Police say the child had taken the car, which belonged to his mother’s boyfriend.
A judge has sentenced a southwestern Indiana man to 15 years for causing a crash that killed three family members returning from a band competition.
The Graduation Pathways Panel has recommended that students take the SAT, ACT or a similar college entrance exam instead of End-of-Course Assessments.
The baby girl was dropped off at a fire department late Tuesday according to Safe Haven Baby Boxes INC.
Vice President Mike Pence will join with Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta and Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb to build support for the Republican-led tax overhaul plan.
A worker at Amazon’s Plainfield distribution center was killed Sept. 24 when a forklift’s lift fell on him while he was doing maintenance work on it.
The Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor, which represents consumers in utility rate hike requests, has recommended that I&M’s proposed rate increase be cut by more than half.
The Republican will make job training and workforce development a major issue during the session beginning in January.
Carrier said in a statement it reduced the number of layoffs because of attrition. Many workers already have left the company, reducing the need for additional cuts.
Fred Payne will become commissioner on Dec. 12 at the state agency that oversees Indiana’s workforce development efforts.
Jordan Marin-Doan is accused of killing his adoptive father in a house fire in Indianapolis on Nov. 2.
The University of Notre Dame is reversing itself and now telling employees they will continue to receive no-cost birth control coverage.
Indiana’s county prosecutors remain vehemently opposed to any form of marijuana legalization and insist the plant “is not medicine” amid a push by a conservative state lawmaker to have it recognized as such.
It wasn’t known why the tree fell. The tree hit the windshield and passenger compartment of the truck.
The decomposing bodies of 66-year-old Joyce Snow and 68-year-old Clifford Snow were found in their Lowell-area home in October 2013. The bodies were wrapped in tarps and carpets.
More than 30,000 total customers lost service Sunday after four tornadoes touched down across Indiana. I&M said only 1,200 of its customers remain without power.
With less carriers in the market, consumers have less options to shop from, and that means higher premiums.
Indianapolis’ police chief suspended two officers over the fatal shooting of an unarmed black motorist Monday and has recommended they be fired.
Police said the man lied when he told them an 8-year-old girl was in his vehicle when it was stolen. The false report led to an Amber Alert.
Mike Pence declined to pardon 50-year-old Keith Cooper while campaigning for vice president despite the recommendations of the prosecutor and the parole board.