At least 50 people in Indiana have been targeted in a copyright infringement lawsuit and accused of illegally downloading the Oscar-winning film, “Dallas Buyers Club.”
This summer marks 50 years since Freedom Summer, the summer of 1964 when thousands of people united to fight for civil rights.
A Lafayette man files a federal lawsuit after a police officer pushed him over in a wheelchair.
A Peru man is accused of trying to kill his ex-wife who is a Lafayette resident.
This year’s Indiana State Fair will be serving alcohol for the first time in nearly 70 years.
Monroe County police said they believe foul play was involved and this was more than just a house fire.
Officials are planning an $11 million project to reopen a middle school near Lafayette that’s been closed since it was badly damaged during a severe storm nearly eight months ago.
The exhibit focuses exclusively on Indiana-related, Native American artifacts.
The driver of the INDOT dump truck was not injured but he was cited for failing to yield the right of way.
The board voted 7-3 on one measure establishing a committee to review Ritz’s ability to set the board’s agenda.
Allegheny Technologies Inc. had planned to shutter the ATI Casting Service plant in LaPorte by the end of June after unsuccessfully trying to sell it.
Investigators determined Bennett’s actions violated the Indiana Department of Education’s ethics rules.
Experts said West Nile virus has been found throughout the entire state in past years, and positive mosquitoes are expected to be found in many other Indiana counties as the summer progresses.
Members of the State Board of Education voted seven to three to strip the Superintendent of her procedural meeting powers.
Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry said his office has not yet decided whether to pursue the death penalty.
Gov. Pence’s office is telling state agencies act as if no gay marriages had been performed during three days following a federal court order.
Crews in a northern Indiana city are spending full days clearing downed trees and other debris more than a week after a strong storm hit the area.
Authorities say Westerfield was found fatally shot inside his patrol car early Sunday — the day he turned 47 years old.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has declared this week an official period of mourning after the loss of three law enforcement officers in the line of duty over eight days.
The dozen campuses that for-profit education company Corinthian Colleges Inc. is closing operate under the Everest name and are scattered in 11 different states, including one in Indiana.