Three people were killed and two were injured following a crash in Vermillion County on Friday.
The man plead guilty in a brutal, drug-related killing that happened in March of 2012.
Improvements to Therma-Tru Doors will add 105 jobs to the plant’s current workforce.
Indiana lawmakers return to the Statehouse Tuesday to work on crafting a new two-year budget.
The number of female lawmakers is up slightly from 100 at the close of the last Congress.
President Barack Obama is aiming to set the agenda for the new year on his terms despite emboldened Republicans who feel their victory in November’s elections given them a mandate to rein him in.
If passed, this new bill would allow small businesses, including bakeries, caterers, florists and wedding chapels to refuse services to gay couples.
A semi-trailer carrying less than 30,000 pounds of food went into a ditch Saturday morning on I-69.
The music festival features bands of a variety of genres from northern Indiana.
At some point during a chase, a suspect tried to run over officers, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.
Never before has the U.S. imposed sanctions on another nation in direct retaliation for a cyberattack on an American company.
An Indonesian navy ship detected the objects early Friday, and searchers later zoomed in with a Geological Survey vessel to take dimensions