Tippecanoe Valley High School’s Farm-to-Fork program was created as a way to improve the quality of cafeteria food available to students and four steers delivered Thursday will be raised at the for use in lunches.
The Bicentennial Nature Trust has completed 129 land acquisition projects statewide aimed at enhancing public access to recreation.
The Chicago Cubs’ World Series trophy will visit Fort Wayne, Indianapolis and South Bend in Indiana.
15 Russian medalists in Sochi had their doping bottles tampered with, including two athletes who won four gold medals.
The driving lane of southbound Interstate 69 just north of Auburn was closed Friday morning due to a vehicle crash.
The driver rear ended another vehicle late Thursday afternoon on U.S. 6 in Dekalb County, causing the other driver to be hospitalized.
Customs and Border Protection officers working with a narcotics-detection dog discovered the drugs, worth an estimated $5 million, in a shipment of vacuum pump parts.
Authorities say an interstate east of Cleveland is open again after a pileup of about 50 vehicles in snowy conditions shut down the highway for more than 14 hours.
The lake effect snow has stayed in Michigan which means no major travel issues Friday morning.
Police in suburban Cincinnati are trying to figure out how a loaded gun got into the hands of four or five kindergarten students who were caught playing with the weapon.
The U.S. has about 10,000 troops in Afghanistan to train and advise Afghan security forces combating a resilient Taliban insurgency.
Despite attending high school at Lyons Township in La Grange, Illinois, Zeisloft actually has family ties to northeast Indiana.
Shephard recently served as Washington State’s inside receivers coach and will join Boilermakers as an offensive assistant.
Officer Jody Smith initially clung to life after being gravely wounded Wednesday when the university officer went to help his friend, Americus Officer Nicholas Smarr, respond to a domestic dispute call at an apartment in rural Americus, about 130 miles south of Atlanta.
Northern parts of Indiana could get up to three to five inches Thursday night. INDOT said crews have been treating the roads since Wednesday night in preparation.
Pacers rookie Georges Niang scored 13 points in his Mad Ants debut on Thursday night but it wasn’t enough as Fort Wayne coughed up a late lead and eventually fell in overtime 124-121 to the Maine Red Claws.
Moughler is believed to the first female to be named all-state by the Indiana Football Coaches Association.
Thanks to Phil’s One Stop and Marathon the “Fill It Up All-Stars” segment is back for a second year on the Highlight Zone, with the first winners of the season crowned last Friday night.
Puzder heads CKE Restaurants Holdings, the parent company of Carl’s Jr., Hardee’s and other chains. In 2010, he published a book called “Job Creation: How it Really Works and Why Government Doesn’t Understand It.”
After Trump secured the Republican nomination, McMahon became one of his most generous benefactors. Fundraising records show she gave $6 million to an outside group that aired supportive commercials and attack ads against Democrat Hillary Clinton.
In an uncharacteristically lengthy and personal farewell speech on the Senate floor, Reid warned of “a new gilded age” ahead and lamented how the Senate has changed. He cautioned colleagues to “temper” use of the filibuster, “otherwise, it will be gone.”
In Columbus, he also had words of tribute for astronaut and senator John Glenn of Ohio — “indeed an American hero” — who died Thursday at 95. Then he was off to Iowa for the latest stop on his victory tour to states that helped him win the presidency.
A coalition met at the statehouse Thursday to launch Raise It for Health, an effort to raise the tax on cigarettes about $1.50 and restore funding for smoking prevention and cessation programs.