A Rhode Island grower is first in the world to achieve a trifecta in the hobby of growing gargantuan foods: world records for heaviest pumpkin, longest long gourd and now, heaviest squash.
The former assistant manager said she stole the money from customers at a First Merchants Bank in Muncie after becoming addicted to playing the slot machines at the Hoosier Park Racing & Casino in Anderson.
Two teens were taken to a hospital Monday evening after the car they were in slammed into a tree in DeKalb County.
Opiate abuse has spiked across much of the U.S., but Indiana’s problem is particularly acute. It is one of four states where overdose deaths have more than quadrupled since 1999.
Fire crews responded to Ridge Brook Village Park, 2737 W. Washington Center Road, just before 3 a.m. A mobile home was engulfed in flames by the time firefighters arrived.
Council voted it out of committee last week 8-1 in favor of the measure. If it passes in the final vote, the measure will penalize businesses where police, fire crews, or neighborhood code enforcement get called to on a regular basis.
The Komets scored three goals in the third period to eventually pull away from Kalamazoo and record a 4-1 victory in their third and final exhibition game of the 2017-18 season.
City, state, and U.S. leaders joined people from the area to spread their pro-life message. Republican U.S. Representatives Jim Banks (IN-3), Todd Rokita (IN-4), and Luke Messer (IN-6) were all there to show their support.
A 19-year-old university student in West Texas was charged early Tuesday with capital murder of a peace officer in the fatal shooting of a police officer at the campus police station, where he was being questioned in a drug-related case, authorities said.
The Carroll grad led USF tacklers with 17 total tackles including 12 solo in the top-ranked, 6-0 Cougars’ 35-18 win over the Cardinals.
The plan is set to be discussed at a city council meeting on November 7.
INDOT’s accepting applications from communities that want money for infrastructure projects.
Toys For Tots and the Salvation Army use the same application process to make it more convenient for the families applying.
Defenseman Don Olivieri, forward Brad Bourke, and goaltender Sean Bonar were all released on Monday.
Homestead midfielder Olivia Cronenwett signed her letter of intent to play soccer at St. Francis on Monday.
A Grace College student found the message early Monday scrawled on a chalk board. It read, “N——s don’t belong here.”
The final week of the regular season is upon us and The News-Sentinel’s Reggie Hayes joins WANE sports director Glenn Marini to break down what we’ll see in week nine in an all new edition of “Inside The Zone!”
Goodyear says the second of three semi-rigid airships replacing its original blimps has left the company’s hangar in Ohio for its permanent base in California.
Amari Gates, 13, and 8-year-old Lamar Gates left their home around 6:30 p.m. Sunday. They were found Monday evening and both are “doing fine.”
The 15-year-old was held captive for 29 days last month but escaped. A man saw her running across a field, recognized her, and sheltered her in his truck until police arrived.
Known as “The Bald Eagle” as much for his sturdy leadership as his prematurely receding hairline, Tittle played 17 seasons of pro football.
Markell Jones scored on a 12-yard run with 1:17 left and Elijah Sindelar rallied Purdue twice — once before a heavy storm delayed Saturday’s game and once after — to beat Minnesota 31-17.
For Indiana quarterback Peyton Ramsey, little things matter. Being first matters.