Pastor Ron Johnson of the Indiana Pastors Alliance says GOP Senate leader David Long (R-Fort Wayne) is the “source of the problem.”
The woman died shortly after being taken to a Fort Wayne hospital Monday morning.
Police in Lima, Ohio say Donald Pugh sent them a picture of himself in a sport coat and sunglasses along with a message stating, “Here is a better photo that one is terrible.”
Police said the teen had headed to the bus stop but apparently decided he wasn’t going to school and came back home through a back door.
ATV enthusiasts acknowledge the vehicles can be dangerous if not driven properly, but they say the risks are overstated.
The bill approved Wednesday rolls back a 1994 measure that by default prevented the release of adoption information.
The fear-free movement aims to eliminate things in the vet’s office that bother dogs and cats — like white lab coats, harsh lights and slippery, cold exam tables.
Great Lakes Capital, a South Bend-based community development firm, will build the residential portion of the Ash Skyline Plaza.
Bouquets of fresh flowers and photos of those killed inside on Nov. 13 still adorn the facade of The Carillon.
Mac, an 11-year-old Belgian Malinois, specialized in explosives detection.
General Motors says it will add $4 billion to its stock buyback program and raise its quarterly dividend 6 percent to 38 cents per share.
The Potawatomi Zoo is pushing for a 0.25 percent food and beverage tax across St. Joseph County.
After President Obama’s final State of the Union Address, Republicans criticized his dealings with Iran.
The House government committee voted unanimously Tuesday to advance the bill to the full House for consideration.
The bills are moving quickly through the Legislature then to the Governor Mike Pence’s desk, who says he will sign them into law.
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley seemed to try smoothing some of her party’s more combative edges.
At the heart of Obama’s address to lawmakers and a prime-time television audience was an implicit call to keep Democrats in the White House for a third straight term.
Gov. Mike Pence said he will not support any bill that diminishes the religious freedom of Hoosiers or that interferes with the Constitutional rights of citizens.
The two-part speech focused on where Indiana has been as a state and where Pence would like it to go, including plans for increased government spending.
The I-74 and I-70 crashes occurred about 11 a.m. EST amid snow squalls fueled by winds gusting up to 40 mph.