Investigators said a man was contacting boys on social media, having inappropriate sexual relations, and trading nude photos.
Senator-elect Amanda Banks took the oath of office Tuesday morning to temporarily fill the Senate seat held by her husband while he’s deployed to Afghanistan with the U.S. Navy.
The escaped inmate from the Terre Haute Federal Prison, Michael Ward, was arrested on the University of Illinois campus Monday evening.
The lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Indianapolis contends Franklin County’s nativity scene violates the U.S. Constitution.
The Finance Committee has the largest jurisdiction of any congressional committee, overseeing more than 50 percent of the nation’s budget.
Sixty-two people injured in the 2011 stage collapse at the State Fairgrounds accepted legal settlements from state government.
Someone mistakenly included two boxes of cremated human remains, which had names and dates on them.
The Indiana Commission on Judicial Qualifications asked Monday for the state Supreme Court to suspend Judge Dianna Bennington with pay.
Navistar said Monday that it expected the closure would be completed next summer leaving 180 people without jobs.
More than 100 people gathered for Sunday’s dedication ceremony of the black stone monument near the crash scene a few miles west of Plymouth.
Police in Evansville say a man wearing a fake Santa Claus beard tried to rob a man over the weekend by attacking him with a crowbar.
The wife of an Indiana state senator will be sworn in as his temporary replacement for the upcoming legislative session while he’s on military deployment to Afghanistan.