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2 hrs ago | WTHR-TV Indianapolis
A sophomore at Columbus North High School has been expelled, but isn't expected to face criminal charges, after a teacher found a hit list of more than a dozen female students.
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5 hrs ago | Daily Reporter
A former teacher at the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired has pleaded guilty to a single count of sexual misconduct with a minor after allegedly having sex with a student.
9 hrs ago | Evansville Courier & Press
Sevier County Sheriff's Office deputies, members of the state Fire Marshal's Office, the University of Tennessee Anthropology Department and several fire departments spent five days searching through the debris for Tyveon Temple's remains.
11 hrs ago | WTHR-TV Indianapolis
The Indiana Department of Revenue is asking some taxpayers due refunds to take an online quiz to verify their identities as part of an effort to stop criminals filing bogus tax returns.
14 hrs ago | WISH-TV Indianapolis
The Indiana Department of Transportation is warning motorists in southwestern Indiana they may soon encounter delays from oversized loads delivering beams for bridges on the Interstate 69 extension project.
An investment firm is offering $26 million to take over an Indiana company that supplied limestone to the Empire State Building, the Pentagon and other iconic buildings.
South Bend is considering a comprehensive smoking ban ordinance that would prevent people from smoking in any indoor business, including bars and clubs.
Attorneys for Indiana and five couples who filed a lawsuit challenging the state's ban on same-sex marriage will ask a federal judge next week to resolve the case - with each side seeking a ruling in its favor.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. PHD, Inc., a supplier of automation components for manufacturers worldwide, announced plans today to expand its operations here, creating up to 22 new jobs by 2017.
Some teenagers are traveling to Rome for the ceremony during which the namesake of their Indianapolis school will be declared a saint.
Charter and voucher proponents have prevailed in pushing their agenda because they've been able to present the simplest message: Parents deserve a choice.
An 18-year-old southern Indiana woman has pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge in connection with a house fire that killed three young siblings.
Indiana's universities can continue their consideration of race in the college admissions process, unaffected by today's Supreme Court decision to uphold Michigan's statewide ban on affirmative action.
The city's largest beer bar with 130 kegs, tapping everything from Indiana to international brews, will open this summer in Broad Ripple.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved disaster aid for 19 Indiana counties hit by a January storm that brought paralyzing snow and frigid readings.
The Indiana Department of Workforce Development says the state's unemployment rate is now down to 5.9 percent, it's lowest point since July of 2008.
One of three teenagers charged in the deaths of three southern Indiana children in a house fire changed her not guilty plea to a guilty plea on Tuesday on a charge of conspiracy to commit arson.