Police are allowed to use drones for search-and-rescue efforts, to record crash scenes and to help in emergencies, but the law requires a warrant for other uses.
The school has proposed a 1.9 percent tuition increase. That amounts to $85 per semester for a full-time in-state undergraduate student.
With no clear favorite, questions about Honda’s reliability, Penske’s power and newcomer Fernando Alonso’s lack of experience in this race, there could be a surprise winner in “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.”
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education will accept applications for the grants until June 30.
RiverDrums is a free public event featuring volunteer artists representing Fort Wayne’s history focusing on our rivers as a unique community resource
The two slept on store shelves hidden by boxes at a Walmart in central Indiana and the video of their stunt on YouTube has garnered them national attention.
The lawsuit filed Thursday argues the museum’s $35 million expansion project violates the organization’s rights to property easements.
The Allen County Highway Department gave away free sandbags Thursday and they were filled quickly.
A charged debate happened last session over whether convenience stores should be able to sell cold beer.
The suit alleges the former Munster Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent received more than $850,000 in overpayments to their annuities, salary and stipend, and other items between 1999 and 2014.
Armour Eckrich Meats recalled more than 8,000 cases of 16.6-ounce packages of “Eckrich Smok-y Cheddar Breakfast sausage, Naturally Hardwood Smoked.”
The speedway does not announce actual attendance figures, but Doug Boles said the crowd will be the best in 15 years, excepting last year’s 100th running, which was a record crowd of about 350,000.
Pregnant women, students, single-parents, anyone over 60, people in drug treatment or on disability, and those who have recently been imprisoned would be exempted from the requirement.
Several police departments involved with Sunday’s 101st running of the Indianapolis 500 issued a statement Wednesday to answer questions they’ve received regarding security efforts before and the day of the race.
Authorities say three people were injured when a semi-truck crashed into an Indiana Department of Transportation mowing crew along a highway in southeastern Indiana.
State police say the driver of a mortuary services van involved in crash along Interstate 70 in western Indiana faces drunken driving and other charges.
An appellate court ruled the man was still required to pay his taxes despite his argument that doing so is a burden on his religion.
Target’s breach, which occurred between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15 of 2013, affected more than 41 million customer payment card accounts and exposed contact information for more than 60 million customers.
The complaint says the suspect had done nothing to provoke the officer who shocked him with a Taser 16 times in May 2016 in Greenwood, just south of Indianapolis.
The annual statewide turkey harvest has leveled off since 2010’s peak of nearly 14,000 birds taken that spring.