The department says it chose cities that have higher-than-average rates of violence and showed receptiveness to receiving assistance.
Police say the woman was driving an SUV on I-465 in Indianapolis when a wheel came off a pickup in the opposite lanes, bounced across the median and hit her windshield.
Indiana’s attorney general is warning about an online scam that aims to trick people into believing they can receive payments through the state’s settlement with the tobacco industry.
Back in November, the town of South Whitley signed an agreement with Lutheran to add an ambulance and dispatch it through the Sheriff’s Department. County commissioners have road blocked it.
The appeals court says there are unanswered questions about the railroad’s duty to prevent injuries to a woman who lost both legs after she was run over by a freight train.
Make Music Day is an international day of making, playing and sharing music. Artists will perform all day throughout the world including local artists in Fort Wayne.
Rolls-Royce, Purdue University and the state of Indiana will combine to develop next-generation jet engine components.
The 1-acre sports park is to open Saturday and will include slides, towers, jumping platforms and bridges.
The school in Bloomington says in its admissions brochure that it reserves the right to deny admission to LGBT students because their lifestyle is prohibited by the Bible.
The suspect wired $250 to an Islamic State operative in January 2016 and told an undercover informant he was interested in traveling to commit violence overseas.
The former Canton police officer was sentenced to life in prison in 2008 for the murder of his girlfriend and their unborn daughter.
The supplies are purchased with money from private donations, not state or federal funds.
A Fort Wayne woman was third runner-up in the competition won by a Pittsboro teen.
The school says the We-YouBond program lets incoming students from China and their parents sign up for one-on-one coaching with an experienced student.
A central Indiana church says 11 children who were hurt in a van crash are recovering from their injuries.
Bill Law wanted to honor his veteran dad. So he began the months long process to get move his father’s final resting place to Arlington National Cemetery.
On Friday, his newly formed political action committee hosted the fundraising event at a downtown Indianapolis hotel. “Happy to have him back,” Brownsburg resident Tim Rushenberg said. “I think he did a great job as governor, and I think he’s doing a fantastic job as vice president.”
Police say the targeted pickup truck displayed an American flag and one reading, “Make America Great Again,” the slogan adopted by President Donald Trump.
Several days of temperatures in the upper 80s to lower 90s caused the buckling of concrete panels on a portion of Indiana 331 near Mishawaka.
Indiana’s labor force decreased by 2,062 over the previous month, with an 8,946 increase in employment and an 11,008 decrease in unemployment.