Representatives from medical and law enforcement communities discussed their diverse views of what should be included in a needle exchange program in Allen County.
Fawns in town have twice the survival rate of fawns outside of town, according to a biology professor at Ball State University.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana wants to block Gov. Mike Pence’s order barring state agencies from participating in the resettlement of Syrian refugees in Indiana.
A judge ordered the former day care operator and her daughter to each pay $1.16 million to Conor Tilson’s parents in their civil lawsuit.
Tuberculosis testing has been recommended for nearly 400 students, faculty and staff at IUPUI after a student was recently diagnosed with an active case of the disease.
Whitcomb’s World War II military service during which he escaped from a Japanese prison camp was honored during Friday’s ceremony as was his term as governor from 1969 to 1973.
State troopers and Indiana National Guard members took turns Thursday afternoon in an honor guard alongside Whitcomb’s official portrait from his time as governor from 1969 to 1973.
Samuel Sallee was convicted last year by a Bartholomew County jury in the slayings of three men and a woman in Waynesville, a small community near Columbus.
The driver was not impaired by drugs or alcohol and there is no video of the incident that killed Amy Beverland Elementary School Principal Susan Jordan on Jan. 27.
The city of Muncie wants to see a boardwalk, public plazas, pedestrian bridge, restaurants, commercial space and residential buildings in the proposed White River Canal District.
The crash happened Wednesday night at an intersection on the city’s northwest side. The patrol car was hit at the driver’s side door.
Bryan McCoy preserves moments of LaGrange County’s past so future generations have a better understanding of the county and its history.
Stanley Security and Braden Business Systems will both move to the Indianapolis suburb.
Councilman Robert Battle is accused of fatally shooting a man back in October and is being held without bond at the Porter County J
A&E Network series, “60 Days In,” will be shot inside the Clark County Jail in Jeffersonville, Indiana. The show will air starting next month.
U.S. Rep. Marlin Stutzman, who is backed by the tea party, piled on after Democrats raised questions about Young’s candidacy and argued he was shy of meeting the requirement for ballot petition signatures.
The proposed changes include requiring law enforcement agencies to justify that video must be kept private because it would either avoid harming someone or influence a court trial.
The grant would pay for construction of the first phase of the Red Line, a 37-mile route from Westfield to Greenwood.
The two confirmed cases so far appear to be unconnected according to Indiana University officials.
The heating, ventilating and air conditioning equipment maker plans to move its operations to Mexico in 2017.