Commissioner Roger Goodell says it was a `distraction’.
Hannah Wilson was from Fishers and was scheduled to graduate from Indiana University in May.
In a statement, officials explained a student who had been asked to stay off school property had returned.
It was one of the most volatile outbreaks of violence prompted by a police-involved death in the U.S. since the days of protests that follow…
A full grand opening for the BlueIndy service is anticipated to take place this summer.
Eve Guzman lost 146 pounds – more than half her weight – and has gained national attention for her incredible transformation.
“I wish I had more parents that took charge of their kids out there,” Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts said.
Man was wanted for a June 30, 2014 shooting and robbery at a Wal-Mart in Beech Grove and a separate September 10, 2014 shooting.
In 2008, a magnitude-5.4 earthquake struck northwest of Evansville. A magnitude-4.6 quake happened in 2002 in Posey County near Evansville.
Organizers of a Muncie-based basketball league that factors in classroom performance say its first season was a success.
Jennifer Bushman, author of the cookbook “Sea Change,” shares her recipe for Soft Salmon Tacos. She focuses on how easy, fun and accessible …
The crash happened near Capitol Avenue and Saint Clair Street just before 11 a.m.
The expansion is a $6.8 million investment by the company.
Driver Kiran Thapa, 32, was arrested afterwards and charged with driving while intoxicated. Police say his blood alcohol content was .19 per…
Johnson is suspected of taking $158,000 from someone in January 2014 to invest in a real estate deal.
The court should give its decision in this landmark case by July.
Hands-free devices would be allowed under the proposal for the city of South Bend.
The trooper says that when the truck went off the ramp, into a grassy knoll and rolled onto its side.
There are straws. There are cookies. And, in the case of Starbucks’ latest promotion, there are cookie straws.
The nuts were distributed nationwide through retail stores and mail order under the Good Sense brand.
Signs that say “Vote Yes” for Perry Schools have popped up all over the area.