At some point during a chase, a suspect tried to run over officers, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.
Moves are afoot to end the five-year statute of limitations on bringing rape charges in Indiana.
Despite mixed reviews, Downtown Indy said they’ve already started the countdown clock for next year’s event. They said they hope to have even more sponsors aboard to expand the celebrations.
The DNR says discarding of a Christmas tree on a private pond is at the owner’s discretion, but state laws require a license from the DNR to construct or place a fish attractor in a public freshwater lake.
Five people over the age of 65 have died from the flu in Indiana so far this season and in Allen County four possible flu deaths are being investigated.
Holiday World officials say job openings include for ride operators, lifeguards, grounds crew and staffers for admissions, games and food stands.
The Indiana Attorney General unveiled a comprehensive legislative proposal aimed at curbing the growing use of e-cigarettes by Indiana’s youth.
Even as same-sex marriage edges closer to becoming legal nationwide, gay rights advocates face other challenges in 2015 that may not bring quick victories.
The Markleville Town Council voted 2-1 Monday to terminate the chief’s contract at midnight on Wednesday.
Police in Lafayette said the woman’s dead body was found with her pants pulled down.
When one of the officers arrived, he saw flames coming out the windows and the front door, and he could hear a man screaming for help.
A Megabus carrying 67 passengers was taken out of service Wednesday after an Indiana trooper spotted it leaning to one side.