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Russ Shoaf was teaching a rescue class to a group of firefighters on Sept. 11, 2001.
26-year-old Drew Schwier was a passionate sports fan who sold vintage hats and jerseys out of his home.
Hurricane Irma is forcing several Indiana couples to drastically change or reschedule their weddings, including a WISH-TV reporter and his f…
Six Indiana Task Force 1 members are assigned to help people in Hurricane Irma’s path.
A deputy said this kind of case is new to the Boone County Sheriff’s Office.
Eddie Moralez left from Indianapolis on Friday and has been gutting homes and removing mold from homes.
A World War II veteran in Columbus is earning the French Legion of Honor, France’s highest order of military or civil merits.
People can also drop off food, toiletries and clothes for victims at the Artistry Apartments, 451 E. Market St.
Economic experts say Hurricane Harvey could hit Hoosiers in their wallets.
Sheriff Matt Myers said his team has recorded more than a dozen overdose deaths around the county so far this year.
Charles Maltbie, a regional disaster officer for the Indianapolis office of American Red Cross, is overseeing a mega-shelter in Houston.
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.