The juvenile identified the reserve officer after DCS responded to a complaint of a young person with multiple injuries inside a Fisher’s residence.
Ballot qualification requirements have even forced some campaigns to send volunteers to gather needed petition signatures.
A suburban Indianapolis funeral home is inviting members of the public to help give a dignified burial to a Marine Corps veteran with no known family.
Aid worker Abdul-Rahman Kassig was captured and killed in Syria. U.S. officials believe they killed the man responsible.
Police haven’t yet identified the hoodie-wearing suspect in 28-year-old Amanda Blackburn’s death.
The expecting mother was shot in the head Tuesday while police believe she was defending herself during a robbery.
The term would be followed by lifetime supervised release as part of his punishment for viewing child porn and engaging in sex acts with minors.
A protest at Indiana State University and a demonstration planned for Friday at Purdue University are among numerous campus actions around the country following the racially charged strife at the University of Missouri.
A network official said victims were turned away because agencies have fewer resources, and victims are staying longer because of a lack of affordable housing elsewhere.
Authorities ended the alert after the man returned home Thursday.
Indianapolis police believe Amanda Blackburn was trying to defend herself when she was killed during a robbery.
Free tickets for the Nov. 30 appearance can be picked up from Emens Auditorium beginning Friday for students, faculty and staff and Monday for the general public.
78-year-old Joan Cassell was last seen Wednesday evening before being found early Thursday morning.
The ACLU sued officials in Allen County in July contending a new law wrongfully barred two registered sex offenders from attending church services.
The four finalists alumni will vote on include the Gladiators, Redhawks, Spartans and Wolfpack.
Pence said the $250 million debt payment will enable Indiana employers to avoid a $126 penalty for each worker.
It may be surprising, but traffic stops are one of the most dangerous parts of a police officer’s job. FWPD hope the video will serve as an opportunity to better educate the public.
Police have asked for the public’s help to find the culprit, and Crime Stoppers has offered a cash reward for information.
The Securities and Exchange Commission filed the federal lawsuit against 36-year-old Earl Miller of Goshen last week.
The hunts are held annually by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources to reduce the number of deer as a means to maintain a healthy ecosystem within the parks.