Dearborn County Hospital is set to host its 36th annual Health-A-Fair.
A Union man is accused of physically abusing a two-year-old child who was under his care.
INDOT will close a lane of Main Street in Brookville on Thursday morning.
The Indiana House of Representatives is in favor of a bill that would provide protections for drivers when transporting wood products.
An Indiana lawmaker is taking aim at the state's growing drug epidemic.
The Ohio County Historical Society and the Sunshine Stitchers announce the annual Rising Sun QuiltFest.
Some southeastern Indiana voters are likening Republicans Luke Messer and Todd Young to the title character in children’s look-and-find book Where’s Waldo?
When your school becomes a National Blue Ribbon School, it earns a few perks.
The average high temperature and the number of local home sales to start 2017 have one thing in common: they are both well above the figures witnessed at the beginning of 2016.
Students who fall under former President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program will still be welcome at Indiana's universities despite a planned ban on sanctuary campuses.