Assault charges weren’t filed against the players but one of the two women who said they were assaulted hired the firm because she hoped to have the players expelled.
The utility department in the Indiana city of Columbus is apologizing after more than 2,000 customers incorrectly received past-due notices.
The electricity produced would be the equivalent of what’s needed to power 1,200 homes.
The north central, northeast and southwest regions are engaged in economic development activities after winning $42 million of state grants.
The 83,000-square-foot facility in the Vigo County Industrial Park will produce young turkeys for commercial use.
Police searched the home and 40-acre property of a man in Delphi Friday where two teens were found dead in February.
The first wave of 50 layoffs has already happened at United Technologies’ 700-worker electronics plant in Huntington, which is slated for closure.
The Grant County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s help finding a man who broke into a Marion auto store and left with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Two train projects in northwest Indiana could lose significant federal funding under President Donald Trump’s proposed budget.
Police say some people questioned by investigators haven’t been truthful because they have criminal records.
The LaPorte County Sheriff’s Office says the car’s three occupants were killed in Friday morning’s crash along U.S. 20 just west of the town of Rolling Prairie.
Indiana is one of five states without a hate crimes statute.
The program relies on the federal government for at least 90 percent of its funding and covers more than 400,000 poor people in Indiana.
The state’s March 10th FAFSA deadline would be extended to April 15 this year in response to the failure of a federal data retrieval tool that complicated the process for families attempting to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Muncie and Delaware County officials have formed a coalition to end gun violence in the area.
The funding addresses various environmental threats including invasive species such as the Asian carp which could make its way to the Great Lakes through the Eagle Marsh in Fort Wayne.
An apparent explosion and chemical reaction produced smoke inside the building that was an irritant to eyes and mucous membranes but not toxic. No one was injured.
The website allows truckers hauling loads of food rejected by grocers or distributors to find food banks where they can donate that freight.
Do you feel safe on the trails in Fort Wayne? It’s a question a lot of people are asking after two girls were found dead near a trail in Delphi.
The amended bill would also set aside $1 million for a new pilot program that would pay for an online preschool program that offers students 15-minute daily lessons.