A basketball championship held at an Indiana middle school was cut short on Thursday after players’ parents started brawling.
Officials from two northwest Indiana counties say their plan lease to lease the Indiana Toll Road would bring in payments of $5 million a year and taxpayers would not be financially liable if revenues do not live up to expectations.
The bills would impose harsher sentences for violent offenders, but opponents question whether the measure will effectively deter criminal activity.
Pence, who is considering a 2016 presidential bid, told conservatives that the next race for the White House would likely center on foreign policy
Indiana plans to take legal action against the city of Kokomo after unresolved compliance issues with its baseball stadium project spurred federal officials to freeze more than $6 million in hazard mitigation grants for the entire state.
Most of the southeastern Indiana cases are linked to people who have been shooting up with a powerful prescription painkiller.
Two women who are alive today because of recent advancements in heart-care technology are sharing their stories in the hopes of spreading awareness and inspiring future improvements
It could be the first state to allow use of the baby boxes on a broad scale to prevent dangerous abandonments of infants if the bill,
The man known as Father Ted was perhaps even more recognized for his work on issues such as civil rights, immigration and Third World development.
Gov. Mike Pence said Thursday he had concerns about a now-defunct bill aimed to increase vaccination rates among Indiana teenagers for the virus blamed for causing most cases of cervical cancer.
Pseudoephedrine is commonly found in cold medicines and is used to make meth, of which Indiana ranked ranked No. 1 in 2013 for having the most meth-related incidents in the U.S.
Not only are the calls annoying, they are illegal.