The request for a judicial review argues the Allen County Plan Commission’s approval of a major truck and rail hub project was invalid.
State police and the Marion Police Department set up a checkpoint Friday night to target impaired drivers.
The ballroom will serve as a venue for private events. It’s already booked every Saturday through November.
The utility company said there has been a rise in telephone scams, beginning over the weekend and continuing into Monday.
Purdue stays at No. 11 in the Week 5 A.P Top 25 Poll.
Monday marks the 74th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor which put the United States into World War II. On December 8, 1941, FDR asked Congress to declare war.
The survey results show 80 percent of responding companies have had problems with workers abusing or misusing prescriptions drugs.
Five people working at the Middlebury RV plant were taken by ambulance to the hospital, with at least a dozen others taken by bus.
The four collected a total of $523,955 in winnings from different Hoosier Lottery games.
The new Embassy Theatre ballroom is being built on the sixth and seventh floors of the adjacent Indiana Hotel.
More than 200 shipbuilders, sailors and residents gathered to watch as the futuristic 600-foot, 15,000-ton USS Zumwalt glided past Fort Popham, accompanied by tugboats.
Around 75,000 lights are used in the display. You still have a chance to see them for yourself.
Republic Services will be closed on both Christmas and New Year’s Day.
According to GasBuddy.com. the national average has begun declining once again and could hit a new six-plus year low on Monday if it drops to $2.025 a gallon.
This will be the third terror alert system put in place by DHS since the September 2001 terrorist attacks.
Keurig’s shares rose more than 74 percent in premarket trading Monday after it was purchased by private equity firm JAB Holding Co.
Police found Pendleton escapee Charles R. Adams in Steuben County.
Pictures of the artists nominated for awards at the 58th Grammys which will be shown live on WANE-TV.
GM says the Envision will meet high quality and safety standards set for the Buick brand. Spokesman Patrick Morrissey says it’s not economically feasible to build the SUV in another country at current sales projections.