The Indiana winner of a $435.3 million Powerball jackpot has chosen to remain anonymous after coming forward to claim the 10th largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history.
Hotel surveillance video appears to show someone inside a car in a parking lot stop, grab the dog and drive away.
A Gary woman lost control of her car on an interstate in northwest Indiana Monday morning and Indiana State Police believe the crash is proof seatbelts and airbags save lives.
The bills would allow domestic violence victims could separate their phone plan from an abuser and include pets in protective orders.
The victim was traveling in a caravan of families to a club basketball tourney on Saturday when he stopped because of tire trouble.
Indiana’s January jobless mark remained the same as December’s rate and was at least a percentage point lower than any of the surrounding states.
The ticket for the 10th largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history was sold at a convenience store in Lafayette.
Indianapolis police searched the building on the city’s north side and eventually issued an all-clear after nothing suspicious was found.
The 10-year-old child has autism and went missing Sunday afternoon from a home in Jay County.
A new environmental group has formed to protect southern Indiana’s Lake Monroe and its watershed after discoveries of littering and low water quality.
No campuses in Indiana have declared themselves sanctuaries, but several have faced pressure from students and faculty.
A wintertime rule that prevents utilities from cutting the power to low-income customers who don’t pay their bill is set to end for the year.
David Capp became the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Indiana in 2010.
Authorities say the former treasurer of an Indiana volunteer fire department stole more than $80,000 from the department and used it pay bills and buy items at local stores.
The Indiana Historical Bureau says white men carried out the murders about eight miles from Pendleton. They killed men, women and children living at a winter camp.
Those who are enrolled in school and earned less than $64,000 last year could qualify for a free electronic tax filing program.
A central Indiana man has been convicted of killing his 6-month-old daughter by throwing her, inflicting a skull fracture on the child.
The winning ticket for that jackpot was sold at a convenience store in the city of Lafayette.
Investigators say a woman admitted to assaulting her mother with a fire extinguisher at a Mishawaka home.
The survivor was subjected to inhumane medical experiments under a Nazi doctor before her liberation in 1945.