Governor Mike Pence and #BoycottIndiana both trended nationwide on social media Friday. Powerful players in the tech industry have spoken ou…
Bus driver Harlan Jenifer says the girl swung her legs in a seat as she chanted, “All I want is a slushie.”
We were told the matter has been handed off to a signal engineer, but there was no timetable on when the inspection would happen.
Investigators say the victim, who is hearing impaired and has blurred vision, was leaving her apartment and walking to the bus stop at Bolto…
Organizers tell The Republic they’re hoping to have 6,000 to 7,000 participants on the course this year.
According to the Office of the Indiana Attorney General, TLC Home Healthcare in Lafayette owes more than $123,000 in unpaid taxes.
According to a police report, the driver was not arrested and is not facing any charges.
He was able to get a behind the scenes look at some the technology and equipment that project the images and pictures at the IMAX theater.
On Friday, those who live in the 46218 zipcode gathered to hear from the nephew of slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Lisa Brown with the Victims Assistance Unit put together a list of resources, meetings and counseling sessions.
Notre Dame and Kentucky are set to tip-off at 8:49 Saturday evening.
“I’m very disappointed in my adopted home state of Indiana.”
Both the Eagles and the Panthers want to cement their own legacies in IHSAA basketball history.
400 pallets of wooden panels arrived this morning from Idaho in a journey that wasn’t always easy.
Once on the side of the home, he pulled the mother, children and the family dog out of the burning house.
The ads are part of a $250,000 campaign to sway members of the state Senate.
Fire officials say Assistant Chief Rick Backs was practicing ropes and knots with his crew, when he tied his rope into a noose and tossed it…
Ashley Hagan and her roommate are victims of the third residential burglary in Fishers this month.
The supreme Court of Cassation overturned last year’s convictions by a Florence appeals court, and declined to order another trial.
Last year, the state unveiled its new slogan “Honest to Goodness Indiana” and now, in the wake of the religious freedom bill, it certainly s…
According to state officials, the website was not hacked.