Police cracking down on speeding in work zones

A U.S. Transportation Department study found speeding is a factor in more than one-third of work-zone fatalities. Last year, work zone crashes killed 13 people in Indiana, up from eight the year before.

Man arrested after police chase, stolen gun found

Officials pursued the Monte Carlo and that is when Bose accelerated to a high rate of speed (more than 100 mph) attempting to avoid law enforcement. Deputies also say he tried to ram into their vehicle.

Northern Indiana city designated dark sky site

The International Dark-Sky Association in Tucson, Arizona, has announced that Beverly Shores is the seventh community in the world to be recognized as an International Dark Sky Community.

Silver Alert issued for Hancock Co. man

Jody Eugene Scroggins, 56, spoke with family members late Monday night. When family went to his home Tuesday morning, they found his front door open. His personal items were left in the home.

State police on the lookout for hot trucks

It’s a problem Indiana State Police have been cracking down on for the last several years. Troopers are looking for trucks traveling up and down Interstate 65 with food spoiling in the back.