Schools can currently drug test teachers “if they have probable cause,” but one Indiana schools superintendent says he anticipates a discussion of policies for drug testing teachers more often.
Ponds in residential neighborhoods can become a “death trap” in the winter due to regular thawing and freezing in Indiana.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement wants to build a 1,240-bed ICE detainee center about 10 miles east of South Bend in Elkhart County.
Nestle says the company has invested more than $800 million in its Anderson facility, which employs 774 and makes Coffee Mate creamer and Boost nutritional drinks.
The operating referendum would raise $92 million annually for eight years to help pay for teacher raises, school building improvements and special education services.
Police said Robert G. Waters was last seen Thursday afternoon in Linton. He may be in extreme danger and require medical attention.
Police previously said 72-year-old Danny C. Campbell may have been in extreme danger and require medical attention.
One state lawmaker wants to make it so many Indiana employers cannot opt out of covering contraceptive care for employees, except for a very specific reason.
State Police Sgt. Kim Riley says that before the “Dr. Phil” talk show aired a segment Wednesday on the killings of 14-year-old Liberty German and 13-year-old Abigail Williams police were only receiving between two and five tips a day about the case.
The Nature Conservancy brought 23 bison to its Kankakee Sands preserve in northwest Indiana in October 2016. The bison have given birth to 10 calves this year.
Retired Indianapolis fertility doctor Dr. Donald Cline told six adults who believed they were his children that he had donated his own sperm about 50 times starting in the 1970s.
The October spill was the second time this year that the company’s Portage plant dumped chromium into Burns Waterway.
An EPA document says the anticipated cleanup cost for two residential zones in East Chicago are expected to increase from the original $22.8 million estimate to a new estimate of $84.9 million.
Police said 71-year-old Ronald L. Debusk was last seen in Kokomo Tuesday morning.
Cold beer sales at Indiana convenience and grocery stores aren’t as likely to be passed by Indiana lawmakers this upcoming session, however.
Muncie Community Schools has made financial progress but a state board found that progress insufficient.
Public opinion polling suggests the general public widely supports allowing convenience and big-box stores to sell cold — and not just warm — beer.
The game will mark the third time Indiana has hosted an NBA All-Star Game.
Holcomb is set to give a speech where he is expected to highlight the need to improve workforce training. The 2018 session kicks off in earnest Jan. 3.
In far northern Indiana, accidents sparked by lake effect snowfall closed the Indiana Toll Road for hours.