17-year-old Faith Saylor describes her mother as a strong woman, a great mother, and a loyal friend.
General Motors is telling investors its next generation of electric vehicles will cost the company 30 percent less than current ones, making them profitable after the new version debuts in 2021.
Environmentalists are questioning why the public wasn’t notified about an October chemical spill into a Lake Michigan tributary that U.S. Steel asked Indiana regulators to keep confidential.
For the first time ever, Keith Winter and the Fort Wayne TinCaps Grounds Crew have won professional baseball’s “Field of the Year” award.
The non-profit organization has a goal of giving out 1,500 turkeys and hams next Tuesday and it still needs donations.
Ohio called off the execution of a condemned killer with multiple health problems on Wednesday, because members of the state’s execution team were unable to find a vein to insert an IV that would administer the lethal drugs.
As marijuana becomes legal in more and more states, the cannabis industry is looking for new ways to cash in and one company thinks coffee fits the bill.
For the second time in the last three seasons the Woodlan football program finds itself just one win away from a trip to Lucas Oil Stadium.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources wants you to consider doing more than just shopping this coming Black Friday so it’s offering some incentives to visit state parks including one for Pokagon State Park in Steuben County.
Twenty years after Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet fell in love on that doomed ship, “Titanic” is sailing back into theaters for one week.
A third Ohio pastor has been indicted on sex trafficking charges, and prosecutors say all three men worked together to entice underage girls with money in exchange for sex.
Police said the driver suffered multiple broken ribs and a collapsed lung.
It found that the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department’s costs included nearly $11,500 in overtime for tactical and traffic officers.
Three UCLA basketball players detained in China on suspicion of shoplifting returned home, where they may be disciplined by the school as a result of the international scandal.
The company tweeted a statement offering to “work with the players and league to find a positive way forward.”
The night’s action triggered speculation of a coup, but the military’s supporters praised it as a “bloodless correction.”
A central Indiana man faces charges alleging that he claimed to be an undercover agent working for Vice President Mike Pence’s security detail while threatening a hospital executive.
It’s the strongest quake in South Korea since a 5.8-magnitude occurred near the ancient city of Gyeongju, which is close to Pohang, in September 2016, Korea Meteorological Administration officials said.
H.E.L.P.’s board of directors fired director Jamie Glandon and requested the resignations of two board members who voted to have the dogs euthanized.
The former judge found a brief refuge from the political firestorm and the calls from national Republicans in elected office for him to drop out of the Alabama Senate race.
The move comes days after the Senate unanimously approved a measure requiring all senators, staff and interns to be trained on preventing sexual harassment.
Sen. Orrin Hatch, chairman of the Finance Committee, confirmed late Tuesday he was revising the bill to include repeal of the insurance mandate “to help provide additional relief to low- and middle-income families.”
The experiment was done Monday in California on 44-year-old Brian Madeux. Through an IV, he received billions of copies of a corrective gene and a genetic tool to cut his DNA in a precise spot.