A total of 44 dog attacks were reported in Indianapolis in 2016, placing it in ninth place in a ranking of 40 cities.
Members of an Indiana University sorority shut down by its national organization have won a reprieve from eviction.
A bill Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb supports that would give local governments control over creating needle-exchange programs is headed to his desk.
The Indiana Senate has narrowly backed a proposal attempting to navigate regulations on short-term rentals amid a changing market with companies like Airbnb.
Some of those who protested against Donnelly’s decision to break with his party and to support Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court said they were uneasy about voting for him next year.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has rejected a challenge to an Indiana Power & Light rate hike that’ll increase the monthly charge 68 percent for some customers.
The budget bill already passed the House, but the version the Senate approved on a 39-9 vote Thursday included significant changes.
The oil cannot get patients high but contains compounds that studies suggest lessen the severity of seizures.
The federal appeals court ruled the state’s proposed use of a contested sedative unconstitutional. Ohio hoped to execute several condemned killers beginning next month.
The new proposal strips provisions that had allowed one security firm to play gatekeeper over the industry and set a deadline for manufacturer permits to be granted.
The National Weather Service says waves reaching heights of roughly 15 to 20 feet and flooding are possible along Lake Michigan on Thursday.
Some people don’t think the possible charges a suspect could face after a reported animal cruelty case is enough.
A proposal to increase the state’s 99-cent-per-pack tax by $1 has run into stiff opposition, even while Indiana has one of the country’s highest smoking rates.
The moderate Democrat crossed party lines this week to endorse Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, and told NewsChannel 15 he works only for Hoosiers.
The Indiana State Police canceled a Silver Alert for a woman who went missing.
After a man unsuccessfully attempted two carjackings, a short police chase ensued and a Goshen police officer shot the man in the parking lot of a bar.
Under current law, if a private school receives a “D” or “F” state rating for two consecutive years, it can’t accept new voucher students until its rating improves.
The case stems from a lawsuit by Indiana teacher Kimberly Hively alleging that the Ivy Tech Community College in South Bend didn’t hire her full time because she is a lesbian.
The measure, which already cleared the House, was approved Tuesday on a 32-16 vote. The House must agree to minor changes before it can go to Gov. Eric Holcomb.
A deputy went to the house to deliver court papers and made the gruesome discovery.