The Indiana State Bar Association (ISBA) will sponsor "Why Lincoln Was a Lawyer," a statewide community outreach program that matches lawyers with local schools on Friday, Feb. 10.
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Three South Ripley High School students are in hot water after a drug deal occurred on a school bus.
Ten states including Indiana and Kentucky won't have to comply with parts of the No Child Left Behind education reform law. State education officials weigh in on the president's announcement.
UPDATE: Police have identified the man who led officers on a chase in excess of 130 MPH through Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio.
Students and staff at Milan Community Schools will have the day off Friday after a small fire damaged Milan Elementary School overnight.
Police sweep through Carroll County to arrest dozens of people accused of drug-related crimes.
Indiana and Kentucky will be given waivers to the federal education standards law known as No Child Left Behind, the Associated Press reported Thursday.
The system used to grade the performance of Indiana’s schools has been overhauled.
A couple candidates for Indiana Sixth District Congressman will meet with voters in Lawrenceburg Thursday evening.
The help wanted sign is up at Toyota's assembly plant in Princeton.