Lawmakers hoped to save money by revising the sentencing system and diverting low-level offenders out of state prisons and into local jails or programs.
In Indiana, bobcats became an endangered species in 1969, and then a protected species in 2005.
Investigators believe the man went out to target shoot in his backyard when he apparently tripped and the weapon fired a round that killed him.
Public schools must permit transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their chosen gender identity, according to an Obama administration directive issued.
Nobody was injured in the incident which started in an apartment above a business.
A semi driver caused a chain reaction crash on the Toll Road that sent five people, including an ISP trooper, to the hospital.
11 fallen heroes were remembered at the 14th annual Allen County-Fort Wayne Police officer Memorial Ceremony.
The former state Representative is running against Todd Young in the November election.
Jerry Mathers, better known as “The Beaver,” spoke to graduates on Saturday.
The market on Barr Street traces to 1837 and is held in the oldest public space in Fort Wayne.
Authorities first issued the alert Friday night after Larry Shelton went missing Thursday around noon.
A teenager who authorities say brought prescription medications to a party two northern Indiana brothers attended before dying of overdoses will serve jail time after pleading guilty to a drug charge.
When a venomous Eastern diamondback rattlesnake appeared in the backyard of a 7-year-old Florida girl, her German shepherd came to her rescue, refusing to back down despite multiple snakebites.
The uncle, 57-year-old Gary Simpson, is being interviewed to determine what transpired over the last eight days when he disappeared with his 9-year-old niece.
The 21-year-old Muskingum University student is accused of putting the infant girl in a trash bag and leaving her outside a sorority house last year.
Officials say the teenager is a special-needs student who re-entered the school after dismissal and attacked the teacher.
Poaching a black bear is a misdemeanor crime subject to penalties of up to 90 days in jail and fines and restitution totaling up to $4,500.
Investigators were able to link Daniel Zerbe to the killing of Wilma Schwartz, whose body was found by construction workers back in March, when they found him in possession of the gun used to kill her.
A lawsuit claims a mistake by the Allen County auditor resulted in the Southwest Allen Fire department getting money which should of gone to the FWFD after annexations.
The police department will use a specific program to provide safety updates, emergency notifications as well as information about services and programs they offer.