3 hrs ago | The Town Talk
A Greenfield police corporal wants to keep a personalized Fraternal Order of Police plate that has adorned his personal vehicle since 2010 - but that was recently revoked by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
4 hrs ago | Daily Reporter
It will likely be months before a judge rules on whether to order a retrial for the man convicted of killing an Indiana University student who disappeared during a 2000 bike ride.
8 hrs ago | WTHR-TV Indianapolis
A new Indiana law that will create standards of care and open opportunities for midwives is winning praise from supporters of home births.
8 hrs ago | SFGate
Jeffersonville CityPride, a local steel production company, and students from Spring Hill and Maple elementary schools have created a new garden at Warder Park that pays tribute to the city's namesake.
10 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
An editor at The Herald Bulletin in Anderson no doubt wishes he would have pondered a little before posting a Facebook commentary that called into question the wisdom of the Oklahoma tornado victims -- many of whom were still suffering the effects of the deadly storm.
13 hrs ago | Daily Reporter
Chesterfield deputy fire chief Mark Carman tells The Herald Bulletin that the blaze might have been sparked when one of the homeowner's six cats knocked over the lamp, shattering the bulb.
14 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
As the salaries of various local CEOs have been published and the focus of media attention recently, we thought it might be an opportune time to address the issue of compensation for some very important Hoosier leaders.
As Thursday's news rippled across Indiana that the Boy Scouts of America decided to allow gay Scouts, members Brian Kolozsvari and Daniel Jackson remained unshaken in their views of whether the decision was right for the 103-year-old organization.
One of Indiana's largest health systems says it's cutting an undisclosed number of jobs by June 30 because of increasing economic and competitive pressure on the health care industry.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is urging congressional leaders to bring a revived federal media shield law to a vote on the floors of the U.S. House and Senate.
A southern Indiana counselor for troubled youth has admitted to having sex with a 14-year-old boy she was supposed to be helping.
More than 700 people attended Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana's 11th annual Lapper & Survivors Day event to help raise money for people with all types of cancer.
Warren Hoosier, a 13-year member of the Marion County Sheriff's Office, inappropriately touched a female inmate that was in his custody as he escorted her within the jail last Friday, authorities said.
The new owner of a northern Indiana factory that builds ambulances has decided to shut it down, eliminating 165 jobs.
Two U.K. government officials say a brutal attack that left one man dead near a London military barracks appears to have been motivated by radical Islam.
Gov. Mike Pence said today Indiana must complete I-69 into Marion County, arguing that it will cement this state's identity as the "Crossroads of America." And, he told reporters later, it will be done without imposing tolls.
The first big NBA draft question was answered Tuesday night when the Cavaliers won the lottery for the No.