An effort to identify remains of young men murdered by serial killer John Wayne Gacy in the 1970s has led to a break in an unrelated case of a unidentified teenager found shot to death in San Francisco 36 years ago.
The Foster Park Golf Course is set to reopen Friday, months after it was closed due to severe storms and flooding earlier in the year.
The impact ripped the box truck and the semi’s trailer open and send their loads scattered in the roadway.
State wildlife officials are worried about fishermen using juvenile Asian carp as bait and spreading the invasive species into southern Indiana’s Lake Monroe.
The deputy said he walked into water about 5 feet deep and snatched each one of the children under an arm. The dad was standing nearby smoking a cigarette.
Vacant slabs, weed-choked lots and solitary stairs to nowhere permeate the landscape in the tiny town of Cameron. Residents travel 30 miles away for the nearest grocery store.
Blending politics, religion and emotion, Pope Francis and President Barack Obama are to meet in the grandeur of the Oval Office to advance causes dear to them both.
A crash involving a semi, a car and a box truck on U.S. 30 in Whitley County near the Allen County line is causing traffic congestion.
Two inmates at a Louisville, Kentucky, jail could have used a course in knot-tying when authorities say they plotted an escape using bed sheets.
Starting on Sept. 17, 2016, all local calls made within the 317 area will have to be placed using all 10 digits.
Court documents say a woman accused of driving a school bus while intoxicated in central Indiana told police she took painkillers and a muscle relaxant the night before.
The Indiana Supreme Court is set to consider whether the state is responsible for some of the legal damages faced by a company that supplied stage rigging that collapsed at a state fair event in 2011, killing seven people.