The woman who filed a discrimination lawsuit against the Fort Wayne-South Bend Catholic Diocese became emotional and cried when her husband took the stand Thursday morning.
A man wanted for meth was spotted Wednesday night in Owen County and led police on a chase into Morgan County, then back toward Owen County on Indiana 67.
Residents in a neighborhood in Waynedale will finally get relief from flooding, after decades of dealing with high water.
Allen County’s top health official is asking healthcare facilities and residents to take precautions in response to increased flu activity and a flu related death.
Exonerations of people who were wrongly convicted, the availability of prison terms of life without parole and the cost of capital trials and the appeals process also are factors in the persistent decline.
Leaders of the GOP-dominated Legislature say the budget talks will include revisions in how more than $6 billion a year is distributed to K-12 schools around the state.
The app will include weather conditions for each county and contact information for county emergency management agencies.
A new study has found that 80 private Indiana schools involved in the state’s school voucher program were overpaid nearly $4 million and have returned that money to the state.
The move announced Thursday adds 447,000 Ford vehicles to the list of those recalled due to driver’s inflators made by Japan’s Takata Corp.
It seems every household appliance is getting some smarts these days, meaning some connection to a phone app and the broader Internet. But then what?
It is in traffic court reformers say that low-income drivers sometimes saw their lives upended by minor infractions that led to larger problems.
Video surveillance shows the suspect on the floor near the store entrance, clutching his chest. As concerned citizens checked on him, another man walked out of the store with the cart.