Officials said there is a chance of a natural gas leak, but the cause of the explosion is still undetermined.
School officials say the money would go toward utility, vocational costs and special education costs.
Daylight Saving Time comes to a close this weekend and while some are looking forward to an extra hour of sleep, others will take advantage of bars staying open an hour later.
Authorities are working to find out whoever has caused about 20 false fire alarms at night or in the early morning hours recently in the 500-student Read Hall.
Certain police, fire and emergency medical workers killed on duty are eligible for the $150,000 benefit.
The Bureau of Motor Vehicles says license branches will be open Monday and for longer hours on Tuesday to give voters more time to get official identification they’ll need at the polls.
A Florida woman says she made recordings of former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle talking about sexual encounters he had with children.
Police are looking for a suspect in a shooting at an Indianapolis mall that left three people hurt.
Russell, a literacy specialist at Haverhill Elementary School, was named Indiana’s 2016 Teacher of the Year earlier this month.
The public health policy committee considered a slew of proposals including tightening the penalties for drug-related crimes.
The Indiana State Department of Health reported the death Wednesday morning. Overall, flu activity is said to be minimal
Pence said A-F letter grades should “fairly reflect the efforts of our students and teachers.”
A semitrailer dumped a tropical mess as it overturned while carrying 40,000 pounds of mangoes on a highway near downtown Indianapolis.
Local political expert Andy Downs analyzed the Fort Wayne mayoral debate Tuesday, saying the evening offered a chance for voters to learn more about each candidate’s personality and plans for the position.
The widow of Morgan County Deputy Dan Starnes and other law enforcement officials urged Attorney General Greg Zoeller to appeal.
The jobs will pay at least $9.00 an hour and the company claims seasonal workers often end up becoming full-time employees.
The lawsuit seeks a $6 million wire transfer from the city for deposit in an escrow account of electric car-sharing service BlueIndy.
Money was discovered missing by a Drug Task Force officer on Sept. 25 and two other officers also have since reported missing funds.