It was not kids begging to open presents that forced some Dearborn County firefighters out of bed early Christmas morning.
Add Indiana and Kentucky to the list of states with widespread flu activity.
Batesville firefighters and a police officer had to be treated for smoke inhalation after an ambulance caught fire at the city firehouse.
Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb has remained largely silent as children's advocates, including a member of his own Cabinet, say bean counting by his administration has starved Indiana's child welfare agency amid a soaring number of cases fueled by the opioid epidemic.
One of the most powerful Republican lawmakers in the Indiana Senate announced Friday that he is stepping down.
The victim was arrested on a warrant after a Franklin County traffic stop and taken to jail.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has concluded that police acted unreasonably during an April 2015 investigation in Laurel.
No students were aboard a Lawrenceburg Community Schools bus when it was involved in a fender-bender Friday morning.
In preparation for his upcoming worldwide journey on December 25, Santa Claus is leaving nothing to chance.
People have a right to tell the truth online. That's the message from Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill.