Professional violinist Kristine Papillon, member of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, wrote “Crumpet The Trumpet” to help her child fall asleep at night.
The first wintry storm of the season blanketed some places in a foot of snow. Chicago O’Hare has seen 4 inches as of early Saturday morning, during a busy travel weekend.
Northeast Indiana is preparing for its first winter storm of the season this weekend.
Lana Keesling sent a letter to the State Board of Accounts requesting an audit of the last 5 years.
Sixty-one mayors signed the open letter, which urges Congress to recognize the importance of continuing to welcome refugees into the country and cities.
The aerial inspections of transmission lines are part of I&M’s ongoing program to maintain the reliability of the electric transmission system.
A $10,000 check was presented to Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana on Friday, proceeds drawn from the popular May dragon boat races and the accompanying Riverpalooza event.
About $364,000 of the $637,842 settlement will go to the plaintiffs, with payments to plaintiffs ranging from $200 to $1,000.
Thablay Too of Burma lived in a refugee camp for nearly a decade before she was able to immigrate to the United States.
Stigma and a confusing health care system keep a lot of people from getting the mental health care they need.
Southbound lanes at the 315 mile marker were initially closed after the crashed.
It is part of the “Best of Indiana” awards presented by Visit Indiana.
One student was on the bus at the time of the crash that happened around 4 p.m. Thursday at the intersection of Vance Avenue and Hobson Road.
The program at the Canterbury Lower School was put on by Canterbury alum Cynde McInnis, who today is a naturalist at Cape Ann Whale Watch in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
The Commission on Improving the Status of Children in Indiana said the “baby boxes” that temporarily shelter babies and immediately notify emergency personnel are costly and create a potential liability.
Viewers sent in striking images of the Nov. 18 evening sky that wowed throughout northeast Indiana.
Yoder serves Senate District 12 which makes up portions of Elkhart and Kosciusko counties.
The Office of Diversity posts a new topic on its walls every week for students to comment on.