Opponents are threatening legal action to reverse it, saying it leads to unfair competition and violates Indiana’s constitution.
The 132-year-old depot was moved closer to the Amtrak platform to accept passengers as part of a major rehabilitation of the state’s third-most popular station.
The documentary film tells the story of a home in Tipton County once owned by President Obama’s ancestors.
Many mourners joined family members ahead of the funeral for an Indiana toddler who was found slain last week after police say she was taken from her father’s home.
The grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will fund several initiatives, including one that will allow Indiana to expand its Violent Death Reporting System to add county-level data on opioid overdoses.
Republican Gov. Mike Pence’s has worked to bar state agencies from helping Syrian refugees, citing legitimate public safety concerns about refugee screening.
Tucson, Arizona police confiscated a Thompson submachine gun in 1934 when they took notorious gangster John Dillinger into custody.
The Block Parties are designed to bring people together to participate in a series of challenges that encourage Hoosiers to try new experiences, learn more about Indiana and imagine ways to make Indiana even better.
The broadside printing was ordered on July 17, 1776, by the Massachusetts Bay Council to be read throughout the colonies.
Although Tuesday’s decision establishes the Indiana 37 corridor for the segment of I-69 from Martinsville to Indianapolis, the exact route still must be designed.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence called 27-year-old Howard County Deputy Carl Koontz an “Indiana hero.”
Representatives from the Indiana State Police Fort Wayne post, the Allen County Sheriff’s Department and the Fort Wayne Police department will attend Deputy Carl Koontz’s funeral Tuesday.
Whiteout driving conditions at the time caused a massive pileup, including an East Allen County School bus, semis and dozens of passenger cars.
Kyle Parker, 22, was charged with murder for the killing of 1-year-old Shaylyn Ammerman in Owen County, Indiana.
The BMV will accept applications for personalized plates beginning April 1. It halted the program in July 2013 amid a court battle.
Visitation will be held Monday and the funeral is set for Tuesday. Both will happen at Northwestern High School.
The problem is, lawmakers banned state funding for the exchanges when they legalized them last year, even as Indiana’s worst-ever HIV outbreak struck in another county.
This comes just after a bus carrying a school basketball team overturned in a crash on Interstate 65.
Hunters will be allowed to use such rifles when hunting on privately owned property for the first time when two-week deer firearms season opens in November.
The Rose Ride will help to raise money for the family of the deputy who was shot and killed while serving a warrant in Russiaville almost a week ago.