The scouts acted quickly when their leader had a medical emergency during a car crash.
On My Way pre-K scholarship program will give scholarships to families in need.
The company delivered more than 2,000 pounds of items like carrots, apples, onions and potatoes to Gleaners Food Bank Monday morning.
Sixty-two people injured in the 2011 stage collapse at the State Fairgrounds accepted legal settlements from state government. Now the state…
The company is expecting a record-breaking year. It’s projecting to move 290 million shipments between Black Friday and Christmas Eve.
Communities like Columbus, Indiana would see the greatest net increase of trains.
Store manager Paula Strong says a merchandise sorter found the white boxes inside velvet pouches and quickly realized what they were.
Zachary Reinders broke into his 78-year-old neighbor’s home, beat her to death with a fire poker, and then took her wallet back in August.
Shortly after 2 p.m., officers responded to the Dollar General in the 600 block of Westfield Road.
A child with a rare disease that affects about 1 in 70,000 births is getting the trip of a lifetime thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Several agents were on hand and carried out numerous boxes and a few binders at the end of their time at the office.
Twelve officers will start wearing body cameras during their shifts.
The Indiana Commission on Judicial Qualifications asked Monday for the state Supreme Court to suspend Judge Dianna Bennington with pay.
The suspect in the Monday morning shootings has been identified as 35-year-old Bradley William Stone.