Police documented alleged crimes, from vandalism and vague threats to at least one physical attack. Insults and taunts were delivered by adults, college students and even children.
People logging into Facebook have received disturbing – and untrue – news. The social media network is accidentally telling people they are dead.
Two women whose husbands died by suicide are coming together with the VA to help other families dealing with PTSD and suicide.
Jackson Kent, Abby Johnston, and Abbie Young put pen to paper on Friday afternoon as the swimming standouts at Carroll signed for college.
The Saints won state this past Saturday down in New Castle by five points.
Flint says police officers will accompany those posting notices.
For this week’s installment of the Bicentennial Minute, we take a look at the life of Indiana’s only Saint, Theodore Guerin.
The Indiana governor told about 200 people that he and others who didn’t serve in the military should be especially grateful to those like his father and his son.
The LaGrange County man was waterfowl hunting in Noble County when his canoe flipped and capsized early Thursday morning.
Among other things, Ditlow’s work helped lead to the passage of the federal “lemon law” empowering consumers to force automakers to take back faulty vehicles.
Two Hispanic boys in Columbus have twice been intimidated with chants of “build that wall,” including on Election Day.
In an online interview with his grandson Dylan Redford, the 80-year-old star says he’s getting tired of acting.
The Indianapolis YMCA serves about 120,000 veterans who live in the area.
The Fort Wayne women’s basketball team hosted its annual Fitness Day game in front of over 500 elementary school kids, but the Mastodons were unable to take down defending Ohio Valley Conference Champion Belmont, falling 85-59.
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FWCS honored veterans with various assemblies, donations, and fundraisers. Brentwood Elementary hosted an assembly with a flag ceremony with the 122nd Fighter Wing Honor Guard.
On the heels of Trump’s upset victory this week, the Republican’s team has been scrambling to identify people for top White House jobs and Cabinet posts.
Police describe the marijuana confiscated after a traffic stop as “high grade’ with an estimated value of $400,000.
The website will accept resumes and also share information related to the transition to new leadership in the state capital.
Sunday marks one year since 130 people were killed and 368 wounded in a series of terror attacks in Paris, France.
The fire erupted in an alley behind a shopping complex.
Six in 10 Americans say they get at least some news from social media , mostly Facebook.
The demonstrations stretched into a third straight night Thursday and came to a head in Portland, Oregon, where thousands of marchers chanted, “We reject the president-elect!”