The BMV says all branches will resume their regularly scheduled business hours on Tuesday.
Girl Scout troops in central Indiana are on a mission to provide dozens of people with crisp new American flags to replace their tattered versions of Old Glory.
Huertas had qualified on the outside of Row 6 for Dale Coyne Racing for Sunday’s 99th running of the Indy 500.
The high school released a statement Thursday that said the administration stands by their student editors of the yearbook.
Indiana’s health commissioner has approved a one-year needle-exchange program for a rural county at the center of the state’s largest HIV outbreak.
Fort Wayne added about 1,650 residents last year, while South Bend added about 270 residents and Indianapolis gained 5,500.
A ruling rejects the university’s request for a preliminary injunction that would exempt it from requiring its health insurance providers to cover contraceptives costs for students and employees.
Indiana University says President Michael McRobbie has recommended the IU Board of Trustees freeze tuition rates for the next two years for Indiana residents attending the main campus in Bloomington.
Demand for all-weather outdoor furniture made by a Syracuse company has resulted in an expansion of manufacturing capacity and the need for additional workers.
A southern Indiana county at the epicenter of the worst HIV outbreak in Indiana history is seeking state permission to implement a yearlong needle exchange program.
Miami County police say James G. See used his cell phone to call 911 after Tuesday’s accident and told police he had been run over by a tractor.
A mediator says a federal lawsuit has been settled between the city of Lafayette and a man who was shoved by police officer and sent toppling out of his motorized wheelchair in 2013.