A long investigation crossing the Indiana-Ohio state line resulted in more than two dozen people being charged with conspiracy to deal methamphetamine.
The public is invited to an Open House in celebration of the community’s newest healthcare facility, Milan Primary Care.
Indiana residents are taking more time to complete their college degrees, leading to more student debt and making them less likely to graduate, according to a new report.
Special Olympics Indiana President/CEO Michael Furnish has announced the appointment of Master Trooper Tommy Walker as the Indiana Law Enforcement Torch Run State Director.
Duke Energy is planning to sell 13 power plants in the Midwest, with the Miami Fort plant among them.
The debate over Indiana’s same-sex marriage ban is over, at least for this year.
Black ice is cause for concern on area roads and highways Tuesday morning.
A Lawrenceburg business is offering to help ease the propane shortage which may be affecting some southeast Indiana residents.
The Milan Miracle 60th Anniversary celebration originally scheduled for March 10, 2014 at Hinkle Fieldhouse at Butler University in Indianapolis has been postponed until the fall.
An alleged child molester’s jury trial will take place this week at the Ripley County Courthouse in Versailles.