The organization has been an outspoken proponent of same-sex marriage and was vocal in the debate over the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Indiana Conservations officers are once again taking part in Operation Dry Water, the annual campaign that focuses on cracking down on drunk boaters.
The Indiana Medical Licensing Board will hold a hearing later this year that will determine the status of the medical licenses of Dr. Ulrich “George” Klopfer, who has performed abortions in multiple cities, including Fort Wayne, for decades.
Indiana will not comply with President Barack Obama’s plan to battle climate change by requiring reductions in emissions from coal-fired power plants, Republican Gov. Mike Pence said Wednesday.
A Georgia man accused of distributing a painkiller linked to the largest HIV outbreak in Indiana history is under arrest, along with three other suspects.
Delaware County leaders are concerned after few people stepped up to donate money to replace funding that will be lost after they canceled this year’s hog wrestling event at the county fair.
Zimmer Biomet, based in Warsaw, makes devices that are implanted in the joints, extremities, spine, skull and face, as well as sports medicine products, trauma products, biologic devices, bone healing items, dental devices, and surgical products.
Police on Wednesday said 34-year-old Joshua Dyer of Huntington was shot Tuesday evening while riding in a car driven by an Indianapolis man..
A western Indiana man with HIV is facing 16 charges for allegedly having sex with four women without warning them he had the virus that can cause AIDS.
A former Indianapolis firefighter has sued two drug companies, saying they failed to act on reports that a medication she was prescribed for restless leg syndrome causes compulsive behaviors such as gambling.
A former “Star Wars” movie sequel child actor who faces charges after leading South Carolina deputies on a chase hitting speeds over 100 mph spent part of his childhood in central Indiana.
An EF-0 tornado with winds of about 80 mph touched down Friday afternoon about one mile east-northeast of the Perry County town of Troy.