Indiana law enforcement agencies will get the right to withhold all body and dash cam video recordings from the public under a bill that’s now headed to the governor’s desk.
A manager and a worker he supervised at a Cummins Inc. engine factory in southern Indiana were fatally shot Thursday morning in an apparent murder-suicide, authorities said.
AnyCredit Auto Superstore Inc. in Fort Wayne is accused of not delivering titles to at least 10 customers, misrepresenting the price of a vehicle and failing to perform repairs on a vehicle.
Indiana’s wildlife agency will use the federal funding for land acquisition and projects at state properties.
Lawmakers on Wednesday approved the measure banning such abortions over the objections of many female legislators.
The bill would allow members of the public to take the issue to court if they are denied video.
Senators are nearing a deal on this year’s answer to Indiana’s methamphetamine problem, but it still faces pressure from pharmaceutical lobbyists who oppose restrictions on medicine containing pseudoephedrine.
Indiana Republican leaders have reached a tentative deal to finance improvements to the state’s crumbling roads and bridges that won’t include a tax increase.
According to Attorney General Greg Zoeller, one in three Hoosiers has some cash coming to them and it’s easy to check a state web site to see if you’re one of them.
A swastika was discovered scratched into a bust of a Chinese artist at a University of Indianapolis student center. A swastika and anti-Semitic slur were discovered on a small whiteboard in Heavilon Hall at Purdue University.
Bills still up for discussion are an infrastructure funding plan, an ISTEP elimination measure, rules on police body cam footage and cold medicine regulations.
A passing motorist stopped after seeing the semi on fire and pulled the driver from the cab of the semi after it crashed on I-65 south of Indianapolis Wednesday morning.
The motion filed Tuesday argues the state should be allowed to withhold funding to refugee assistance group Exodus Refugee Immigration.
It’s only Tuesday, but it’s already been a very busy week for FWPD’s Vice and Narcotics Division. They had two drug busts Monday night alone.
The measure would increase the current $1.25 million limit to $1.65 million next year and then to $1.8 million in 2019.
The Kokomo City Council advanced a sexual orientation protection bill Monday night, Carmel, Columbus and Terre Haute already have, and Munster and Evansville will investigate it.
The airline is also expanding to Evansville, Indiana, but flights there will originate in Orlando.
The annual list was released as part of National Consumer Protection Week with unwanted phone calls again topping the list with the IRS impersonation ploy the most popular.
A laptop with names, addresses, Social Security numbers and other confidential information of more than 200,000 patients was reported stolen from the company’s Bloomington office.
Carmel, Columbus and Terre Haute are among cities adopting similar protections since last spring’s uproar over Indiana’s religious objections law.