A man who was allegedly high on marijuana when he crashed his vehicle, killing his passenger, has been slapped with revised charges that could put him in prison for far longer.
Fewer people have died on Kentucky’s roadways this year than the state has seen in more than 60 years.
An East Central High School student is getting a full ride scholarship, and not to just any school.
A tax credit is being proposed for Hoosier couples who want to adopt a child.
Some Indiana state employees will receive bonuses next month for a job well done.
The annual meeting of the Southeastern Indiana Board of Realtors (SEIBR), December 11, raised a record breaking donation for the Children’s Advocacy Center of Southeastern Indiana.
The Indiana Department of Local Government Finance has approved 2014 budgets for some local counties.
Some local education leaders are giving their thoughts on Indiana’s school grades released last week.
New home sales numbers for November are out from the Indiana Association of Realtors.
A mother will be required to testify against her two sons as part of her plea agreement following a home burglary spree.