The president wants to make an example of Indiana because gun laws in the Hoosier state are less strict than the gun laws in his home state of Illinois.
The film “Hoosiers” will always be an important part in Indiana history. But what about the game behind the film?
A local organization aimed at improving the lives of Burmese refugees is in desperate need of funding.
The dismal start to the new year comes as investors worry that China’s huge economy is slowing down.
Huntington County has received numerous reports of explosions and booms over the last 10-14 days, with a spike over the last 24 hours.
Every county in the Hoosier state will offer events and projects that you can be a part of.
Investigators are urging shoppers to keep their purses close after seven incidents where purses have been taken out of grocery carts.
‘El Chapo’ escaped through a tunnel Mexico’s highest- security prison seven months ago.
Even as many more jobs have been added, the unemployment rate has held at 5 percent over the past three months because nearly a million more Americans have begun looking for jobs since September.
More than 2,700 wrestlers from across the country are competing at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum Jan. 8 – 10.
Officers were serving an arrest warrant when the man fled police and was found dead hours later in the river near his house.
The repeal measure was the first bill to clear both houses of Congress and make it to Obama’s desk.
Court records showed the fiancee admitted stolen jewelry was in her possession.
Butler University and the University of Evansville have banned hoverboards from campus.
Mark Emerson, 25, is accused of killing 25-year-old Cody J. Gay and forcing his estranged wife and children to flee with him.
Michael Shoun sliced his victim from her chest to groin and removed her kidney and small intestine at his home near Elkhart in November 2013.
The mom was found holding the child near a second-floor bedroom doorway. Heavy smoke and flames prevented firefighters from getting them out.
The fire started at a home in the 6800 block of Lake Valley Court.
Anthony and Rudisill boulevards were reopened around 12:30 p.m. after crews spent hour repairing a 12-inch cast iron pipe.
After receiving final funding the City of Fort Wayne is ready to move forward with plans to buyout 18 homes plagued with years of flooding.