One race for a seat on the Boone County Board of Education is down to just one candidate after the other drops out of the race.
Investigators did not have to look any further than a local pawn shop to find the person allegedly responsible for a couple home burglaries in Greendale.
More than three million people are registered to vote in Kentucky’s November 6 election, an all-time high for the state.
A legal challenge to Indiana’s Right to Work law is being allowed to go forward.
State Rep. Jud McMillin (R-Brookville) wants his constituents to know that the 812 area code is projected to run out of numbers in 2015.
The number of fungal meningitis cases in Indiana tied to a tainted back pain steroid has risen to 32.
Seven Aurora residents each face a laundry list of drug and related charges after Indiana State Police carried out a search warrant at a Stoney Lonesome Road home Tuesday.
Dearborn County residents – especially senior citizens – are invited to attend a fraud prevention workshop hosted by Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller’s office on Oct. 22.
Mortgages on ten State of Indiana facilities are now paid off, reducing the state's debt by more the half.
Republican Mike Pence’s plan to promote married families drew criticism from Democrat John Gregg during Wednesday night’s gubernatorial debate in South Bend.