Court documents said the teen sold the pills in the bathroom at the high school.
The student was found in a creek near the campus alumni center and football stadium.
The soft-sided Bigelow compartment will be attached to the outside of the space station and inflated to the size of a small bedroom.
Ed Welburn is the first African-American to lead global design for any automaker.
Police said a man broke into Low Bob’s Tobacco store in Columbia City and stole items on Thursday.
The lawsuit says the law is unconstitutional and challenges several provisions. It seeks an injunction to pause the law’s enforcement.
Bill the lion, the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo poster animal, was diagnosed last week with aggressive cancer.
The 278-mile rail line will stretch from Indiana to Wisconsin. It’s designed to relieve Chicago-area freight congestion.
Two men walked into the Auburn Pride/Valero convenience store and, without weapons, demanded cash and stole cigarettes.
A K-9 officer detected an odor of narcotics coming from inside a vehicle in LaGrange County.
The group is planning to use the uniform patches as part of a quilt for Deputy Carl Koontz’s young son.
Mumps cases also have been reported this year on at least three other Indiana college campuses.
An Illinois woman was arrested after drug paraphernalia was found in her truck and after running from officers in several northeast Indiana counties.
Investigators said the two women left an area in a car with a homemade cardboard license plate.
Investigators said one of the vehicles may have had its headlights off, which possibly contributed to the crash.
Several candidates are setting up shop and starting to campaign in Indiana.
Superior Court Judge Douglas Fahl will work on a litigation support team that is responsible for prosecuting detainees and responding to requests for release.
The Skyline Tower Project could receive $2.8 million of Regional Cities funding because officials said “it directly advances the downtown and community development goals.”
Brent A. Roddy, a detective with the Fort Wayne Police Department, reportedly crashed his SUV along Rothman Road with a .21 percent BAC on Easter Sunday.
The three suburban Indianapolis teenagers are suspected of robbing four banks and spending the money on clothes, marijuana and a trip to Florida.