22-year-old Miracle Nevills was last seen Tuesday in Indianapolis.
The Country Hearth Inn was condemned amid electrical problems and filthy conditions. Majority of the guests had been there months, even years.
Columbia City Police had been searching for 34-year-old Skyler Roff ever since Wednesday when the lockdown was ordered.
The roofer fell about 40 feet at Richmond’s Purina Mills plant. It’s not clear what caused the fall because no one witnessed it.
Police arrested 15 people and found 9.3 grams of crack cocaine.
The Subaru Loves to Care initiative made a visit to the Parkview Cancer Institute on Wednesday in partnership with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
IUPUI was a 20-year member of the Summit League and Fort Wayne’s in-state conference rival.
Crews began working Wednesday on Berry Street near the Allen County Courthouse. The power company is adding 45,000 feet of new primary cable.
At issue was whether midazolam is powerful enough to put inmates into a deep state of unconsciousness before two subsequent drugs paralyze them and stop their hearts.
The company says the recall covers North American vans, buses and chassis cabs with medium, long and extended wheelbases from 2015 to 2017.
Kiante Enis as a freshman on the Indiana football team when he was kicked off the roster after he had sexual activities with a 13-year-old girl.
The state of Michigan alleges in the suit that the city council’s refusal to approve a broadly backed deal to buy water long term from a Detroit-area system is endangering public health in the wake of a man-made crisis that left the supply contaminated with lead.
The Indianapolis Public Schools board is facing calls to slow down on making a decision about closing three of the district’s seven high schools after years of declining enrollment.
The teacher admitted to sending a Facebook message to a 15-year-old student in 2015 and asking if he was a virgin.
Move-over laws require motorists to move over when they come up on emergency responders or tow-truck drivers stopped along the roadside.
A business that started operations in Columbia City in 1955 with just two employees has announced plans to expand and add 32 employees to its current workforce of 185.
The crash happened on a trail on private property outside Columbia City. The 17-year-old boy attempted a jump and crashed.
The charges are related to an ongoing effort by local and federal law enforcement to “remove criminal organizations from the streets of northwest Indiana.”
A LaGrange Police officer tried to pull over a 2000 GMC Jimmy for a traffic infraction, but the vehicle sped off.
Edmunds chose the cars that it has awarded positive reviews and deals that are widely available and offer considerable discounts.