Investigators believe the fire at the Tippecanoe County Fairgrounds was intentionally set.
50-year-old Scott Ruse was trying to rob his parents so he could buy drugs.
The operator said the fire destroyed the shelter’s files and computers, but she said its efforts won’t stop.
The Anderson Kmart store will close by early October
The officer became distracted by a “situation” with his newborn child.
The new law has people discussing what to do to protect some of Indiana’s most vulnerable people.
An Indiana Republican social media post backfired this week after it went viral for the opposite intention.
Authorities say drug-laced gummy bears are responsible for sickening a group of young people in northern Indiana.
The Indiana Blood Center is calling the supply critically low, the lowest it’s been in more than a year.
The resqme tool — think “rescue me” — weights less than an ounce, but packs a punch.
The project had been a public-private partnership, but now the state is taking over.
State Sen. Luke Kenley, a Republican from Noblesville, announced he’s retiring after 25 years.
The Indianapolis-based drugmaker and the school announced the five-year agreement on Thursday.
For years, the World Health Organization has recommended bathing delays of up to 24 hours for newborns,