In large part due to a lawsuit filed by an atheist organization, there is now a permitting process in place for people or groups who want to put displays on the Franklin County Courthouse lawn.
Indiana Conservation Officers continue trying to get a batch of stolen tree stands back to the deer hunters they belong to.
A Green Township man is under arrest for allegedly plotting to set off bombs at the U.S. Capitol.
UPDATE: Southeast Indiana residents can bend the ear of their state legislators on January 24 in Rising Sun and Dillsboro.
The program offers students 13 to 18 years old the chance to visit the Statehouse and see a full day of legislative activity.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has sided with a woman accused of pulling the trigger in the murder of Milan resident Nancy Hershman.
The Ripley County Community Foundation (RCCF) has a mission to be a viable and enduring charitable source for the people and non-profit organizations of Ripley County and knows that to fulfill that mission RCCF needs to connect philanthropists with charitable organizations serving the county.
Parents at William Henry Harrison High School went to class Tuesday evening on the dangers sexting activity poses to their teens.
Plans for an expansion of the Dearborn County Courthouse in Lawrenceburg are being put on hold – for now – over concerns that architects’ proposals may be more than what is needed.
We know that Lauren Hill has inspiring people across the country. Now, her efforts to combat pediatric brain cancer are being recognized in our nation’s capitol.