Governor Mike Pence continues to lead on the fundraising trail, but Democratic Gubernatorial candidate John Gregg is trending up.
James A. Elliott, age 25, was convicted in the Dearborn Circuit Court on Monday, April 11, after a day-long trial.
A report by the U.S. Public Interest Research Group Education Fund, shows that Indiana is among the highest-rated states in the nation for transparency in government spending.
The Indiana Department of Transportation has hired Brian Ratliff as the new manager at its Aurora Subdistrict facility.
Bargain shoppers can find great deals while helping out homeless animals later this month.
A Dearborn County jury convicted a man accused of violating his ex-girlfriend’s protective order from prison.
School administrators sent a letter to families recently concerning a rumor about an unspecified threat against the school.
State Road 1 in Franklin County was shut down for six hours on Wednesday, April 13 after a semi spilled its load across the highway.
More students than ever are taking advantage of Indiana’s taxpayer-funded voucher program to attend private schools.
Students at South Ripley High School will witness a mock crash Friday morning.