From wearing gear in support of your candidate to taking a selfie, there are many things you can and cannot do when showing up to the polls to vote.
30-year-old Marlonn Hicks of Crown Point talked about carrying out an attack in the U.S. and said he wanted to travel to territory under control of the Islamic State and other terrorist groups.
Police seized heroin, cocaine, marijuana and methamphetamine along with 30 guns, nine vehicles and nearly $60,000 in cash.
The woman is accused of beating her son with a coat hanger, leaving him with 36 bruises and red welts.
Burton A. Williams, a member of Company F, 38th Indiana Infantry during the Civil War, is one of potentially more than 100 other Civil War veterans buried at Elkhart’s Grace Lawn Cemetery in unmarked graves.
Website users can search providers based on hours needed, geographical area, types of facility or a child’s age.
he South Korean automakers will pay $41.2 million to 33 states and the District of Columbia.
A letter released Wednesday said that students will “continue to be pawns of a legislative agenda that does not value the best practices of instruction and assessment.”
The issue has been highly politicized, with Trump and Pence raising the possibility of a “rigged” election without offering proof.
Unsafe sleep environments increase the risk of suffocation, one of the leading causes of infant deaths in Indiana.
The man is the fifth person to be arrested for meth possession in the city of New Castle since October 19.
While one-third of U.S. counties will have only one health marketplace insurer, most Indiana counties have three or more offering coverage for 2017.
The Indiana Kid’s Election, for students in grades 6-12, aims to get kids excited about the voting process.
Administrators made the decision after what was described as “a substantial disruption to the educational environment” by students wearing hats and shirts emblazoned with the flag.
An Indiana school district says a student injured in a stage collapse last year during a musical put herself at risk by participating in the show.
IPFW is cutting a handful of degree programs and Wednesday students, staff, and faculty protested that decision. Dozens of protesters came out to stand up for degree programs and majors facing cuts.
The mannequin at Civic Plaza was part of a campaign in which elk statues around the city were clad in purple in honor of October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Matt Luecking, who worked for Terre Haute’s WFNB-FM, was beaten with a baseball bat while in bed.
New, amended or replacement identification cards will be processed. Renewed, amended or replacement driver’s licenses and learner permits also will be processed.
The draft of the two-year jail study on the DeKalb County Jail suggests two projects- a new jail and a new community corrections and work release facility. The county commissioners agree with the findings and say they aren’t surprised.