An email was sent out on Saturday to notify officers of the new policy and it’s not sitting well with some officers.
One worker took more than 200 calls in his first five hours of work.
Bad weather put two Indiana State Troopers in a potentially bad spot this weekend when they were hit while responding to weather-related acc…
Whitestown and Zionsville are both offering use of their municipal buildings as meeting places to give people peace of mind if they buy or s…
The Department of Code Enforcement is reminding residents and business owners: clear your walks or face a fine.
Around 45 restaurants are expected to participate in the event.
According to police, an Anderson man is in jail after an investigation revealed the man had molested a young girl.
Three owners of several local Mexican restaurants were convicted and sentenced Monday after pleading guilty to not reporting millions of dol…
The Fight for Air Climb is scheduled for March 14 at the Chase Tower in downtown Indianapolis.
According to police, two children were abducted at gunpoint from their home at 1215 LaSalle St. at 3 a.m. Monday.
Dispatchers in Muncie are among those nationally who often aren’t able to quickly pinpoint the location of many 911 calls from cellphones.
“Today you are you! That is truer than true! There is no one alive who is you-er than you!”
A central Indiana town’s efforts to save a 100-year-old church are being stymied by a political divide created four decades ago.
State Road 135 was closed Monday at 12 p.m. for a 60-day bridge replacement project.