The winning ticket for the Aug. 17 drawing was sold at a Marsh supermarket along 86th Street on the north side of Indianapolis.
The Interstate 69 extension segment between Bloomington and Martinsville has been plagued by delays since work started in 2014 and was originally scheduled for an October 2016 completion.
Current law allows collecting DNA samples from convicted felons but proponents of the measure say moving up collection to the time of arrest could prevent future crimes.
Indiana officials have pushed back by another seven months the deadline for finishing construction on the Interstate 69 extension segment between Bloomington and Martinsville.
The child is believed to be in danger after recently suffering a skull fracture.
An 11-year-old Indiana girl died in an all-terrain vehicle crash in 2015 and her mother has been pushing to change laws on helmets and safety education.
Indiana State Police Sgt. Kim Riley says kayakers found the body Saturday evening in Sugar Creek just west of Crawfordsville.
Indiana’s voucher program, which is one of the nation’s largest, allows parents to use public funds to send their children to non-public schools, including religious ones
Gov. Eric Holcomb says he and his wife, Janet, have been using the Governor’s Residence along North Meridian Street in Indianapolis a few times a week since he took office in early January.
Authorities say the man jumped from a moving van and injured himself when he fell onto the road. Police don’t know why he jumped.
Authorities say an Indianapolis man accused of planning an act of domestic terrorism has been sentenced on unrelated charges.
Four years after it’s creation, 8,200 organizations across the country are using the app.
A Chicago man who spent more than eight years in prison for a wrongful conviction said Friday he’s angry that his name wasn’t cleared by Vice President Mike Pence during his time as Indiana governor.
Gov. Eric Holcomb terminated a tentative deal with an Ohio-based company to lease the state’s cellphone towers, money that was earmarked for major projects to mark last year’s state bicentennial.
At issue is a federal judge’s ruling last month rejecting the state’s latest proposed three-drug execution method, which hasn’t been used in Ohio.
Chromebooks are cheap and easy to manage, making them popular with budget-constrained schools with limited tech-support staff.
School shootings and terrorist acts happen all too frequently, and parents have dealt with a severe recession and may have lost retirement savings. Technology and social media have transformed society, not always in positive ways.
According to the Wells County Prosecutor’s Office, a Bluffton man was found guilty of child molestation and sexual misconduct against two children between 2004 and 2016.
Indiana’s new governor has pardoned a Chicago man whose request languished under then-Gov. Mike Pence despite evidence the man was wrongly convicted of armed robbery.
Indiana’s energy utilities want state lawmakers to pass a law that critics say would muscle out smaller companies from the emerging solar energy market.