The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled that a wounded police officer can’t sue a sporting goods store that sold a handgun later used to wound him.
Holcomb wrote in a veto message Monday that he doesn’t support creating “burdensome obstacles” to obtaining public documents.
Indiana hasn’t hosted the NBA All-Star Game since 1985 but has staged the Super Bowl and seven NCAA men’s Final Fours, along with the annual Indianapolis 500.
A statement released Monday by the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department in Indiana says an autopsy revealed the 56-year-old actress had stage-four cancer.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s “Two Paths: America Divided or United” looks at what Kasich calls the positivity of his presidential campaign compared with the election cycle’s negativity.
The state’s funding from the Health and Human Services is among $485 million the agency recently awarded to all 50 states and several U.S. territories.
Greg Zoeller served as attorney general from 2009 until January.
Officials aren’t sure if the two attempts are connected.
Officials said 114 minors, 36 adults, and one juvenile were involved in investigations between Thursday and early Sunday morning.
Lake Webster is the sole source of muskie eggs for a lake-stocking program has seen a surge in young populations of that uncommon fish.
Portage Police Chief Troy Williams says the shooting happened about 1:45 a.m. Saturday after a city officer made a traffic stop.
Police said the woman ran a stop sign. During the traffic stop, an officer became suspicious of criminal activity and sent his K-9 through the vehicle for a “free air sniff.”
The four-day Greater Lafayette Holocaust Remembrance Conference begins Sunday at Purdue University.
Indiana lawmakers gaveled this year’s session to a close early Saturday morning with the passage of a $32.3 billion, two-year budget.
The ISTEP became a liability after Republicans undertook a number of education overhauls that made the test more difficult.
Lawmakers passed a bill to close a cold beer loophole. The House passed passed the bill by a vote of 84-13, while the Senate had passed the bill earlier.
According to its website, The Society of Professional Journalists is the nation’s most broad-based journalism organization, dedicated to encouraging the free practice of journalism and stimulating high standards of ethical behavior.
The state’s supply of lethal injection drugs, used in the execution of prisoners, is nearing their expiration dates.
Trooper Anthony Repass led the Fort Wayne district with 1,558 traffic enforcement contacts, or pullovers, in 2016. He had 88 criminal arrests.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb appointed STAR Financial Bank Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President Kristin M. Marcuccilli to the Indiana Economic Development Corporation’s board of directors.