Indiana FCA is bringing Benjamin Watson to Fort Wayne for a Night of Hope on May 2.
Mourners from the top ranks of Washington and Hollywood paid final tribute to former First Lady Nancy Reagan on Friday.
Oakland Athletics general manager David Forst says it is too early to tell if Parker will pitch again.
Purdue reserve center Isaac Haas scored 16 points on 8-of-9 shooting and the No. 13 Boilermakers crushed Illinois 89-58 Friday in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals.
A semi and a car burst into flames following the crash late Friday afternoon in Kosciusko County.
Indiana lawmakers wrapped with their 2016 10-week session session this week.
VooDoo BBQ & Grill is scheduled to open its second Indiana location inside Hoosier Park’s off track betting parlor in April.
The team cut ties on Friday with the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner after two disappointing, drama-filled seasons.
Kameron Chatman made a 3-pointer with 0.2 seconds left to give Michigan a 72-69 upset over No. 10 Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals on Friday.
Three lanes on south Clinton Street have been blocked as crews start repairing the section of road.
If Pence chooses not to sign the measure, it would still go into law unless he vetoes it.
Two days after six people were killed at a backyard cookout, police still have a lot of questions.
The business man was convicted of using a northern Indiana company to steal hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The hosptial officially received full cycle V accreditation from the accreditation review committee of the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care
The lawsuits claims the farms became a nuisance to neighbors and operated inhumanely and negligently.
Virginia is one of at least eight states that allow electrocutions, but currently gives inmates the choice of lethal injection or the electric chair.
The twice-a-day drug is part of a new wave of medications that fight disease by targeting specific genes found in certain patients.
After abandoning plans announced in 2009 to replace the facility, VA built a stand-alone mental health clinic and began remodeling parts of the medical center.
Steve Carter was elected as Indiana’s attorney general in 2000 and served two terms.