A line of severe storms could bring hail, winds, and rain to much of the tri-state Wednesday morning.
Child abuse is preventable, but tens of thousands of Indiana children are victims of abuse or neglect every year.
The state’s 80-year-old common construction wage law allows local communities to determine the wages to be paid on public works construction projects costing $350,000 or more.
Amidst an HIV outbreak, the Indiana State Department of Health and local health officials are encouraged by Scott County's new needle exchange program.
An Aurora teen is facing drug and auto theft charges in Jefferson County.
This week marks two years since Katelyn Markham’s skeletal remains were discovered in Cedar Grove.
According to a survey by the Food Research and Action Center, several Indiana households struggle to afford food.
Plans for a large drug addiction rehabilitation center outside of Dillsboro are being scrapped, but organizers are vowing to find a new location.
Two women who were in possession of nearly 10 pounds of heroin have been sentenced.
A former probation officer who stole prescription pills from a convict that he was overseeing will soon be on probation himself.