The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians announced Tuesday that the Four Winds South Bend casino will open to the public on Jan. 16. It will be Indiana’s first tribal casino.
The car drove 150 yards onto an Indianapolis apartment complex’s retention pond, broke through the ice and sank.
The former courts official alleges that she was fired after she installed air fresheners to combat a co-worker’s “obnoxious chronic body odor.”
First baby of the new year born at Lutheran Health.
Indiana authorities are being required under a new state law to collect a DNA sample from those who are arrested for a felony crime.
Police said 59-year-old Donald Gildersleeve may be in extreme danger and require medical attention.
The Brownsburg Fire Department says the boy was in the SUV’s back seat Friday night when he climbed into the driver’s seat after his mother entered a CVS store.
A state lawmaker says if you’re offended by an Indianapolis Colts player taking a knee during the national anthem, you deserve a refund.
Raises of 2, 3 and 4 percent will be given to those meeting certain criteria. The raises will be doled out after employee performance reviews in January.
30-year-old Corey Bailey of Elkhart was fleeing from police when he pointed at handgun at a driver and opened the car’s door.
Pete Buttigieg gained attention in 2015 when he announced he was gay in a newspaper column, five months before he won election to a second term with 80 percent of the vote.
That’s because Dec. 31 falls on a Sunday and Indiana still has a Sunday ban on carryout alcohol sales from liquor, grocery and convenience stores.
One car sustained heavy damage, while the other went down an embankment.
One state lawmakers wants undocumented immigrants to qualify for in-state tuition in Indiana.
The number of U.S. children placed in foster care has surged as states struggle to address the opioid epidemic and help addicted parents who can’t care for their kids.
The boy was a runaway who was driving a stolen car when an Elkhart officer tried to stop the vehicle for dangerous driving.
The former CEO for American Senior Communities, James Burkhart, along with Daniel Benson ASC’s Chief Operation Officer, Steven Ganote a personal friend of Burkhart and Joshua Burkhart aka “Justin Barnes” who is James’ brother, were all arrested in October 2016 for their involvement in a money laundering scheme.
Aaron Robert Jenkins is wanted in Tippecanoe County, Indiana, on felony charges of molesting, fondling or touching a child and attempting to commit child exploitation in connection with a 2016 incident.
Members of an Indiana National Guard unit based in Kokomo are being deployed to Kuwait.
The boy was pronounced dead at the scene.