Items bound for the Space Station include a medal named after alumnus Neil Armstrong, two mechanical engineering photos and a Zucrow Laboratories scroll banner.
State Rep. Ed DeLaney says “every step of the way we blew it” and that he’ll propose legislation banning large ammunition clips and “automatic military-type” weapons in response to the arrest of James Wesley Howell.
Police say the mother gave food and clothing to the two men.
More and more Burmese refugees continue to come to America. Fort Wayne specifically is in the top two most populated cities.
Indiana Michigan Power Co. reported nearly 15,000 customers without service in its Indiana service territory late Monday afternoon, nearly all of them in South Bend and St. Joseph County.
The law requires any company that wants to sell the liquid in Indiana to be certified by a security company by June 30.
Authorities say the doctor forged prescriptions that were used to acquire narcotic painkillers and other drugs.
The parade’s organizing committee says in a news release that it made the decision because of safety concerns for children who tend to run into the street to collect the candy.
It’s being called the largest operation in the history of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.
The medical condition kills more than 258,000 people in the U.S. each year.
Brianna DeCamp and Jordan Axel competed in the Miss Indiana Scholarship Pageant Saturday night.
He said Indiana “cannot stand” to have him as governor for four more years.
The Madison County Jail in Anderson is so overcrowded 40 inmates sleep on its floor every night, while temperatures in its cellblocks hover in the mid-80s due to a faulty air conditioner.
A review of surveillance video showed the men escaping through a hole Friday night.
The server who was given the award was asked to turn around in front of other employees so they could take photos.
The air conditioning giant has planned to cut 1,400 manufacturing jobs over the next three years and move the production facility to Mexico.
The cats lived in deplorable conditions in a home littered with trash and feces.
The Indiana Attorney General’s lawsuit claims the company called thousands of residents on the Do Not Call list.
The project is expected to include new athlete treatment and academic support facilities, among other things.
The Monroe County redevelopment commission said it started preparing for GE to pull out of the area years ago.