IU spokeswoman Margie Smith-Simmons says the law due to take effect July 1 would hurt its ability to conduct research into Alzheimer’s and other neurological diseases.
21-year-old Andrew Boldt was fatally shot and stabbed by a fellow student in the room in the basement of Purdue University’s Electrical Engineering Building.
The schools made the list based on multiple factors, including how they ranked in two ISTEP based categories.
Toyota is set to mark the 20th anniversary of when it started building what is now a 5,000-worker assembly plant in southwestern Indiana.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence is among 10 Republican governors urging the Federal Communications Commission to give states more autonomy in combatting cellphone use by inmates who have them illegally in prison.
Nebraska Elementary students learned how to get to Washington Elementary, where the majority will attend next year after Nebraska closes.
Authorities said the elderly man was last seen Saturday and is driving a 1995 maroon pickup truck.
Cigarette smokers can no longer light up at The Knickerbocker Saloon in downtown Lafayette. After 181 years the bar is now smoke-free.
The woman was found guilty of killing the premature infant she delivered after ingesting abortion-inducing drugs. She asked an appeals court Monday to throw out the convictions that led to her 20-year prison sentence.
The shelter says it has enough food for the additional dogs but is also soliciting donations of cleaning supplies, including bleach and disposable rubber gloves.
Five corrections officers have been fired and four have resigned as the result of A&E’s “60 Days In.”
The 2015 population estimates released by the U.S. Census Bureau last week show suburban Hamilton County’s population grew by 13 percent over the last five years, followed by adjacent Boone County’s 12 percent growth.
The military training camp was used by thousands at the height of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Leaders are now hoping to attract defense and homeland security related businesses.
The changes are in response to two break-ins, a posted letter advising ways to sneak into the park and one visitor, upset over a long wait at the gatehouse entrance, throwing a drink in an attendant’s face and saying, “This is why the pavilion project isn’t needed.”
IU recently joined the lawsuit that seeks to block the new state law that aborted fetuses be buried or cremated because it could hurt research projects at the university.
He says steel is “essential” to Indiana’s manufacturing-intensive economy and is also “vital” to the nation’s security.
Western Indiana’s Vermillion County had the state’s highest turnout, with 51 percent of its registered voters casting ballots.
The teen’s mother told officers she believes the shooter was her ex-boyfriend, but he has not been charged and is not in custody.
Court records show the woman purchased abortion-inducing drugs online through a pharmacy in Hong Kong, took those drugs and delivered a premature baby in her home bathroom.
The man from Richmond pleaded guilty to eight felony theft charges of taking money from clients. A judge ordered the man to serve six years on probation.