A project to resurface 15 miles between Decatur and Fort Wayne is expected to last through November.
The crash happened early Tuesday along the 4400 block of C.R. 46A in DeKalb County.
The crash took place on State Road 3 just before 9 pm Monday evening.
The trooper was not seriously injured when his squad car hit the horse and buggy late Sunday in Elkhart County.
The crash took place at the intersection of State Road 8 and State Road 3 and according to police there were no children on the East Noble School Corporation bus.
A passenger told authorities he believed the crash happened sometime Friday night. Emergency crews responded to the scene Saturday morning.
The crash happened around 11:30 p.m. along the 1100 block of County Road 61 in DeKalb County. A passenger was hospitalized.
The crash on Oxford Street caused a utility pole to split in half at the bottom. Crews will have to replace the pole.
Investigators said one of the vehicles may have had its headlights off, which possibly contributed to the crash.
The Steuben County Sheriff’s Office responded to a two-vehicle crash early Sunday morning.
Emergency officials believe gusty winds may have caused the truck to turn on its side.
On Sunday, two adults and two children were hospitalized after their SUV flipped on its top when it crashed on I-69 at the Lower Huntington interchange.
The driver narrowly missed a street sign and utility pole before plunging into the water at Colonial Oaks Golf Course.
The Warsaw boy is at a Fort Wayne hospital in critical condition.
The four were occupants of a car that, for unknown reasons, investigators say pulled in front of an SUV while exiting off I-69 Sunday afternoon.
Four other people were hurt when a minivan collided with two pickup trucks pulling farm implements.
Woodlan High School assistant wrestling coach Neil Burd died in a rollover crash around 4 a.m. Saturday along North Webster Road in New Haven.
A Warsaw man was taken by air ambulance to a Fort Wayne hospital Sunday evening.
Authorities are investigating a crash in Wabash County that claimed the lives of two women.
The school bus was carrying members of the Griffith boys’ basketball team enroute to play a semi-state game.