Aurora’s Chief of Police appeared in court Tuesday morning to answer to battery charges.
There were more than 188,841 traffic crashes in Indiana last year, down about .4 percent from 2011.
Tri-state area hospitals are implementing visitor restrictions in order to minimize the spread of the flu and respiratory illnesses to patients.
A judge gave the maximum sentence possible to a man who pleaded guilty to causing the death of his fiancée’s one-year-old son.
A local trucking company is remembering America’s fallen soldiers this holiday season.
The Southeastern Indiana Independent Living Center will hold a job fair at the Indiana Work One Office, 110 Walnut Street.
At hospitals and clinics across Indiana, the need for blood knows no season, but donations tend to drop at this time of year, so officials involved are urging Hoosiers to consider rolling up their sleeves to give a lifesaving gift.
Police in Boone County are seeking a man who swiped money from a couple automated massage chairs at a truck stop.
A street project in Lawrenceburg will get underway Monday.
U.S. Senator Dan Coats’ office will have a representative in Lawrenceburg this week.