Attorney Kenneth J. Allen said Friday the defendants agreed to pay about $39 million to settle claims.
Police have arrested a 19-year-old man for the murder of another man on the city’s northeast side back in 2012.
Noblesville school officials did not identify the teacher.
A Marion County Sheriff’s Office sergeant will be terminated at the end of the month following a rape investigation, according to police.
David McCollum will be placed on electronic monitoring for two years and must pay $168.50 in court costs.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana is seeking a preliminary injunction on behalf of the Madison, Wisconsin-based Freedom from Rel…
71-year-old Roger Perdue was apprehended Dec. 12 in Kokomo, Indiana, where he had been living with his wife under an assumed name.
The initiative raised more than $25,000 to help aid hunger relief operations throughout Indianapolis.
The doctor said there was a very good chance the baby would be blind or partially blind due to the retinal hemorrhages.
A top adviser to Gov. Mike Pence has resigned to take a job at the University of Texas.
Two of the deaths were in Minnesota. The others were in Texas and California.
Creditors are selling off the inventory of Aronstam Jewelers to help pay off debts.
Spokesman Rick Carroll said Thursday that he’s found diamond rings, silver bars and four-leaf clovers but has never heard of a tooth donatio…
The Speedway Redevelopment Commission and Speedway Rosner LLC have agreed to renovate the Rosner building.
The clinics will be managed with Premier Health. The first will open in 2015.
The South Bend Tribune and ESPN had both filed public access complaints over Notre Dame’s refusal to release campus police incident reports.
A Shelbyville woman suffered head injuries Thursday during a head-on crash in Decatur County.
The university reported Thursday that it’s seen a 10 percent increase in first-year student applications compared with the same time last ye…
The court upheld Indiana’s public intoxication statute that makes it a misdemeanor if a person is drunk in a public place and “harasses, ann…
Two IU professors have been awarded a $1.2 million grant to try to improve the privacy of people captured by wearable cameras.
A vigil is planned for Friday evening to remember Antenia Young and to try to find out who is responsible for the hit and run.