Firefighters were dispatched to the Amos Yoder family run sawmill at County Road West 300 South and Whitley Road around 11:30 p.m. Monday.
The Indiana Historical Society’s new online resource documents 61 early farming settlements that black settlers had founded by 1870
A team developed a spreadsheet with sections for personal and business information.
Alexis Fairchild and Sidney Good were on vacation in July of 2013 when their parasail line snapped, sending them flying into a hotel balcony…
The proposal would require the agency to create an internal audit group that would deliver an annual report to the Auditor of State.
Demonstrators at the Statehouse ask lawmakers to consider bills raising the minimum wage.
The Indiana Attorney General’s Telephone Privacy Division received nearly 13,500 complaints in 2014 about unwanted calls.
Indiana became a right to work state three years ago and now there’s a new effort to reduce the influence of labor unions in this state.
That campaign will debut in late April as part of Gov. Mike Pence’s challenge to get Indiana companies to add 10,000 internships.
The man who went on a robbery spree in Fort Wayne in 2014 was sentenced Monday morning.
A plan to use online open-source curricula for more classes at Purdue University starting this fall could collectively save students up to $…
The bill cuts ISTEP from 12 hours to 9 hours
A southern Indiana church that a deadly 2012 tornado destroyed has reopened to its congregation after nearly three years.
Legislation is in the works to make sure more coaches are trained to recognize concussions.