Three juveniles were injured in a school bus crash in Franklin County on Tuesday.
Late Versailles High School and South Ripley High School teacher, coach, and principal William “Gus” Moorhead penned a column in the local newspapers for 15 years. Those columns are now featured in a new book published by Moorhead's grandson.
There is a way for Hoosiers who love the outdoors to help those who don't have enough to eat during the holidays.
The Ripley County Community Foundation is getting a new home.
A Lawrenceburg restaurant will forego profits in order to serve needy families and individuals on Thanksgiving Eve.
INDOT reminds Hoosiers to travel safely and plan more driving time during the busy Thanksgiving travel holiday.
Stemming the opioid epidemic, encouraging Hoosiers to seek job training, and perhaps legalizing Sunday alcohol sales highlight Indiana lawmakers’ 2018 to-do list.
Legislative Democrats will meet next week to select their new leader in the Indiana House of Representatives.
A marijuana-derived oil that's used as medicine for treating people with epilepsy is illegal in Indiana with one limited exception, the state's attorney general said Tuesday in an advisory opinion.
The truck driver involved in a crash that shut down State Road 1 in Dearborn County says he veered off the roadway to avoid a vehicle.