesday one week after meeting with them.
The new guidelines cover educators teaching college-level courses, including teachers of courses in which students simultaneously earn college and high school credit.
The Secretary of State says nearly 560,000 of the 2.7 million eligible Indiana voters cast ballots
Indiana residents are advised to be aware of their surroundings, especially when they’re in crowds, at sporting events or using public transportation.
A day after being sued by the ACLU, Pence said he’s confident he has the authority to suspend the state’s participation in the resettlement of Syrian refugees in Indiana.
Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke was charged with first degree murder in the killing of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald on Oct. 20, 2014.
A Marion County judge entered not guilty pleas for 18-year-old Larry Taylor Jr. and 21-year-old Jalen Watson during a brief court hearing.
Neighbors told NewsChannel 15 one of the two men living at the house was installing a new furnace when the explosion happened.
To remedy the alleged misconduct, county officials enacted an ordinance permitting public use of the lawn.
The Indiana Department of Transportation hoped to have the 27-mile section that will run from the community of Crane into Bloomington open by late 2014, but weather and construction delays pushed that back one year.
Two men were charged Monday with murder in the fatal shooting of a pastor’s pregnant wife during an apparent break in of their Indianapolis home, court records show.