POLL INSIDE: Will WHO’s new classification of processed meat prompt you to change your diet?
The hunter was repositioning herself when Trigger, a 10-year-old chocolate Labrador, stepped on the shotgun.
Jeremy Washington will serve 7 years in prison for the 2014 death of Bishop Dwenger student Haley Nellum.
Shoaff Park Golf Course will be open through Oct. 31, and McMillen Park Golf Course will remain open through Nov. 3.
For this principal, it’s more than an open door policy. It’s a no door policy, and no plan to change anytime soon.
The UAW said local union leaders will meet Wednesday in Detroit to vote on the tentative agreement.
The Hoosier State train route was in danger of going out of business before the deal was reached over the summer.
Officers in Tennessee responded to Walmart after two people said another car tried to run them off the road.
Restaurateur Art Bouvier announced the discount Saturday night on Facebook shortly his Cajun restaurant was robbed.
The 25-year-old woman accused in the deaths of four people at the Oklahoma State homecoming parade is scheduled to appear in court Monday, after witnesses said she drove her car into spectators with such force that she sent bodies flying into the air.
Members of Bloomington’s Islamic community say a recent attack on a Muslim woman is a sign they still face prejudice and need to educate others about their religion.
The 66-year-old Indiana man is accused of stabbing his adult daughter in an apparent dispute over antifreeze.
Monday’s meeting of an education panel will discuss potential solutions to the state’s 33 percent drop in the number of teaching licenses issued since 2009.
The report of a man down was called in by a woman following a swerving vehicle that eventually stopped at the bottom of a ramp on I-469.
Police said someone called 911 after hearing gunfire near the intersection of Barr and Esmond Streets Sunday night.
Incumbent Mayor Tom Henry and Republican candidate Mitch Harper will participate in only one debate before Nov. 3rd election.
The new ministry will help children with special needs better interact with their peers at church.
Super Bowl champion and Heisman trophy winner, Paul Hornung paid a visit to Fort Wayne on Saturday.