The Indiana State Department of Health says that as of Friday, the state had one confirmed human case of West Nile in Marion County.
Indiana hunters donated more than 1,300 deer to charity groups to feed the hungry during the 2015-2016 season.
Police found marijuana and cash, then items associated with packaging and distribution of cocaine.
Indiana Michigan Power states about 2,200 lost power overnight. By 1:30 p.m., less than 400 were still left without power.
The joint effort that began Sunday and runs through Saturday involves state troopers from Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Two concerned Fort Wayne residents gather almost 50 community members to discuss violence and the city and create solutions.
She defeated 16 other contestants at a scholarship pageant at Carroll High School.
Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich rebuffed a request by the head of the Cleveland police union to suspend that law during the convention, saying he doesn’t have the authority to “arbitrarily” alter laws and constitutional rights.
Gavin Eugene Long, whose last known address was in Kansas City, Missouri, carried out the attack on his 29th birthday.
The church – who welcomes all people and all faiths, is looking for a permanent building.
This week’s edition of the Bicentennial Minute takes a look at the legacy of Native Americans in Indiana.
The post on the police department’s Facebook page tags the names of the more than 500 fugitives on the department’s wanted persons roundup.
President Barack Obama said Sunday the attacks on public servants and the rule of law “have to stop,” after a second shooting spree targeting police officers in less than two weeks killed three officers in Baton Rouge.
A 59-year-old man who authorities say drove a rented car from Arizona to a rural Nevada town and detonated two bombs at the house of former co-workers shot himself dead before the blasts erupted.
The changes are being discussed after the district received complaints about teachers and employees with piercings, tattoos, stilettos and revealing necklines.
The latest statistics show a more than 25 percent increase from the 49 child deaths in Indiana in fiscal year 2013.
Three officers are confirmed dead and three others wounded after a shooting in Baton Rouge.
Kristy Cambron is a Hoosier author celebrating her third book.
Soarin’ Hawk Raptor Rehabilitation mission is a not for profit service established to serve northeast Indiana’s injured or orphaned birds of prey.
Pride Fest is Friday July 22 through Saturday July 23 at Headwaters Park.