According to 2015 research from the Indiana Youth Institute, one in six Indiana high school students have considered attempting suicide, and one in eight have made a plan for attempting suicide.
4A No. 1 Dwenger (4-0) will look to maintain their unbeaten record when they travel to Dean Gorsuch Field to play Carroll (3-1) in our Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
CEO Elon Musk said he thinks that the improvements, which will roll out globally in the next week or two in the form of a software update, probably would have prevented the Tesla Model S crash that killed the driver.
The first ever Middle Waves Music Festival will take place on Friday and Saturday at Headwaters Park, featuring 30 bands including headliner The Flaming Lips
Join hundreds of thousands around the country to raise awareness and funds for suicide prevention.
Mark Fields says there won’t be any jobs lost even though some of the automaker’s production is moving to Mexico.
When officers in Angola saw street department workers outside the police department, they weren’t sure what to expect. When the workers left, officers saw a blue line painted on the street with the words ‘We support you.
A U.S. District Court judge has ruled that an Elkhart high school’s Christmas program last year didn’t violate Constitutional prohibitions against the endorsement of religion by public entities.
Indiana State Police spokesman Dave Bursten said Thursday at least 10 voter registration forms are confirmed to have fraudulent information.
Voters in Indiana will now have to individually select each candidate they wish to elect for at-large county council and town council seats.
Democrat John Gregg, Republican Lt. Governor Eric Holcomb, and Libertarian Rex Bell will answer questions on state infrastructure, education, crime and other minority issues in Indiana.
The boy’s great uncle and great aunt in South Carolina petitioned the court for custody, which was granted Monday by a judge.
The bill, which passed by a 244-174 vote, would bar the federal government from spending money on any Guantanamo prisoner transfers, even those to a foreign country.
Ohio’s medical board met Wednesday for the first time since the new medical marijuana law took effect and says it plans to study laws and practices in other states before drafting Ohio’s regulations.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana filed the lawsuit Thursday in federal court on behalf of Mycal L. Ashby against the Warrick County School Corporation.
Departing passenger traffic is being diverted from the west side of the airport to the east side while police investigate.
The college chain is shutting down all 130 of its U.S. campuses. The move affects more than 35,000 students and more than 8,000 jobs.
Police in west Georgia say they’ve charged two people with making false police reports after they say the pair called 911 to report that people dressed as clowns were trying to lure children into a white van.
Because the officer is white and the boy was black, the case in Columbus, Ohio has brought comparisons with the 2014 fatal shooting in Cleveland of 12-year-old Tamir Rice.
The depression’s maximum sustained winds early Thursday had decreased to near 35 mph (56 kph) with little change in strength forecast over the next two days.
Authorities say a boy was injured when a metal pole with lights broke on a ride at an Indianapolis-area festival and struck him.
The crash forced the detour of traffic on U.S. 20 for several hours. while crews cleaned up the mess.
A prayer service was held on Holton Avenue in front of the home where three people and an unborn baby were brutally killed.