Wednesday was Indiana Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann’s final day in office.
Hamilton County police say drugs may have been involved in a crash that put two women in the hospital on Wednesday.
A proposed bill which would ensure harsher punishments for those convicted of trying to kill a police officer or firefighter has passed the House floor.
The Aurora Elementary School Math team showed off their smarts last week.
Hundreds of men will visit Dearborn County this weekend to learn the true biblical understanding of masculinity, fatherhood, and brotherhood.
The Knights of Columbus are proud to announce the winners of the St. Lawrence School Keep Christ in Christmas poster and essay contests.
Indiana lawmakers are inching closer to a law that would ban women from getting an abortion because of the fetus’ race, gender, or developmental disability.
Although a state resident was diagnosed with Zika last month, said Dr. Jen Brown, public health veterinarian at the Indiana Department of Health, she doesn't expect a widespread outbreak here.
Wednesday marks the fourth anniversary of an outbreak of tornadoes that indiscriminately tore through southern Indiana and other parts of the tri-state.
UPDATE: Two women were transported to area hospitals following the head-on crash on Campbell Road.