Obama and Putin’s dueling speeches at a United Nations General Assembly summit served as a public preview of their private meeting late Monday.
After two hours, a man standing on a roof of an AutoZone was apprehended.
Indiana Michigan Power customers should beware of scam artists posing as I&M personnel calling customers and threatening to disconnect their electric service.
The Indiana Department of Transportation wants a local highway contractor to either replace faulty asphalt or pay $5.1 million to replace it.
Seven more companies including electric car maker Tesla Motors could be facing recalls because they use air bag inflators made by Takata Corp., according to letters they received last week from U.S. safety regulators.
An employee at OrthoNortheast who collapsed while out running has prompted the company to start a fundraiser for two AEDs to be purchased and donated.
Government researchers say “deplorably” few college students are warned by doctors about the danger from alcohol and drugs or encouraged to reduce drinking or substance use.
Some 7,200 vehicles are expected at the Luke Bryan concert Wednesday at M & J Farms, 5115 Girard Road in New Haven.
A former prison worker who said she was in “way over” her head when she helped two murderers escape from a maximum-security lockup by providing them with tools was sentenced Monday to up to seven years behind bars.
The man was accused of posting ominous comments about Muncie police on Facebook, including about Muncie Police Chief Steve Stewart. An affidavit says Stamper wrote that he wanted 30 seconds with Stewart with “no cameras.”
Frontier will host on-site interviews on Thursday from 10 a.m. to noon, 2-4 p.m. and 5-7 p.m. at the West Jefferson Boulevard center.
Pope Francis has defended his words of consolation to U.S. bishops over the priest sex abuse scandal but says — for the first time — that those who covered up for abusers are guilty of wrongdoing.