Five passengers were traveling on I-80 early Sunday morning when their car lost control and smashed into the shoulder of the road.
It’s been 25 years since an Indiana teen, who was forced into the spotlight, passed away. This weekend, Fort Wayne Youtheatre turned Ryan Wh…
The icon, who is most nominated female in Grammy history, could continue with history-winning moments at Sunday’s awards show.
Some medical professionals fear the bill might offer patients false hope.
There had been an estimated 17 fatal workplace accidents in Ohio in fiscal year 2015 as of last week.
An off-duty police reserve officer who was a U.S. Army veteran has been fatally shot outside a Detroit bar.
Police say they are waiting on the return of lab and pathology results to confirm an assault.
A planned deer cull this winter at a Bloomington nature preserve has been canceled because conditions are not ideal.
New Ball State University President Paul Ferguson says the school has a refocused strategic plan that will embrace risk and expect failure.
The bill introduced last week would allow prosecutors to file charges 20 years after DNA evidence in rape and sexual battery cases is found.
Indiana lawmakers are considering proposals that would eliminate straight party-line voting on state election ballots.
Applications for fall 2015 broke the Oxford campus’ record set last year with 25,301 first-year applications.