The annual report from the Department of Health and Human Services tallied 427,910 children in the foster care system as of September 30, 2015, up from about 414,429 a year earlier.
The Better Business Bureau is warning against a foreign website that links people’s personal information to a vehicle’s VIN.
The Allen County Health Department gave us a first hand look at the opioid crisis in Allen County.
The Indiana Kid’s Election, for students in grades 6-12, aims to get kids excited about the voting process.
Investigators have determined what caused an explosion that leveled a home in Kosciusko County back in August that killed a woman.
State agencies have offered driving, costume, and trick-or-treating tips to keep your children safe this Halloween.
The operation to push out about 200 people protesting the four-state, $3.8 billion pipeline began a day after they had refused to leave voluntarily.
First administered in 1950, the competition is designed to increase interest in mathematics and develop problem-solving ability.
The Department of Transportation recently announced that deaths spiked 10.4 percent in the first six months of this year. That followed a 7.2 percent increase in 2015 after years of declining deaths.
Defense attorneys rushing to stop Ohio’s first execution in three years say the state’s new lethal injection system is akin to burning inmates at the stake or burying them alive.
As states try to enforce ballot selfie bans at the voting booth, the issue could eventually reach the U.S. Supreme Court.
The U.S. Embassy confirms there was a shooting and says no embassy personnel were involved.
Administrators made the decision after what was described as “a substantial disruption to the educational environment” by students wearing hats and shirts emblazoned with the flag.
Surveillance footage shows a man hit the window of an SUV with a crowbar at Baker Street restaurant. A credit card stolen from the SUV was later used at a retail store.
A light fixture in a room where the wrestling team practices reportedly malfunctioned and started smoking. Students and staff were evacuated across the street to The Chapel.
An Indiana school district says a student injured in a stage collapse last year during a musical put herself at risk by participating in the show.
The first quake carried a magnitude of 5.4. But the second one a little more than two hours later was eight times stronger at 6.1, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The FWPD Gang Unit was watching a man with multiple felony warrants.
Jaime Klein, 30, was found stabbed to death in her New Haven home Oct 19. The same day her boyfriend Anton Moore, 30, was found shot to death in a ditch within the 6600 block of Fairfield Avenue on Fort Wayne south side.
Officers were called to the 6000 block of Stellhorn Road around 9 p.m. Wednesday.