When family members noticed that their loved ones bodies were not wearing the jewelry that had been sent with them to the funeral home, they asked the funeral director why the rings and necklaces were missing.
A private foundation established in 1930 is still helping the Versailles community in 2015.
Indiana’s attorney general will enter the state into a multi-state lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s rule redefining “Water of the United States.”
Indiana Democrats want more details about the public relations firm hired to help improve the state's image.
The tri-state could encounter severe weather Tuesday afternoon and continuing through much of the week.
A local legend has inspired a new festival in Vevay.
A teenager was in critical condition after an ATV accident in Franklin County last Friday, July 3.
United Way of Franklin County is pleased to announce 18 agencies or programs will share in $52,550 allotted for 2016.
Gas prices in the Tri-State are on the way down after the long Fourth of July weekend, when prices were already at their lowest for the holiday in five years, according to AAA.
Thirteen grants up to $5,000 each will benefit Ohio County organizations, schools, and governments.