Warsaw Police Lt. Paul Heaton was responsible for recording former Kosciusko County Sheriff Aaron Rovenstine intimidating him, a recording that ultimately led to the removal of the sheriff from office.
53-year-old Kenneth Alan Baker walked into the C-V-S this afternoon with a handgun around 2 p.m. Thursday.
A drug dealer has confessed to selling four young men marijuana before killing them and burning their bodies at his family’s farm, a person with firsthand knowledge of his confession said Thursday.
Chuck Surack in his resignation letter said recent actions taken by Lutheran’s parent company are not in the best interest of the community. NewsChannel 15 has also learned Tom Kelley has submitted his resignation.
SWAT teams were called to the 2800 block of Southway Drive on Fort Wayne’s north side early Thursday evening.
Indiana will add 122 miles of lanes, fix almost 1,300 bridges, and fix potholes by resurfacing nearly 10,000 miles of roads.
The 82-foot blue whale named Hope replaced the much-loved Dippy, a dinosaur cast in plaster that graced the entryway for decades.
The increase is projected to be just 2.2 percent, or about $28 a month for the average recipient.
Deister Machine Co. bought the old Sports and Spirits bar, which has been closed since a 2016 shooting where three men were killed.
The 172-page legislation, the Senate GOP’s plan for rolling back much of President Barack Obama’s health care law, faces a do-or-die vote next week on which the Senate Republican leader has no margin for error.
Recent algae formations in western Lake Erie have taken shape in late July and grown bigger in early August. A similar pattern is expected this year.
The report details how two intertwining epidemics — prescription painkillers and heroin — led to the worst addiction crisis in U.S. history.
Despite Trump’s claims that Mexico will pay for the wall, the $1.6 billion down payment will be added to the government’s almost $20 trillion debt.
The boy was struck by a bullet that was likely fired into the sky by someone nearby on July 1. He later died at a Chicago hospital.
The Bartholomew County sheriff’s department says a church near Columbus had broken exterior flood lights and a shattered window. Another church near Columbus was set on fire over the weekend.
Authorities say a 17-year-old driver was speeding on a county road when her car went out of control and crashed into the living room of a rural central Indiana home, killing two young sisters who were inside.
In Indiana, seven federal criminal investigations uncovered more than $1 million in Medicaid fraud in the the largest healthcare fraud take-down in national history.
The Republican governor made the comment at a news conference Thursday morning, unveiling his Next Level Road Plan which involves the spending of about $4.7 billion over the next five years.
Records show the company participates in a Mexican government program that allows companies to avoid some taxes and import duties on goods they manufacture in the country.
The Indiana State Department of Health will offer attendees more than $2,000 worth of free screenings during the health fair that opens Thursday in conjunction with Indiana Black Expo’s Summer Celebration. Admission is free.