Population growth in many of Indiana's suburban communities was still not back up to speed in 2012, according to a new study out of Indiana University.
A pickup truck believed to be connected to a local missing person case was found submerged in North Hogan Creek Wednesday evening. UPDATE: A relative has identified the missing person as an Aurora-area man.
The Indiana Attorney General, representing the State of Indiana, has asked that the Indiana Supreme Court uphold the conviction of a blogger who ridiculed a Dearborn County judge.
A local lawmaker’s bill referred to as “Drug Testing for Welfare” has passed another hurdle at the Indiana Statehouse. State Rep. Jud McMillin (R-Brookville) said he had an encounter with one of the bill's opponents following Wednesday's Senate committee vote.
Governor Mike Pence is defending the Hoosier state after Ohio's governor “trash talked” Indiana in a speech.
Like many of their counterparts around the world, Indiana Catholics are celebrating the selection of a new pope. Archbishop of Indianapolis Joseph Tobin admitted he was surprised, but pleased with the choice to have Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina lead the church.
A Hebron father whose conviction for manslaughter in the death of his infant daughter was overturned on appeal is now pleading guilty.
If passed in its current form, Senate Bill 528 would have a negative impact on southeast Indiana’s casinos, as well as the governments and organizations who depend on casino tax revenues, a new report argues.
Specialty license plates in Indiana are closer to facing new restrictions.
Indiana crop insurance payouts for losses during last year's drought have reached a record $1 billion.