There’s a new man in charge of the Indiana National Guard.
A house fire may have started in the attic of a home in Dillsboro on Monday morning.
Indiana schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz is expected to announce a run for governor this week.
Thousands participated in Saturday’s Mud-Stash obstacle course race at Perfect North Slopes.
A Milan man is facing up to five years in prison and a $5,000 fine if he’s convicted of allegations that he tried to have sex with a teenage girl.
June 2 marks the 25th anniversary of a day in history that residents of Bright and Harrison may never forget.
A makeup date has been announced for the World of Outlaws event at Lawrenceburg Speedway that was postponed due to rain on May 25.
Indiana Department of Transportation maintenance crews will fog seal sections of U.S. Highway 52 next week in Franklin County that were recently chip sealed as part of INDOT Seymour District’s pavement preservation program.
As Lawrenceburg High School’s new gymnasium gets closer to completion, another project has started to further upgrade the school’s athletic facilities.
Prestigious National Merit Scholarships are being awarded to three southeast Indiana students.