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.
The new rule prohibits certain political leaders from doing business with the city.
Over the past week, a petroleum odor has caused throats to burn and eyes to water.
Operations director Steve McKenzie says the job cuts are due to “the sudden and unforeseen cancellation” of a contract with the company’s largest customer, which he did not identify.
Sue Ellspermann stepped down as Indiana’s lieutenant governor in March as Gov. Mike Pence was gearing up for a tough re-election against former Democratic House Speaker John Gregg.
The 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 will be held May 29 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis.
Law enforcement officials in central Indiana are urging the public to pay attention to their surroundings and report suspected sex trafficking of minors ahead of the Indianapolis 500.
The government’s weekly crop report shows just 45 percent of Indiana’s corn crop and 15 percent of its soybean crop was planted by Monday.
Last fall Fogle pleaded guilty to child pornography charges.
The recent decision allows lawmakers to withhold emails requested under Indiana’s public records law.
Adding a second track will cut travel time from Michigan City to downtown Chicago from 90 minutes to 67 minutes.
The city hasn’t had any problems with lead in its drinking water, but 142 homes have lead lines leading from the water main near the street into the water meter indoors.
The bill, which would scale back the number of schools in which all students receive free or reduced-price meals, would impact Fort Wayne Community Schools.
Flaherty Hall will accommodate 226 women and Dunne Hall, 221 men. The two new residence halls will open in August.
Internationally known artist Yis “Nosego” Goodwin comes back to Fort Wayne for second time.
Locally, news that the threshold for overtime pay was to be nearly doubled was received with mixed emotions.