When emergency personnel arrived about 4:30 a.m., the train was stopped and the man was pronounced dead at the scene.
Workshops at the conference will include sessions on restoring historic glass and plaster walls and uses for historical school buildings.
The Indiana State Board of Education eliminated cursive as a requirement for student instruction in 2011 in favor of keyboard proficiency.
Two flags from an Army regiment that trained in Richmond during the Civil War have returned home for the 150th anniversary of the war’s end.
Police say 23-year-old Samantha Fleming and her daughter Serenity went missing April 6.
A western Indiana man charged with murder after his DNA matched evidence in a long-unsolved killing has been convicted in the 1979 slaying of a 20-year-old woman.
Indiana could be in play in next year’s Republican presidential race despite its late primary.
A 71-year-old man was doing farm work in Whitley County when he was ran over by his John Deere tractor.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that Indiana had just 1.7 days from March 31 through April 4 that were suitable for field work.
They also live six minutes from each other in Youngstown, Ohio.
Nearly 100 students got all dressed up for ‘senior prom,’ a night the seniors look forward to just as much as the students.
In December, an 18-month-old was brought to a hospital with a severe head injury. Doctors say the child may never fully recover.
A needle exchange program was established in the county following an outbreak where there are now 120 confirmed cases of HIV.
In addition to the 25 fugitives arrested in Fort Wayne, U.S. Marshals nabbed 70 people in southern Indiana.
State lawmakers at Friday’s Noble County Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinner said Indiana has already shown it’s not the state that received national scrutiny over RFRA.
Fort Wayne and Allen County police helped the marshals grab 25 fugitives in Fort Wayne.
Indiana prosecutors filed a request Friday seeking the death penalty against a man charged in the slayings of two women and suspected in the deaths of five others in Gary.
Indiana health officials said there are 12 cases in northwest Indiana while Chicago has more than 1,000 dogs affected.