The state had the lowest turnout rate in the nation last year, with just over 28 percent of eligible voters casting a ballot.
The crash caused a gas leak and knocked over a light pole.
In its continued effort to reduce the city’s homeless population, a local non-profit opened a new home Friday. Vincent Village opened its 33rd rental home in its program that helps families become homeowners.
Taxes are due Wednesday, April 15th.
Indiana lawmakers are working on other major bills before the legislation session ends on April 29.
Whether it is professional basketball or as Army Reserve officer Warsaw native Marshall Plumlee has big plans after he graduates from Duke University.
Science Central partnered with a bird rescue center to talk about habitat and species preservation.
The Olympic gold medal winner was invited to Mike Pence’s office days after appearing before the Indy City County Council.
County commissioners allocated $534,000 Wednesday for repairs to the roof, which has been patched 30 times in 10 years.
The FDA will review a request from the Swedish maker of Snus to certify its pouches of tobacco as less harmful than cigarettes.
The animal sanctuary posted on Facebook that its cougar, Meria, died early Friday morning.
The eclipse can also be seen in its entirety Saturday night from eastern Australia, New Zealand and Japan. Europe and Africa are shut out.
The Republicans said the court should let voters and their elected legislatures decide what to do about marriage.
Poinsette Drive will be closed to through traffic while city utilities work on a storm line installation project.
Anthony Ray Hinton was one of the longest serving death row inmates in Alabama.
A lawsuit filed claims that the officer was wrongfully terminated and singled out based on his race.
Most in Indiana’s LGBT community agree that Thursday’s change to Indiana’s RFRA law was a win, but also just a start.
The Friday event had several activities including getting a photo taken with the Easter Bunny and petting live animals.