When Indiana’s prison population exceeds its capacity, the state will need more adult male secured cell houses because of the longer sentences expected.
The officer was fatally shot when transporting his accused shooter in the back of a police SUV to jail.
Republican Gov. Nikki Haley made a bold public statement: The gunman “absolutely” should be put to death.
A gunman opened fire on a block party in Philadelphia, leaving seven people injured, including a 2-year-old and a 10-year-old.
Investigators said an SUV rear-ended a motorcycle north of Ashley early Sunday morning.
Despite grim circumstances the congregation has been faced with, the welcoming spirit Roof exploited before the shooting is still alive, church members said.
Everyone is asked to stay off the rivers until the water has receded back to normal levels.
Just one strike from a perfect game, Max Scherzer saw it slip away with a misplaced slider. Or, some thought, a misplaced elbow.
The TinCaps beat the Bowling Green Hot Rods, 5-1, on Saturday night at Parkview Field. A sellout crowd of 7,751 saw Fort Wayne win its third consecutive game and clinch its fifth straight series victory at home.
Within about 15 minutes, firefighters had four rafts in the water searching for the swimmer.
UPDATE: The dam at Roush Lake will be opened again at 9 a.m. on Sunday. Water levels on the Wabash are expected to rise similar to Saturday morning’s levels.
Dozens of emergency responders searched for three missing tubers for nearly two hours. The men ended up at the Bluffton Police Department.
The Northside Neighborhood Association was created in 1975 to help build a park.
Kate’s Kart hosted a free event in Leo to thank its volunteers, donors and anyone whose received a book since it started seven years ago.
Blood donations are always needed. It’s a resource that no technology can artificially produce.
Indiana is seeking the cancellation of the company’s “unlawful contracts,” restitution for customers and civil penalties of up to $5,000 per violation.
Conservation officers faced treacherous conditions in their searches because heavy rains have left the river rain-swollen.
More than 40 coaches from the area participated in a nationwide program focused on football safety and preventing concussions.
Miss Indiana, Grethen Reece, who will be competing to be Miss USA in Louisiana, stopped by the studio.