Obama’s notice to the GOP came as he sought to set the tone for a year in which Congress and the president are on a near-certain collision course.
Officers responding to a report of a suicide attempt found four people dead inside a North Texas home Sunday afternoon, police said.
Prices in Fort Wayne Sunday were 144.5 cents per gallon lower than the same day one year ago and are 81.8 cents per gallon lower than a month ago.
According to police, a caller told officers a female infant was found wrapped inside a blue sweatshirt. The caller had been hiking in the woods in the outskirts of the park.
Officers arrested Vincent Smith, 55, Fort Wayne on several charges, including: felony theft, and misdemeanor criminal mischief and criminal trespass.
Police responded to reports of gunfire southwest of downtown early Monday morning.
A real bat was on the loose in the Coliseum right as the Mad Ants game was going to start.
A southern Indiana man who mistakenly texted an off-duty police officer while allegedly trying to sell drugs faces felony charges after the officer texted him back and arranged a meeting.
People said house fire could be seen for miles.
South Bend has 252 sworn police officers, and only 26 of them are black.
The one-time Indiana home of the nation’s ninth president will be getting widespread exposure in an upcoming episode of NBC’s “Parks and Recreation.”
Chain O’ Lakes is hosting an event for anyone looking for a unique way to connect with nature and celebrate the new year.
A woman who runs a bookstore with her sister is also an archaeologist from the spring to the fall.
Some students in sixth through 12th grade will get to pick out a brand new outfit with a program called My Closet.
Indiana lawmakers set to reconvene next week aren’t showing any signs they’ll change the way Indiana’s local government is structured.
A theatre built in 1921 was bought by a non profit group that hopes to attract arts-minded businesses as its next tenants.
Police do not believe foul play is a factor in the death of a 33-year-old officer from Shelbyville.
The fire started from a stove that was being used to heat the family’s home.
Clarksville Police Department Chief Mark Palmer says the man was preparing to take the firearm into Bass Pro to trade in or redeem for value.
Overall, Indiana’s volunteers logged 131.1 million hours — the equivalent of about $2.9 billion — last year.