The announcement came Thursday, two years after the not-for-profit company filed for bankruptcy, and caught loyal customers by surprise.
State law currently bars charters that receive bad marks from taking on new students through the state’s voucher program.
Senators voted 40-9 Thursday in favor of allowing staff members who have permits and can otherwise possess handguns to bring them to work.
A woman died after the driver of the car she was riding in drove over a median on I-65 northbound in Gary Thursday morning and crashed into a southbound vehicle. Two other passengers were hospitalized.
In addition to the reward being raised to $50,000 for information in the deaths of two Indiana girls, the FBI is using billboards across 46 states and in Fort Wayne to help solve the killings.
The current pilot program was created at the behest of former Gov. Mike Pence, now the vice president, over the objection of many skeptics. But Pence shocked advocates when he opted not to seek $80 million in federal preschool funding for the effort.
A Bicycle Master Plan will be unveiled at Ball State University on Wednesday, March 1, where details regarding proposed bike routes and the feasibility of a Muncie-wide bike sharing program will be shown to the public.
David Long of Fort Wayne said an overhaul of the House version of the bill to make the state schools chief an appointed position instead of elected would allow the Senate to take it up again.
The 9-year-old Indiana boy with cerebral palsy was blind and weighed less than 15 pounds.
Lottery officials have not said where in Lafayette the winning $435 million ticket was purchased.
The scam started as calls to businesses but every day more and more people are getting the call.
The bill, which called for Indiana authorities to use “any means necessary” to keep roadways clear during a protest, now states police have a duty to protect the public and keep roads clear.
The bill would drastically overhaul the Indiana 2016 vaping industry law that granted a monopoly to one company and sparked an FBI probe last summer.
49-year-old Wayne Kubsch was twice convicted of three counts of murder and sentenced to death for the brutal killings of his wife, Beth Kubsch, her ex-husband, Rick Milewski, and her 10-year-old son, Aaron Milewski.
The Indiana Court of Appeals this week called 62-year-old Charles Whittington “among the worst of the worst.”
The Jeffersonville Police Department in southern Indiana canceled the alert early Wednesday morning.
The bill would allow those protected by an order of protection to carry handguns without a license. Democrats say it’s designed to erode reasonable firearms restrictions.
The bill would allow the use of cannabidiol oil, which is commonly referred to as CBD. The measure is a far cry from legalizing a comprehensive medical marijuana program.
A teenage girl turned her cellphone on and recorded a man saying “down the hill” before she and a friend were killed along a northern Indiana hiking trail last week, authorities said Wednesday.
Ethan N. Lee of Cayuga was driving recklessly on Jan. 2, 2015, when his pickup truck crashed into an office building in Cayuga.