Police say two people were outside a home on Gay Street when a car pulled up and someone inside started shooting.
In December, physicians at the Gastrointestinal Medicine Department in Lutheran Health Network rejected new employment agreements and allowed their contracts to expire, effectively ending their employment.
The Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow is challenging how officials tallied student logins to determine that the virtual school was overpaid for the 2015-16 school year.
The United States is encouraging Iranians to use virtual private networks, known as VPNs, to communicate as they demonstrate in the streets.
The car drove 150 yards onto an Indianapolis apartment complex’s retention pond, broke through the ice and sank.
The former courts official alleges that she was fired after she installed air fresheners to combat a co-worker’s “obnoxious chronic body odor.”
For 12 days in January, dozens of Fort Wayne restaurants will be offering special menu deals costing no more than $30 a person as part of Savor Fort Wayne.
The Chinworth Center, with 36,000 square feet for student learning and services, is expected to open at the start of the 2019-20 academic year.
Firefighters were called around 10 a.m. Tuesday to a home at 5420 Decatur Road, near Bishop Luers High School, on a report of a fire there.
Through public records requests, the AP asked the 100 largest public universities in the U.S. for annual student suicide statistics over the past decade.
Nearly half of the largest U.S. public universities, including Purdue and Indiana, do not track suicides among their students, despite making investments in prevention at a time of surging demand for mental health services.
Police say a 4-year-old girl riding in a vehicle driven by her father suffered life-threatening injuries when he crashed while racing another car on a Cincinnati street.
Ohio police investigating the fatal shooting of a pregnant woman and a man say doctors successfully delivered the woman’s baby boy, who was then hospitalized in critical condition.
Investigators believe the fire started in a first-floor furniture store around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday. Adults and children fled from the three stories of apartments above, including a man who ran outside with no shirt and no shoes.
Years after the kits were discarded, Fayetteville police began working with a crisis group to call the victims and tell them what happened.a
Without that data, prevention advocates say, schools have no way to measure their success and can overlook trends that could offer insight to help them save lives.
Lawmakers are trying to make up for lost time by seeking some of the nation’s strictest bike-safety regulations and tough new penalties for distracted motorists who cause serious injury or death while using a mobile device.
President Donald Trump has returned from an end-of year holiday to face fresh legislative challenges, midterm elections and threats abroad.
The 2018 legislative year will bring debates over legislation to boost protections for victims and people who report sexual misconduct, as well as both chambers’ continued efforts to improve their own policies for handling misconduct.
Colorado authorities were contacted with concerns about the mental health of Matthew Riehl over a month before he shot and killed a deputy and wounded four others.