Authorities had been searching by air and ground for Ashlynne Mike, who was abducted by a man believed to be a stranger Monday afternoon.
Indiana Election Division Co-Director Angie Nussmeyer said 286,219 completed ballots had been received by county officials by 8 a.m. Tuesday. That’s about 97.6 percent of the more than 293,000 ballot applications requested statewide.
Tourism officials announced Monday that the number of visitors coming to Orlando last year jumped 5.5 percent to more than 66 million visitors.
Djuane McPhaul, aka Juan Da God, claims that Ball State police falsely arrested him and deleted a cell phone video he shot of the incident.
America’s love of trucks and SUVs helped push most automakers to healthy sales gains last month as Ford reported record SUV sales and Nissan posted its best April ever.
Voters will be able to cast their ballots from 6 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday.
The candidates also faced protesters while traveling across the state Monday.
U.S. Representatives Marlin Stutzman and Todd Young are both vying for the seat left vacant by Senator Dan Coats.
As the 10 farms start restocking their birds, each will be tested 30 days later as an added precaution, she said.
The duck named Vanessa has appeared at Village Elementary School in Hartland for the past 13 years.
Nearly 200 people have tested positive for HIV in Scott County since an outbreak linked to sharing of needles used by drug users was identified early last year.
The race between U.S. Reps. Marlin Stutzman and Todd Young has featured increasingly biting exchanges as they look to fill the spot of retiring Republican Sen. Dan Coats.
Enbridge says about 20,000 barrels of oil spilled into the Kalamazoo River system, near Marshall, from a ruptured line in 2010.
Although still a rarity, acceptance at every Ivy League school appears to be a growing phenomenon.
Undecided Indiana voters are running out of time to make their state primary picks.
About 3,000 people voted early in Huntington County which is about 2,400 more than in the 2012 primary.
Police believe the 21-year-old woman killed her infant son shortly after he was born back in March. She called 911 from her dorm room shortly after delivering the child.
Cruz continued to drive home the polices he’s been talking about around the state. He said he’ll cut taxes and pass a flat tax. He also said he won’t take away people’s religious liberty or right to bear arms.
The Vermont senator spoke at IPFW’s Gates Center to a crowd of 3,000 people.
For the past month, Facebook has been tracking how its users in Indiana are engaging in the political discussion. The social media company compiled a list of the top issues being discussed along with other data related to the presidential race.