State highway officials remain confident the latest section of southern Indiana’s Interstate 69 extension will be finished this year even though construction crews still have several miles of concrete to pour.
Brandon Benesh went into cardiac arrest earlier this week and is now in a medically induced coma.
Four North Side High School students participated in this summer’s pilot program, working at Press-Seal Gasket Corporation and Riverside Manufacturing.
Two leading lawmakers on education issues say the Indiana Legislature should look at ways to stem the state’s declining number of new teachers.
The Office of the Dean of Students at Purdue University says the school has received nearly 100 reports under a new program aimed at flagging potentially harmful or strange student behavior.
A mechanical issue shut down the ride. Eight guests, including three children, were stuck on two cars.
Navistar is phasing out operations at its Fort Wayne test track, pulling the last plug out of Fort Wayne.
A wild black bear that’s been roaming far northern Indiana for nearly two months has returned to Indiana after a short trip home to Michigan.
Investigators didn’t find any violations of regulations regarding the disposal of fetal remains at the three facilities that perform abortions in the state.
It comes after a rainy season which forced speed restrictions on several area lakes in northeast Indiana.
A man who owns a piece of Indiana’s short stretch of Lake Michigan shoreline and said he had “complete and exclusive ownership” of its beachfront holds no such right and cannot deny the public access to that space, a judge has found.
More than 225 freshmen currently have “pending” room assignments as the beginning of the fall semester nears.