State police are looking for a man who injured an Indiana Department of Transportation worker at a site near Bourbon, Ind.
According to court documents obtained by TMZ, a judge ruled Hardy is not mentally competent to stand trial for an incident in May of 2014.
President Barack Obama says he is “very grateful” that North Korea has released the last two Americans in its custody.
Obama said at a White House ceremony Saturday that it’s “pretty hard to be more qualified” for the job of attorney general than Lynch.
The names of the victims were released by the Paulding County Coroner’s Office Saturday morning.
The Go Red for Women Luncheon helps raise funds and awareness for a disease that is the number one killer of women in the U.S.
Headwaters Counseling is hosting the 20th annual Chocolate Extravaganza at IPFW’s International Ballroom on November 14.
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Terre Haute has signed a contract to provide sludge from its wastewater treatment plant to Powerdyne Terre Haute Holdings.
Delaware County residents who use ambulances will soon see increased fees, but they have options for keeping costs down.
A northern Indiana man has been found guilty in the 1993 strangulation death of a 16-year-old girl authorities said refused to date him.
The Indiana Supreme Court has asked attorneys for the state and IBM Corp. to consider mediation to settle their dispute.