Burritos, bowls, tacos, and salads will soon be served up at a new fast food restaurant in Aurora.
An estimated 11 percent of Indiana residents have Type II diabetes, and during American Diabetes Month in November health experts are spreading the word about the importance of prevention.
Attorney John Schuerman is a member of the Board of Directors for the ITLA and attended the Annual Institute.
Lauren Hill’s jersey will hang in the rafters of the Lawrenceburg High School gymnasium when the new facility opens next year.
The local unit of the Salvation Army recently kicked off its primary fund raising drive, the red kettle campaign.
A sure sign of the holiday season’s arrival in southeast Indiana is now open.
Some of Indiana's leaders have voiced outspoken opposition to the Environmental Protection Agency's proposed first-ever limits on carbon pollution from power plants, but a new poll indicates a majority of voters don't share those views.
A line of strong rainstorms packing high winds have left many tri-state homes and businesses without electricity.
A Ripley County woman was hurt in a crash near the Hanover College campus.
A 55 day bridge closure in Batesville has come to an end, but work at the site continues.