Indiana State Police are encouraged by a reduction in meth labs statewide.
Batesville Police Lt. Douglas M Wolfer will retire April 1 after over 33 years in law enforcement.
Indiana lawmakers are scrapping a provision that would have allowed Indiana’s public schools to hire unlicensed teachers.
More than 300 southeastern Indiana students are using Indiana’s School Choice Scholarship program to attend a private school this school year.
South Dearborn Community Schools are being given a pass on making up at least one day of school missed due to last month’s Ohio River flood.
Hamilton County roads littered with potholes are getting some attention this week.
An elderly man was leaving a funeral when he was struck and killed by a vehicle in Rising Sun.
Baylor Trucking is using its trucks to help raise awareness of a rare disorder that occurs in one in 15,000 live births.
United Community Bank is being acquired by an Ohio-based banking corporation.
It’s Lawrenceburg’s fight, but the drinking water of residents in Aurora and surrounding areas may be most at risk if fly ash shipped in from out-of-state is buried near the city’s drinking water well. Listen to Eagle Country 99.3's interview with State Rep. Randy Frye.