A proposed ordinance change in Elkhart would add protections against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
A southern Indiana man who’s accused of killing and eating parts of his ex-girlfriend is now facing a rape charge in the attack.
People enrolled in the Healthy Indiana Plan are now eligible for the state’s new Gateway to Work program.
People as far away as England are signing an online petition protesting the annual hog wrestling event held at the Delaware County Fair.
Kokomo police investigators recently began again reviewing evidence and witness statements from the February 2005 fire that engulfed a family’s home.
Neither Pence nor Republican legislative leaders included the religious objections law as they promoted agendas for this year’s session, but they embraced the bill as it advanced through the House and Senate with only GOP votes in support.
University officials said services for sexual assault victims already exist either on campus or in Greater Lafayette and that a bricks-and-mortar facility wouldn’t be a good use of resources.
The couple was forced to make a venue change after the groom got sick and needed open heart surgery.
According to the sex offender register, the suspect was convicted of child molesting in 1993.
Violators can face fines of up to $100 for each infraction.
Anthem claims the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires public schools to provide services to autistic children.
A northwest Indiana firefighter has been charged with battery for allegedly throwing a female police officer into a snowbank last winter.