The lawsuit seeks compensation for medical expenses, lost income and other damages.
Austin Scott agreed Thursday to plead guilty to murder and felony murder in exchange for life in prison without parole.
The seven-member Judicial Nominating Commission will review applications and interview candidates in Indianapolis after the first of the yea…
Three Indiana State University students ended a brief hunger strike on Wednesday
Two-hundred-sixty schools and school corporations across the state will benefit from the funds.
The move that begins next March is intended to raise the profile of the session.
State Police said last month they had received a tip that the teen’s body may be in the lake east of Ferdinand.
The BBB launched the Scam Tracker earlier this year and now all BBB’s nationwide decided to get on board.
Wednesday afternoon students, staff, parents and veterans filled the gymnasium for the annual Veteran’s Day celebration.
In all, Cedar Canyon’s Veterans Day program welcomed 81 veterans of more than 10 wars.
The Indiana General Assembly this year approved $37.5 million in state funding as a matching allocation for the project.
Jason T. Saam of Van Wert, Ohio, confessed to taking the weapon and told officers they could find it in his home.
An Elkhart County judge dismissed the suit Oct. 22 and ordered the two sides to pay their own costs and attorneys’ fees.
The lawsuit would come to an end if the motion to dismiss is granted by U.S. District Judge Robert Miller.