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American Red Cross members from Indiana as Indiana Task Force One will be helping in Texas.
Thursday marked exactly one year since a tornado ripped through Kokomo, destroying homes and damaging businesses throughout the city.
Hunter’s funeral will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in the gym at Columbus East High School, where he graduated in 2011.
“I get to go home now and get out my pinhole box and look at the eclipse from there,” one student boarding a bus said.
People are flocking to Indianapolis for a big weekend with Gen Con 50 and the Indiana State Fair.
The Clinton County Prosecutor’s Office said charges against Sierra would be announced on Friday.
The city has a list of about 175 vacant homes they hope to demolish, according to a city spokesperson.
Musicians from across the world are marching into Lucas Oil Stadium this weekend for the Drum Corps International World Championships.
A county health employee said she hopes a nonprofit can step in and take over the needle exchange.
From Subway pitchman Jared Fogle to “Brian Kil,” state police have helped solve some of the U.S.’s most high-profile cybercrimes.
Police arrested the property owner, 59-year-old Gregory Traylor.
IMPD Lt. Michael Bruin: “I want to say to Deputy Chief James Waters Jr. thank you for your service and the honor has been all ours.”
Morgan County Fair and 4-H Association President Brian Ringer said the Freak Out is perfectly legal, and he hasn’t had any thoughts about no…
The stands were empty Monday where thousands of fans once cheered on the Colts.