The lawsuit filed Tuesday against two employees of the Indiana Packers Corp. claims the company’s human resources staff doesn’t check previous employment when hiring applicants for low-paying production jobs despite evidence they’re using fake Social Security numbers and identification cards.
The file contains multiple edits and drafts of the report, including the final version, which was ultimately submitted by consultants hired by the state Board of Education but not yet released to the public.
The replica of the Grouseland Rifle, a gun made before Indiana became a state by a contemporary of William Henry Harrison, will be unveiled Saturday in Noblesville.
A man wanted in connection with the fatal shootings of his niece and her young son in suburban Indianapolis killed himself Wednesday afternoon at a downtown Indianapolis hotel, police said.
A proposed change to the bill would require agencies to justify keeping video private because it might harm someone or influence a court trial.
The 24 turnstiles used to mark attendance at basketball games and other events are being auctioned through the Indiana University Surplus Stores.
The former Park Tudor School basketball coach had sought to live with his parents while awaiting trial on charges he enticed a 15-year-old girl into a sexual relationship.
Opponents of a bill to mandate tougher sentences for some convicted drug dealers say it’s too early to change Indiana’s criminal code since a major overhaul took effect only two years ago.
A woman has accused the university’s deputy Title IX coordinator of sexually assaulting her at a conference in Fort Worth, Texas.
Programming also will focus on cyberbullying and radicalization by terrorists and criminal extremists.
In addition to helping hundreds of traditional students, the Questa Foundation also makes higher education a reality for many non-traditional students.
The proposal would reverse current law that seals adoption information between 1941 and 1994 that doesn’t have a disclosure consent form.
Gov. Mike Pence ordered the Indiana Economic Development Corporation to review the incentive contracts previously offered to Carrier and United Technologies to recover taxpayer investments.
The Indiana Senator is doubtful, though. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said the next president should nominate someone and he’s been supported largely by his party’s White House candidates.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly says Carrier is trying to sell its products to Americans but is unwilling to pay Indiana workers.
Police were investigating Jamie Newman, a part-time Purdue accompanist and composer, after he allegedly threatened to rape someone’s wife, daughter and great-grandmother.
The bill due to be discussed Monday already passed the House. It would restrict the state from enacting environmental rules that are tougher than federal laws.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s grants for 41 Indiana communities will allow housing authorities to replace roofs, replace old plumbing and electrical systems and make other improvements to aging housing.
Those who are accepted will be paid $11.30 an hour and will work for one of 27 state agencies.
The number of homicide deaths among those 19 and younger jumped from 35 in 2012 to 65 in 2013.