A former psychologist has been sentenced on fraud and theft charges.
It marks the start of the summer fair and festival season in southeast Indiana: The Dillsboro Homecoming Festival.
UPDATE: A cause of Tuesday evening’s house fire in Bright remains under investigation Wednesday, according to the Bright Fire Department.
Flags are being flown at half-staff Wednesday at Indiana’s state facilities in honor of Peace Officers Memorial Day.
A soldier and Harrison High School graduate who died at an army base will be immortalized with a new scholarship.
The City of Lawrenceburg is making its annual contribution of riverboat gaming money to local schools.
Walton Mayor Phil Trzop has turned in his resignation to Walton City Council.
Tuesday marks a quarter-century since one of the most horrific automobile crashes in U.S. history.
Hamilton County first responders will only be practicing when they act as though they are responding to a disaster Wednesday.
Three days since four people were found murdered in a Waynesville, Indiana home, there are still no arrests.