A judge on Thursday had ruled the city’s protest regulations would unconstitutionally infringe on people’s right to freedom of expression.
A 34-year-old Anderson man has pleaded guilty to charges that he phoned in a bomb threat to the Madison County Clerk’s office last month.
The plan won’t face a vote this year but, like other elements of Ryan’s agenda, provides a template for potential action next year.
Obama said the monument would “tell the story of our struggle for LGBT rights” and of a civil rights movement that became a part of America.
Police say the group traveled from Fort Wayne to La Porte County in order to sell methamphetamine.
See the corvette at car shows in the area now through September 4, 2016.
State health officials are urging Hoosiers to learn their HIV status.
Metal detectors and scanning wands could be in use at the 13,000-seat Memorial Coliseum by the end of the year.
An Indiana State Trooper pulled over a van for following another vehicle too closely on Thursday and after a K-9 detected the presence of drugs, a search of the vehicle turned up LSD, pot, meth, cocaine and prescription drugs.
With stores selling fireworks popping up in advance of the July 4th holiday, Indiana State Fire Marshal Jim Greeson is urging residents to make sure they know what’s legal and what’s not when it comes to setting them off.
Wild turkeys were once considered extinct in Indiana due to overhunting and habitat loss, but they’re now found in all 92 of the state’s counties.
Homelessness is down 10 percent overall in Indiana since 2010. Officials also found a 39 percent decrease in families identified as being chronically homeless.
The streaking blaze that burned at least 80 homes and other buildings northeast of Bakersfield around Lake Isabella came just as many others across western states were calming.
At least two fatalities related to the flooding were reported after storms rolled into West Virginia early Thursday and continued throughout the day leaving thousands without power and several roads impassable.
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U.S. stocks were on track for their biggest losses since August.
Prime Minister David Cameron, who had led the campaign to keep Britain in the EU, said he would resign by October when his Conservative Party holds its annual conference.
The TinCaps opened up the second half of their season with a 4-0 win over the Bowling Green Hot Rods (Tampa Bay Rays) on Thursday night at Bowling Green Ballpark. The game was called during the top of the seventh after a tornado warning and a thunderstorm encroached on southcentral Kentucky.
The walk is set to begin at the Unity Barbershop located on 921 Pontiac Street at 9.a.m. The group will march downtown to the Martin Luther King bridge.
The National Weather Service said two tornadoes, an EF-1 and EF-2, touched down near Majenica and Markle early Thursday morning.
Of the roughly 4.5 million immigrants President Barack Obama’s plan would help, a local leader said more than half of those are from the Latino community.
An IPFW Political Science professor is saying the UK leaving the European Union could have a negative rebound effect on Northeast Indiana.
Heritage’s Emma Fifer signed to play softball at Wright State’ Lake Campus on Thursday afternoon.