The 20-year-old Terre Haute, Indiana man was found in a parking garage in Panama City Beach, Florida.
The death of the fourth-grader shocked Chicago because, police said, he was killed because of his father’s gang affiliation.
This year, Selection Sunday features five conference tournament championships before brackets are released.
Leaders in the deal announced a goal of making LaPorte one of the 10 healthiest communities by the year 2030.
Trump tells NBC’s “Meet the Press” that McGraw “got carried away” and “maybe he doesn’t like seeing what’s happening to the country.”
The shooting victim was an off-duty firefighter who was shot in the torso, police said.
The kitten is in need of surgery, and while the animal activist says it’s a gamble, she also says it’s worth the risk.
Windsong Pictures is hosting a festival at Ivy Tech March 19. The educational film company works to produce films with students in northern Indiana.
Looking for a fun experiment to do with the kids? Science Central is giving households a clean and safe idea.
Police in Warsaw responded to the shooting and found a woman who had been shot in the neck.
John Kasich on Saturday delivered his harshest criticism yet of Donald Trump, saying he’s “had it” with the “toxic” nature of Trump’s campaign.
After hearing he won the lottery, the man from Mansfield decided to quit one of his jobs.
Google has been working on the idea since 2009, and believes that in only a few more years it will finally hit the road for real.
The father was returning home from 10 months in Africa on the same night his family was at a Star Wars themed hockey game.
She’s been denied entrance to the country since she first acknowledged in 1994 that a son listed on her original visa application was really her grandson born to her teenage daughter.
The GOP-controlled House voted 60 to 40 Wednesday in favor of the bill, sending it to the governor’s desk for possible approval.
Two gunmen drove alongside a chartered executive limo bus leaving San Francisco and opened fire.
Students from a Boston-area high school with a large Jewish enrollment taunted students from an all-boys Catholic school about not having girl students, prompting the Catholic school students to fire back.
The tugboat hit a barge Saturday morning and sank, spilling about 5,000 gallons of fuel into the water.