Nine counts were dropped in exchange for the guilty plea in a case where two young children say they were forced to perform sex acts.
The information was disclosed in a consumer complaint filed by the Indiana Attorney General’s Office December 16, 2014.
An Indianapolis lawmaker is now promising quick action after an appeals court declared the state’s ban on synthetic drugs unconstitutional.
Danette J. Emerick, 53, of Hoagland is facing felony theft charge related to an investigation that began in September.
The cloud computing arm of Amazon.com is teaming up with an energy company in Lafayette, Indiana.
A spokesman for a northern Indiana power company says seven yards in the tiny Lake Michigan community of Town of Pines are contaminated…
The Senate Education Committee unanimously approved the bill Wednesday that would allow schools to have Nativity scenes or other Yuletide de…
Pence asked the committee to give educators more freedom to innovate when it comes to job training programs.
Overall the report found the travel, tourism and hospitality industry makes up 1.5 percent of Indiana’s gross domestic product.
The New York attorney general says his office tested several products, and found four out of five bottles were not what the label said they …
The website targets private-sector leaders in countries already experiencing business success in Indiana.
Experts say with feed prices in 2015 expected to be the lowest in five years, higher weights will likely continue,
This year the bill takes it further, allowing religious displays on town and city properties.
House members voted 97-0 Tuesday to prohibit the bits of plastic known as microbeads, which are often too small to see with the naked eye.