Rising Sun-Ohio County Community Schools may have to consider consolidation if a proposed tax increase is defeated at the ballot box next month.
Two religious groups have formed an unlikely tag-team against Franklin County in effort to erect public displays on the Brookville courthouse lawn.
Autistic seven-year-old John Burton drowned in a creek near his Aurora home in 2011 after wandering away from his home. Federal legislation could help prevent deaths like his from occurring in the future.
A team of Republicans and Democrats are working together to draft legislation that could meet demands to clarify Indiana’s troubled Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
While Indiana is mired in a controversy over the state’s new religious freedom law potentially being used to discriminate against gay couples, neighboring Kentucky is fighting a legal battle to maintain that marriage is only between one man and one woman.
A Milan High School student-athlete has earned a $2,500 scholarship from the Indiana High School Athletic Association.
East Central High School senior Eric Harrington has been announced as the winner of the 2015 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship by the Dearborn Community Foundation.
A recently married couple loses everything in a fire the day after their wedding.
Three-year-old Jack Carpenter was hit and killed by a distracted driver on North Dearborn Road in 2010. His mother has made it her mission to prevent similar accidents.
The Indiana House Committee on Public Health has passed a measure that would institute a needle exchange program to help those with a high risk of an HIV outbreak.