The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently certified that workers who have been or may become totally or partially separated from Aurora Funeral Solutions.
The Indiana Department of Education is aiming to ensure that all Hoosier students learn in an environment that is safe and welcoming.
Eighteen graduates of the class of 2016 each received a $500 scholarship from the DCH Foundation High School Senior Scholarship Program.
Three local educators have been nominated to attend a court and history program hosted by the Indiana Supreme Court.
A Franklin County couple has been arrested on a number of drug related charges.
A lawmaker from Indiana is being honored for authoring a bill that benefits older Americans and their families.
Friday, August 26 was the deadline for school board candidates in the state to file with their local county clerk of courts office.
A false license plate allowed Batesville Police to make a drug bust last week.
Cattle owners in southeastern Indiana are invited to attend a public meeting about the current bovine tuberculosis situation in the region.
Authorities are working to ID human remains found in the Ohio River.