Voters in Indiana will now have to individually select each candidate they wish to elect for at-large county council and town council seats.
Democrat John Gregg, Republican Lt. Governor Eric Holcomb, and Libertarian Rex Bell will answer questions on state infrastructure, education, crime and other minority issues in Indiana.
Ohio’s medical board met Wednesday for the first time since the new medical marijuana law took effect and says it plans to study laws and practices in other states before drafting Ohio’s regulations.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana filed the lawsuit Thursday in federal court on behalf of Mycal L. Ashby against the Warrick County School Corporation.
The college chain is shutting down all 130 of its U.S. campuses. The move affects more than 35,000 students and more than 8,000 jobs.
Authorities say a boy was injured when a metal pole with lights broke on a ride at an Indianapolis-area festival and struck him.
More than 1,000 students and nearly 700 workers in Indiana as well as thousands more nationwide by ITT’s closure.
Police said the suspect began harassing a successful applicant because he was chosen over him for a basketball coaching position and teaching job at the Springs Valley School Corp. in French Lick.
Federal documents state that Akram Musleh of Brownsburg repeatedly tried to purchase flights overseas, expressed his interest to be in an ISIL propaganda video and purchases an ISIL flag.
Alex Rostron, a senior at Plymouth High School, is fighting his way back after a serious car accident. When he went down during a high school race, Bremen senior Hudson Thornton, training for the Navy through high school distance running, helped him.
Bovine TB was diagnosed in a deer in southeastern Indiana’s Franklin County in August, marking the first time the animal disease was found in the wild in Indiana.
After the November Paris attacks, Governor Mike Pence said he didn’t believe the federal government was adequately screening refugees from war-torn Syria.
Deputy Carl Koontz seized the money during a traffic stop March 19 hours before he was fatally wounded.
An attorney for ESPN told Indiana’s highest court that the University of Notre Dame’s police department should release records the network is seeking because the powers its officers exercise make it subject to state public records laws.
The party at the Indiana National Guard Armory that involved Indiana State University’s Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity included at least 30 shots fired, two people injured and one arrest.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner said last year he wanted to “rip the economic guts out of Indiana.”
It’ll be the third consecutive year in which most corn farmers will spend more than they’ll earn.
The woman was electrocuted just after going to clear water from the basement. An electrical charge may have come from a box fan found near the woman.
Purdue’s announcement comes after Indiana University reported a record mark of some 43,200 students enrolled at its Bloomington campus for the fall semester.
The victims of quadruple homicide were successful participants in local program aimed at helping them get back on their feet.