If you live in the tri-state long enough, there’s a decent chance that you will at least come close to a deer bounding its way across the highway into the path of your vehicle.
The 2014 Fall Property Tax installment is due Monday, November 10th.
Police have identified more suspects who allegedly scammed area businesses out of thousands of dollars.
When snow storms hit in Indiana, somebody needs to clear the roads.
Indiana state lawmakers spent more than $343,000 of public money on travel over the past 26 months, according to The Indianapolis Star.
Work will get started this year instead of next to replace the crumbling State Road 156 bridge near the Ohio County-Switzerland County line.
Every second counts when it comes to escaping fires, and state leaders are using Fire Prevention Month to encourage Hoosiers to brush up on their knowledge of fire safety.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is launching an environmental mitigation project in Dearborn County along Laughery Creek, roughly one mile north of State Road 262.
The Indiana State Department of Health is taking extra steps to protect residents if a case of Ebola arises in the state.
With the onset of deer hunting season in Indiana, conservation officers are asking citizens to keep an eye out for hunters who might be breaking the law.