Hundreds of thousands of federal employees are going back to work Thursday morning, and more than a million others who have been working without pay will see paychecks again.
Indiana has its first death from West Nile virus this year.
Citing a new vehicle police and staffing, Ripley County’s sheriff is directing citizens concerns over slow responses and handling of investigations to the county commissioners.
For four years, payments were not being posted to Lawrenceburg city employees’ Social Security accounts.
During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, doctors at Dearborn County Hospital plan to clear up the public's understanding of mammograms and breast cancer.
A high-speed police pursuit began in Harrison and ended on Interstate 74 Wednesday.
The head of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is stepping down.
Switzerland County Economic Development Corporation received the Excellence in Economic Development Gold Award for its ongoing workforce skills initiative.
A Hebron man is accused of committing a rape at a wedding reception.
An iconic tree in downtown Harrison has been removed, with insects to blame.