A woman died in an early morning house fire in Warsaw Wednesday.
Many are wondering how Wednesday’s U.S. Supreme Court rulings on gay marriage will affect marriage laws in Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky. They won’t really.
A Hebron man is accused of molesting a 13-year-old boy after giving him a sleeping pill.
Massive raises for the City of Lawrenceburg’s chief of police and assistant chief are raising questions over whether or not the pay increases were given legally.
The Ripley County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for tips in tracking the people responsible for a recent series of blown up mailboxes.
The Children’s Advocacy Center of Southeastern Indiana will hold a Milestone Celebration Open House on July 15th to honor the first 1,000 children interviewed in their Center.
President Barack Obama Tuesday announced a series of executive actions to address climate change that brought immediate reaction from Indiana leaders. It could spell doom for the AEP I&M Tanners Creek Power Plant in Lawrenceburg.
Speed cameras would become illegal in Ohio under a bill that has cleared its first challenge in the state legislature.
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear is asking school districts across the state to raise their dropout age to 18-years-old.
Hoosier parents cannot surrender parenting time to avoid paying child support, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.