The Puna region, home to about 40,000 people, has spent a day and a half without electricity as Hurricane Julio lingered hundreds of miles off the coast.
More than 11,000 residents have received help through the grants since 2010.
Two vehicles collided sending multiple people to the hospital when one of the drivers ran a stop sign Saturday evening.
The Indiana Department of Transportation sued the county after commissioners revised the ordinance in June to limit I-69 construction noise.
If you could jump on a flight to an unknown destination at 5 a.m. tomorrow, would you do it?
Indiana’s first statewide assessment of bullying at its public schools found more than 9,000 incidents of bullying at those schools during the 2013-14 school year.
Here is a breakdown of the major soybean-growing states, their 2013 production in bushels and where the bulk of their crops are transported to.
Some riders aren’t checking the bike in every 30 minutes as required, and that has led to overage charges as high as $150.
IBM won a $1.4 billion contract after Daniels signed off on privatization in 2006, but the state canceled the contract in 2009 because of complaints.
A man was target shooting Friday with his son when he was injured in a barrel blowout incident.
A judge ruled college sports’ largest governing body can’t stop college football and basketball players from selling the rights to their names and likenesses.
The Indiana State Fair continues on Saturday and visitors can find some athletes hard at work.
Before he shot his wife and two others, Israel Rogel, had a domestic battery, operating while intoxicated and dealing cocaine charge in his past.
Dispatchers received a call that a female was being followed and getting shot at near East 30th Street and North Gale Street.
IU also wants to boost its name recognition outside the Midwest.
Revenue projections indicate the department will need to make cuts or find a new funding source if it’s to stay in the black next year.
A report calls for Indiana to assign a single, state-level entity to lead the way for assessing its future water needs and how best to manage them.
An Evansville city councilwoman is blaming her ongoing struggle with alcoholism for expletive-filled exchanges she’s had with other council members and her former campaign chairman.
The Department of Public Safety in Indianapolis has issued a tribute newsletter for Officer Perry Renn.
Marion County Sheriff John Layton is under fire again for releasing jail inmates by mistake. Layton’s opponent in the November election, Republican Emmitt Carney, says the sheriff, who is a Democrat, is incompetent.