An officer responding to robbery shot and killed one person during a confrontation.
An unidentified woman was found dead of an apparent gunshot wound on Saturday morning. An unidentified man was found dead later in the afternoon at another location.
Cemetery mischief is a misdemeanor unless damages are $2,500 or more, when it becomes a felony punishable by a sentence of six months to 2½ years.
Jamie Hyneman graduated from Indiana University in 1981 with a degree in Russian linguistics.
The finding by the jury Friday means 17-year-old Tyre Bradbury faces a base sentence of at least 90 years in prison when he is sentenced on April 26.
Police say 37-year-old David A. Thiering Jr. exploded two devices outside of a police department and a judge’s home.
The National Weather Service said the tornado was only on the ground for about 50 yards – enough, though, to damage a trucking company near Lafayette.
University spokesman Paul Browne says Notre Dame has never revoked an honorary degree and doesn’t plan to do so for Cosby alone.
IDEM is offering Indiana residents free testing of their private wells as part of a push to document the state’s ground water quality.
Women, and some men, are using Facebook to troll Gov. Pence about the state’s new abortion law.
635 students and staff were tested in February after water tests in November showed elevated lead levels in drinking water from a classroom’s sink at Eastern High School.
The Michigan City officers wrongly eavesdropped on conversations between an accused killer and his defense attorney.
Eco-Pak has been fined nearly $130,000 for more than 20 violations at its facility in the Delaware County town of Selma.
Under the program, students must demonstrate expertise in eight broad competencies.
U.S. Reps. Marlin Stutzman and Todd Young are in the race to fill the seat of retiring Republican Sen. Dan Coats.
The backing of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce adds establishment heft to GOP Rep. Todd Young’s primary battle with tea party-backed U.S. Rep. Marlin Stutzman.
A central Indiana pastor has admitted to using his congregation as a virtual employment agency for a large synthetic drug operation.
Opponents are threatening legal action to reverse it, saying it leads to unfair competition and violates Indiana’s constitution.
The 132-year-old depot was moved closer to the Amtrak platform to accept passengers as part of a major rehabilitation of the state’s third-most popular station.
The documentary film tells the story of a home in Tipton County once owned by President Obama’s ancestors.