The release said drug officers investigated the case for two weeks leading up to the arrests.
A second man is in custody for allegedly making off with a bag containing $150,000 in cash that was mistakenly left behind by ATM workers in New Jersey.
Police outnumbered protesters along West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson on Tuesday night, signaling the demonstrations around the anniversary of Michael Brown’s death could be starting to fade.
On Tuesday evening, Nik Wallenda crossed a 1,576-foot wire that was strung more than 10 stories above the Milwaukee Mile Speedway at the Wisconsin State Fair.
Interstate 469 was closed for more than two hours near Stellhorn Road early Wednesday.
NACS Superintendent Chris Himsel and SACS Superintendent Dr. Philip Downs talk about what’s happening for 2015-2016.
The incident knocked out power to more than 1,600 I&M customers in New Haven Wednesday morning.
Summer rain has shut down many activities at the lake for weeks, but some of those areas have finally opened.
Local troopers and a Kendallville Detective were honored for their roles assisting the United States Postal Service in a ceremony in Fort Wayne today.
Leaders with the Indiana State Police said they don’t plan on issuing body cameras anytime soon. The cost is only part of the reason.
Representative Cindy Gamrat started the Huntington TEA Party around 2009, but it’s not her work in Indiana that has everybody talking.
The girl has long suffered from seizures caused by a severe form of epilepsy, and her parents have turned to medical marijuana as a treatment.
Police say the 18-month-old crowd favorite was abducted Monday from Skopje Zoo by captors who cut nets at a zoo enclosure.
Express MVA calls Indiana Gov. Mike Pence’s move to cancel its contract with the Bureau of Motor Vehicles “discriminatory action” that’s “unjustified and wrong.”
Franke Park Elementary at Mildred Avenue and Sherman Boulevard saw three times its usual car riders as parents waited for more than a half-hour.
A large water main break appears to be to blam though water officials in Central Falls said the cause of the break is unknown.
One northbound lane was left open to traffic and the northbound ramp to the Interstate from U.S. 30 was closed.
Despite only a 60 day break, the district’s shortest summer ever, and a year full of new policies ahead, students and staff said they’re ready to be back.