U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly of Indiana interviewed the now-94-year-old female pilot as part of the the Veterans History Project.
William Paz was found guilty on a charge of obstruction of justice in relation to the killing 26-year-old Primitivo Flores.
Todd M. Richardson was arrested Jan. 28 in connection with an attempted rape reported in 1990. While out on bond, police said he killed himself after leading law enforcement on a chase.
Escaping war-torn Syria was an agonizing and dangerous journey for one family that came back together in an unlikely place — Evansville.
Forty-five states have hate crime laws, but Indiana isn’t one of them.
The school hired attorneys from two law firms after reports that a basketball coach sent sexually explicit messages to a 15-year-old student.
The 80-year-old man had been missing since Friday.
Lawmakers said it could take several steps to restrict Hoosiers with a history of domestic violence from possessing guns.
Indiana University is conducting its own investigation into the allegations against he sexually assaulted a woman in December.
It’s one of 44 schools across the country participating in a new program aimed at improving the performance of first-year college students.
Federal prosecutors said the boys basketball coach sent sexually explicit messages to a 15-year-old female student.
The 10 people were arrested Friday after being indicted on charges that include conspiracy to distribute and distribution of a controlled substance.
The rural school in central Indiana isn’t allowing students or employees to use its tap water.
Kenneth Rackemann had faced a September death penalty trial in the February 2014 killings that happened during a botched robbery at a drug house.
14 people were injured in the 740 traffic accidents that happened during Super Bowl weekend last year.
200 school programs that aim to help ensure students get a high-quality education will be recognized through the program.
The concept involves a passenger capsule that might travel at nearly the speed of sound in a vacuum tube.
The 59 overdose deaths last year compares with 2015’s combined total of 57 vehicle crash deaths and homicides.
If the bill passes, Indiana State Police will run the database. Anyone who has committed a crime against children would have to register.
Two board members announced their resignation a week after the school’s president of 18-months decided to step down.