Now that fall has arrived, our Tour for the Cure Awesome October Giveaway is returning for another year of fun.
Hamilton County Commissioners are being asked to decide whether taxpayers should foot part of the bill for another stadium.
Time is running out to register to vote in the November 7 general election in Ohio.
A woman has been arrested for a hit-and-run accident at the annual Canal Days festival in Metamora.
A man died Thursday, October 5 after a workplace accident at a coal ash pond at the Kentucky Utilities power plant in Ghent, Kentucky.
While the number of people applying for federal nutrition assistance has dropped slightly in Indiana, more than 14 percent of Hoosiers are still living in poverty, according to the latest report from the U.S. Census Bureau.
The Indiana Department of Transportation announced today that rural cities, towns and counties may begin submitting project applications next week for an estimated $80- to $100-million in federal transportation funding.
The question of what to do about runoff from concentrated animal-feeding operations, known as CAFOs, continues to be a topic of debate in Indiana.
They are not just any old quilts. They are Quilts of Valor which were gifted to four Purple Heart recipients during Lawrenceburg Fall Fest.
South Ripley is one of three school corporations to benefit from approximately $15,000 in grant money from the Rising Sun Regional Foundation to the Dearborn County Hospital athletic trainer program.