Other than an interruption to classes, no harm was done after a threat was found scribbled on a bathroom wall at William Henry Harrison High School Tuesday.
Cincinnati’s new casino made less in April than it did in its first month of being open.
Twelve jurors have been found and opening arguments will be held Wednesday in the trial of Charles Robert Stephenson.
A lawsuit filed against the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles back in March has been granted class action status representing four million Hoosier drivers.
Sentencing has been handed down for an Aurora mother whose baby drowned in a swimming pool.
There was no website to celebrate Vevay and Switzerland County’s founding in 1813, but there is an online presence for the town and county’s bicentennial in 2013.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes program and Spike TV’s Hire A Vet campaign today named Florence logistics company Legion Logistics LLC one of eight finalists in the Small Business Tournament of Veteran Champions.
A local lawmaker’s bill that allows non-violent Indiana criminals to have their charges eventually erased from their records is now law.
Although it may have slipped under the radar of many Buckeyes, Tuesday is primary election day in Ohio.
A Milan man faces up to 100 years in prison after a Ripley County jury convicts him on two counts of Child Molesting.