The Lawrenceburg Fire Department credits an apartment building’s sprinkler system in preventing a stovetop fire from doing extensive damage.
Mariah Reynolds, 15, of Moores Hill is one of just two Indiana young volunteers honored with The Prudential Spirit of Community Award for her efforts to help victims of natural disasters.
The state says an Indiana program launched less than two years ago already is working to ensure children from families who can't afford needed mental health services don't slip through the cracks.
A newly-formed group of young people say they support Indiana’s controversial House Joint Resolution 3, which seeks to write a gay marriage ban into the state’s founding document.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence says he is "open to" the idea of giving state money back to towns and cities if lawmakers go through with a proposed cut in the state's tax on business equipment.
A t-shirt company is using the “Goepper fever” that’s set in on Dearborn County to raise money for a couple good causes.
Two former Dearborn County Health Department employees are accused of getting paid for time that they were not actually at work.
A local funeral director once accused of trying to sell prescription pills and carrying an unlicensed handgun has been ordered to go through a newly created drug treatment program.
A Greendale kid is one of the brains behind a Kentucky state champion robotics team.
Glenda Ritz will meet with students and teachers in Lawrenceburg on Wednesday.