MD Logistics, a third-party logistics business, plans to invest more than $3.7 million to renovate its current operations in Plainfield, creating up to 50 new jobs.
Police say the boy was taken to a hospital, where he died.
The bill’s author suggests learning cursive will help students read old documents and retain information.
The Universal Education Foundation educates on Islam. Its leader is an immigrant from Pakistan who says Muslims feel safe in Fort Wayne but are worried for the country.
The ruling applies only to out-of-state companies that manufacture “e-liquid” used in vaping devices.
Federal figures show that 2,100 refugees resettled to Indiana during 2016 — about 2 percent of the nationwide total.
The man bought the winning ticket, worth a record-setting $1,239,000 in Muncie and wasted no time in claiming the prize.
Lawmakers are proposing bills to make background checks more routine and reduce the delay between a completed screen and an employee’s start date.
To claim the lowest average, Ohio edged out neighboring Indiana, where the state average for a gallon of regular gas was $2.03.
Prosecutors say 47-year-old Mark Leonard tried to hire a hit man to kill a key witness in the house explosion case while he was in jail.
The measure would create a pilot program allowing some epileptic children to be treated with “hemp oil” derived from cannabis plants.
The food bank’s on-site facility opened last year, and more than 50 school-based pantries have launched in the last three years.
Allen County health commissioner Dr. Deborah McMahan says the slight rise in deaths could be because the current predominant flu strain is often associated with more severe illness.
The project will include adding a security wing and remodeling 24 luxury suites.
Tobacco-Free Blue’s proposal calls for the campus to be completely smoke-free and tobacco-free, including e-cigarettes and all tobacco products.
The city of Huntington plans to add 1.27 miles to the multi-use Erie Rail Trail system, new parking lots, the city’s first dog park, and a youth-inspired BMX course in 2017.
The doctor is already awaiting an April trial in Marion County on charges he traded prescription pills for sex with one of his female patients. His physician’s license is suspended.
Police say they surrounded the home about 40 miles southeast of Indianapolis and tried to get a man inside to come out, but early Friday sent a police robot into the home.
An Indiana organization that battled former Gov. Mike Pence’ attempted ban on Syrian refuges says it’s “deeply troubled” by President Donald Trump’s plan to do the same across the U.S.
The crash occurred on State Road 32 between Anderson and the town of Lapel between a car and a minivan.