The inmate was found in his cell Saturday.
John Gregg is now telling voters that Pence doesn’t really want to be re-elected as governor.
Provisions put on hold a day before they were to take effect Friday would have banned abortions sought because of a fetus’ genetic abnormalities.
The library paid for the project with a $10,000 federal Library Services & Technology Act grant and about $14,138 in library funds.
After nearly three months in northern Indiana, the Trekker has arrived in Bloomington.
Explosions on the Fourth of July can trigger anxiety, panic and flashbacks in veterans with PTSD.
The gunman started shooting at a crowd gathered in a front yard Saturday evening.
Read the statement the FBI released to media.
The crash happened Friday night just west of the Portage Toll Plaza on Interstate 90.
The 22-year-old man was convicted in a case alleging he took explicit photographs of a 4-year-old girl.
Since leaving the Legislature, Democratic gubernatorial nominee John Gregg has worked as an attorney and served as interim president of Vincennes University.
Steuben leaders say 100,000 people will visit the 101 lakes in the county through Monday. They credit a long holiday weekend, good weather and dropping gas prices for the crowds.
The Music for All Summer Symposium is a weeklong music camp that draws students from across the country to Ball State University.
The law allows patients to download apps and enter medical information and have live conversations with medical workers.
A carving that read “J Dillinger 1931” was found on a tree near Hubbard Hill Retirement Estates south of Elkhart.
Ellspermann, who stepped down as lieutenant governor in March as GOP Indiana Gov. Mike Pence started a re-election campaign, officially starts her new position Friday.
Indiana State Police issued a Silver Alert Friday morning for 75-year-old Muriel Tutterrow of Economy, Ind.
Trump has never held public office and is considering a small group of political veterans as potential running mates.
The judge found “no conceivable important governmental interest” to justify treating female spouses of artificially-inseminated birth mothers different from male spouses of artificially-inseminated birth mothers.
The law, which was set to take effect Friday, would have banned abortions that are sought due to fetal genetic abnormalities, such as Down syndrome, or because of the race, sex or ancestry of a fetus.