A new study shows that “breed is a poor sole predictor of dog bites.”
The inmate testified he forget he was holding a knife when he was temporarily blinded by mace a guard sprayed on him as the pair were fighting in the recreation area.
Clark County Health Department administrator Mike Meyer said Friday the 48 positive skin tests for the bacterial disease don’t mean those students have diagnosed TB cases.
Officials say it’s too soon to seek state permission for a needle-exchange program.
Sarah McLevish survived being swept over the dam and getting trapped. Two of her friends died trying to save her.
A candlelight vigil 200 people strong lit up the spot where the Indianapolis senior died in a car crash.
Crews gave the 15-year-old feline oxygen therapy with a “Project Breathe Mask.”
Investigators in Indianapolis have searched a landfill as well as a field on the east side of the city throughout the week hoping to find the 3-month-old.
Pence visited U.S. Steel’s plant in Gary amid hundreds of layoffs, telling workers that the state is committed to helping the industry grow.
The 163 confirmed cases and three preliminary positive cases are up from a total of 163 cases last week.
Mark Leonard’s trial was moved to South Bend because of the pre-trial publicity in Indianapolis and Marion County.
Following the game, fans will be invited to shoot “Layups for Lauren.”
Investigators believe the driver hit the accelerator instead of the break when he pulled into the parking lot.
Potawatomi Zoo executive director Marcy Dean says the cubs are the only ones born in North America this year.
She spoke for the first time since discretely announcing her candidacy on a letterhead Wednesday.
A letter from Gov. Mike Pence welcoming visitors to next week’s Circle City IN Pride Festival is drawing criticism because it never mentions the festival that’s expected to draw tens of thousands of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and others to Indianapolis.
The Democrat said in an email to supporters that he’ll file paperwork Wednesday to begin his Senate campaign. Hill says in that message that he’s running “because working people across Indiana need a fighter” who’s on their side.
City Council members in Greenwood voted 6-2 this week to add e-cigarettes to the city’s smoking ban. The ban prohibits smoking in places such as restaurants, building entryways and parks, but not bars.
Leaders at Fort Wayne International Airport said they talk to TSA several times a day, but the agency’s changes haven’t been communicated yet.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit rejected challenges from states, including Indiana, that claimed the agency was being too strict in determining which areas satisfied federal ozone restrictions.