The Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky is announcing free admission for kids in 2014.
Tuesday morning brought some of the coldest temperatures of the year for parts of the tri-state.
Dearborn County business leaders got the scoop Tuesday on the upcoming 2014 Indiana General Assembly.
Thousands of low-income Hoosiers are being allowed keeping their state-sponsored health insurance plan for another four months.
A new study puts Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio all near the bottom in overall health of the states’ residents.
UPDATE: Virgil Souder, 82, was working on the ferry when he somehow fell into the river Tuesday afternoon.
A pedestrian managed to escape serious injury when she was struck by a vehicle on U.S. 50 in Lawrenceburg Tuesday morning.
Margaret Mary Health is joining hospitals across the region that are putting tighter restrictions on visitors to curb the spread of respiratory illness or the flu.
A new national report ranks Indiana 31st in the nation in funding aimed at preventing kids from picking up the habit of smoking.
Services have been announced for a Boone County soldier who died unexpectedly at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.