The woman told police officers she used a combat knife to kill the children and stab herself because she didn’t want her husband to take the children from her.
The recommendations will be sent to state legislators for revamping the state’s standardized exams now taken by more than 400,000 students a year.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has approved plans for a $400 million development that calls for an 18-story hotel and casino on nearly 166 acres in South Bend that officially on Monday was placed in trust, ending a four-year review process.
Committee members are scheduled to meet Tuesday at the Statehouse to consider a report it will send to lawmakers.
For the first time since undergoing open heart surgery, Mayor Tom Henry is talking about it in an exclusive interview.
The mother was airlifted to an Indianapolis hospital after the fire Nov. 21. Her daughters were killed in the blaze. They were ages 11, 9, 7 and 5.
Republican Attorney General-elect Curtis Hill on Monday announced the selection of Dearborn-Ohio County Prosecutor Aaron Negangard as his chief deputy.
The state had relief from federal accountability requirements last year that allowed them to keep teacher pay and A-F grades from dropping while students got used to the test. The U.S. Department of Education hasn’t given similar protections this year.
The international jobs and economic development trade mission is designed to find potential investors in Indiana’s top sectors, including advanced manufacturing.
The only international flights currently departing from Indianapolis are to Toronto; Cancun, Mexico; and the Dominican Republic.
A state Natural Resources Commission public hearing is set for Tuesday in Portage on changing regulations to permit alcohol sales at the Lake Michigan beachfront pavilion.
Relatives and friends gathered Saturday evening at a Warsaw park, with several people saying prayers and sharing photographs of Adalin Stamper, a little girl who was fatally beaten by her mother’s boyfriend.
Some advocates say the referendums are a sign that Indiana’s schools aren’t being funded adequately and taxpayers are willing to pay more.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources found the man suffering from hypothermia.
The officer pulled over a vehicle for nearly running off the road and traveling in the right shoulder of the I-65 highway when he discovered an Indiana officer was driving the vehicle while intoxicated.
Economists are scheduled to provide updated tax revenue projections.
Some local residents question whether health hazards might outweigh the benefits. A dentist asked during a meeting Monday that the city add fluoride to its water, a process that has not been in use for at least a year.
The Silver Alert had been issued on November 25.
Needle exchanges provide clean syringes to IV drug users to prevent needle-sharing that spreads diseases.
The retired police officer was instrumental in an investigation that led to bribery charges against a northwestern Indiana sheriff, his top deputy and a mayor.