Indiana businesses might soon be able to use smoking as a reason not to hire an employee.
Franklin County is again the target of an atheist group’s accusation that it is endorsing one religion over all others.
Most local schools are going for a full day Thursday, the first time since before Christmas break many have done so.
Two Harrison residents are accused of breaking into a Whitewater Township gas station.
An East Central High School student has been nominated to the U.S. Naval Academy.
A Dearborn County man is accused of possessing 48 bombs as well as several firearms during a traffic stop in Ohio.
In his letter of resignation, former Aurora Chief of Police Bryan Fields said it was a privilege to serve the City of Aurora for the past 16 years.
UPDATE: City employee Steven Kimmon continues to recover at University of Cincinnati Medican Center Wednesday, Greendale City Manager Steve Lampert tells Eagle 99.3.
After a very successful inaugural Hoosier Lottery St. Leon BBQ Smoke Fest and Chili Cook Off in September, the Hoosier Lottery will partner with the St. Leon Community Park for a multi-year commitment.
By Mike Perleberg (Undated) – Wednesday, January 8 marks the opening of the 30 day filing period for political candidates wishing to run in Indiana’s May 6 primary election. Local and state candidates must file at the appropriate office by the deadline on Friday, February 7 at noon. Most candidates running for…