Obama drew plenty of laughs with his barbed remarks to a ballroom filled with journalists, politicians, and movie and television stars. It was his eighth appearance at the event and his last as president.
The Sisters of St. Joseph recently finalized the sale of the 38-acre Tipton property to the Diocese of Lafayette.
The Trekker is touring 18 city and county parks across Indiana under an agreement between Google and the Indiana Parks and Recreation Association.
Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien says Huffman gave his 15-year-old stepdaughter eight tattoos over a two year time period.
The relative worked as a car salesman and actor but had no experience rounding up political donations.
The Democratic presidential front-runner is making the stop just days before Indiana votes in the May primary.
Detectives made the arrest while looking for the subject of a search warrant and seeing that person drive by them.
Indiana is receiving roughly $9.2 million as part of a settlement between the federal government and a drug maker involving a heartburn treatment.
Indiana State Senator Jim Banks is trying to become the state’s next representative for the 3rd District. He stopped by First News Weekend for our Meet The Candidates series.
If the 3.5 million dollar referendum passes, the money would be used to maintain class sizes, programs, academic, and elective offerings; guidance counseling; and school safety.
The judge in the case said the harshest sentences for the most serious charges were justified by the brutality of the 2015 attack, which she described as performing a cesarean with a kitchen knife.
Several hundred people gathered at the Indiana Statehouse on Friday to protest air conditioning giant Carrier Corp.’s decision to move 1,400 jobs from the state to Mexico to save money.
The vigil Friday night at the Pike County fairgrounds brought together family members, friends and community residents to commemorate the lives of those slain April 22 at four homes near Piketon.
Police say the victim told them was about to get out his Corvette in the parking lot outside of his residence when a suspect blocked him from getting out of the car and took his keys.
This month’s winner is an inspiration to women everywhere despite being afflicted with cerebral palsy.
While presidential candidates are grabbing headlines, several local candidates are campaigning for state positions.
Former President Bill Clinton will campaign for his wife at McMillen Park Community Center on the city’s south side.
Here’s why the City says it’s evicting a number of people who are homeless in Fort Wayne.
The president also called for more attention to be paid to the mentally ill. The Social Security Administration will publish a proposed rule to help ensure that mental health records about people who are prohibited from buying a gun are reported to the background check system.
Gary Thompson’s lawyer filed documents this week seeking a change of venue for the trial on murder and arson charges stemming from the November 2012 explosion.