A Dillsboro man sent to prison for terrorizing employees of a pharmacy could be out of prison sooner after an Indiana Court of Appeals ruling.
A truck driver will spend eight years in a Kentucky prison for causing a deadly crash.
If Indiana voters put John Gregg in the governor’s office, superintendent Glenda Ritz plans to make a number of reforms to education in the state.
Dearborn County Council has assigned riverboat gaming funds to pay for a new courthouse annex.
Several crimes kept the Batesville Police Department very busy over the weekend.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence is a little short on money for the state’s bicentennial plans.
The Batesville Police Department is warning citizens of a text message phishing scam.
A heavily amended version of the controversial police body camera bill is one step closer to becoming a law.
The Napoleon State Bank will be sponsoring a SMILE for Babies Family Photo Shoot by Carissa Simon Photography on Saturday, March 19 from 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Two bills proposing longer sentences for Indiana drug dealers and preventing criminals from getting their hands on a key ingredient for making meth both passed a Senate committee.