“They took my heart and my baby.”
Dispatch received a call about a brown package in a grassy lot.
Changes will only affect outbound traffic. It will not affect inbound traffic patterns currently in place.
Infants are placed on a cooling bed, which, over a 72-hour period, chills the body to 95.9 degrees Fahrenheit, to help control swelling in the brain.
Seventeen- year- old Zach Cooper is one step away from his dream: He’s already qualified for the Olympic trials.
Recently, researchers discovered a protein problem is at least part of the reason the nervous system slowly dies off for people with ALS.
On Saturday, winds that blew at 35 mph or more earlier in the week let up.
Indiana’s track record speaks for itself, task force members and outside experts said.
Investigators determined a SUV turned into the path of a motorcycle.
A plea agreement says prosecutors won’t seek a sentence of more than 12½ years in prison and that Fogle won’t ask for less than five.
An Ivy Tech professor is the director of a group called the Genocide Initiative. It’s an effort to get world leaders to classify the actions of ISIS as a genocide.
The officer was off duty and under the influence of an anti-anxiety drug and a painkiller when his SUV going more than 90 mph when he plowed into the rear of a car.
The state health department says mosquitoes in nearly 30 counties from the Michigan border to the Ohio River have tested positive for the virus this year.
The student made the lucky shot Thursday night during a freshman pep rally for this year’s athletic events at Worthen Arena.
State troopers will work overtime starting Friday through Sept. 7 to conduct sobriety patrols and checkpoints.
A northwest Indiana priest has stepped down from his role as pastor at two churches after the Catholic Diocese of Gary says he was seen naked walking through a school.
Noble County Emergency Management Director Mick Newton said the high E. coli advisory issued by the Noble County Health Officer remains in effect.
The body was about 60 feet from shore in about 3 1/2 feet of water.
A Hartford City man is challenging a new state law that bars certain convicted sex offenders from entering schools because it impedes his ability to vote.
Katie Fogle said her focus now is “exclusively on the well-being of my children.”