Water damage has ruined thousands of dollars’ worth of books at a public residential high school on Ball State University’s campus.
Indiana now considers the eastern massasauga an endangered species, as do many states where it lives.
In 2013, Gov. Mike Pence attempted to control waivers by advising state department heads to run them through his office.
Harrison wrote while he’s very proud of his two boys — who are both in elementary school — “these trophies will be given back until they EARN a real trophy.”
I-69 will be restricted to one lane to accommodate for bridge joint maintenance over the Norfolk & Southern railroad tracks, just north of the Illinois Road exit.
Police in the Saratoga County town of Stillwater were contacted by a motorist on Saturday who saw the child driving the truck on Route 9P.
The cause of Monday’s explosion, which sounded like a loud thunderclap to people living nearby, was not immediately known.
Police weren’t sure what exactly led to the shooting but said they do know some type of disturbance happened at a different location before it spilled over to the club.
People were playing for purses while helping pets with paws Sunday night.
Officers arrested a man who they believe provided the drugs to the victim who was found dead in his kitchen over the weekend.
The Allen County Right to Life held a first-time family picnic to celebrate a year of changes from the statehouse. The group’s leaders call 2015 a historic year for its movement.
The commerce department says sales this past May and June were near the volume seen during the busy winter holidays.
The Marion County Coroner’s Office said she had been suffocated.
Julian Bond, a leading figure from the 1960s civil rights movement who served as chairman of the NAACP after a long career in politics, died Saturday.
Two large fires in Waterloo at the beginning of the year destroyed an antiques and collectibles shop and a playground.
More than 250 players from 22 states came together in the Summit City this weekend for a regional competition.
Of those, 12 were treated and released, and three were admitted for additional testing and treatment.
For the second year, Brotherhood Mutual is partnering with FWSW to hold its own contest and get employees healthy.