Some solutions that came out of the summit were treating drug overdose scenes as crime scenes and using an anti-overdose drug to save lives.
Sessions will be held Feb. 11, 13 and 18 to gauge public input about possible reuses of the 32-acre, dozen-building campus on downtown’s southwest edge.
The store, located in Chestnut Plaza, was the last remaining Scott’s in Fort Wayne prior to the remodeling which includes numerous improvements for customers.
Bob Leonard faces more than 50 charges for his role in an Indianapolis house explosion that killed two people and damaged nearly 80 homes in November 2012.
The life support mannequin allows for realistic EMS training on patient care. It is outfitted with a variety of possible wounds.
Lafayette police say an infant is in good health after a man used the state’s safe haven law to drop the child off at a hospital there on Tuesday.
One bill spares teachers from having merit pay docked due to this year’s low test scores. The other prevents a drop in school A-F letter grades.
The bill approved on a 43-5 vote Thursday would reverse a 1994 measure that sealed adoption information that didn’t have a disclosure consent form.
Despite the rise, the number of people seeking unemployment benefits remained at historically low levels.
Washington, D.C. braces for one of its biggest snowstorms in history.
The National Weather Service has indicated more than a foot of snow could fall in portions of the eastern U.S. this weekend, making travel limited or impossible in some areas.
Sports like fishing, skating or even hiking on the ice can be popular in the winter. Here’s how to stay safe on the ice.
DeKalb County Central United School District received an Outstanding Achievement in the Deployment of Propane School Buses award. Its 64-bus fleet includes three propane buses.
Authorities responded to reports of a shooting at a home near Charlestown, Indiana at about 11:30 a.m. Saturday and found the 14-year-old victim suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.
Walter P. Helmke practiced law for decades and ran for a U.S. Representative seat twice.
The measure would finance improvements to Indiana’s crumbling infrastructure by raising cigarette and gasoline taxes.
The Senate is scheduled to take up a House bill Thursday that would spare teachers from having merit pay docked due to this year’s low test scores.
Bishop Dwenger graduate Remound Wright will get another chance to impress NFL scouts as the Stanford senior will play in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl Saturday in Carson, California.
Bishop Dwenger bested Bellmont while the Huntington North and Norwell girls each came out victorious on Wednesday night in prep basketball action.