Man charged with murder in shooting of Indiana officer

A man charged Tuesday in the fatal shooting of a police officer in Indianapolis was dangling upside down in his overturned car following a crash when he suddenly became agitated as the officer tried to help him and opened fire, striking the officer 11 times, according to court documents.

Former EACS chief named to state office

East Allen County Schools, Dr. Kenneth Folks, was introduced Tuesday as Chief of Governmental Affairs for the Indiana Department of Education.

Man suspected in Indiana officer’s killing due in court

An affidavit filed Friday says Brown was “hysterical” and dangling upside down in his overturned car as Allan approached to help after Brown’s speeding car overturned.
It says Brown opened fire on Allen, who suffered 14 gunshot wounds.

Lead cleanup in southwest Indiana half done after a decade

2,000 additional properties still need to be cleaned up in the roughly 4.5-square-mile (nearly 12-sq. kilometer) area surrounding Evansville’s downtown. EPA officials named the area one of the most contaminated sites in the U.S. in 2004.

Indiana voter fraud panel focused on 2018

Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson said the voter fraud commission established by President Donald Trump will study election processes, mail voting and automatic voter registration.