July 9, Stoffel presented three-year-old Wyatt Schmaltz with a badge and uniform at the Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. Stoffel…
In a press conference on Wednesday, General R. Martin Umbarger announced that the allegations against Col. Augustine were not substantiated.…
State records now show more than 37,500 Indiana businesses have had their business licenses revoked due to outstanding tax debt.
CEO Dan Evans said Indianapolis has hospitals that could help the VA, and they aren’t full.
The ruling comes less than a week after the agency requested the stay while it appeals to the Indiana Supreme Court.
Those who want to get rid of old, unwanted prescription drugs will soon be able to do so year-round at many pharmacies throughout the state.
House Veterans Affairs Committee to hear from IU Health CEO on how their practices might help the VA make better use of their resources.
On the 911 call, a man can be heard saying, “If I get arrested I will beat your (expletive) and kill you.”
A plan to randomly drug test students in Zionsville has been tabled thee times by the school board.
As Zionsville considers randomly drug testing its students, 24-Hour News 8 reached out to other area school systems to see what their polici…
If the Indiana Supreme Court agrees to take up the issue, it may direct lawmakers to rewrite the law or remove vanity plates as an option.
Indiana and Wisconsin have requested that all 10 judges on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals hear the cases.
July is not turning out to be “dog days of summer” month most people expect.
IPCA officials say the current law “lacks common sense” and want other businesses to have a piece of the market.