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.
A committee supported steps that would shrink teachers unions’ authority while attempting to fix teacher shortage.
The car crashed into a crowd of people at Oklahoma State University’s homecoming parade Saturday, killing four people.
For this principal, it’s more than an open door policy. It’s a no door policy, and no plan to change anytime soon.
The Hoosier State train route was in danger of going out of business before the deal was reached over the summer.
Restaurateur Art Bouvier announced the discount Saturday night on Facebook shortly his Cajun restaurant was robbed.
Members of Bloomington’s Islamic community say a recent attack on a Muslim woman is a sign they still face prejudice and need to educate others about their religion.
Monday’s meeting of an education panel will discuss potential solutions to the state’s 33 percent drop in the number of teaching licenses issued since 2009.
Investigators believe speed was a factor in the crash but it wasn’t immediately clear how it occurred.
A county attorney said the plot was make a bomb threat and as students left the building they would shoot.
Firefighters had just arrived at the scene when the house exploded.
President Barack Obama on Saturday called for capping standardized testing at 2 percent of classroom time and Indiana legislators are set to tackle issues facing education in the state this week.
The survey was sent by email in November to students at the university’s Bloomington campus and asked about experiences, attitudes and perceptions relating to sexual assault.