Tornadoes, fires, floods and other disasters can strike at almost any time, and during Preparedness Month, state leaders are reminding residents about the importance of being ready for an emergency.
As country singer Garth Brooks once crooned, “it's the broncs and the blood, it's the steers and the mud, and they call the thing rodeo.”
The Hit King returned to the baseball diamond Tuesday night.
Thick fog is blanketing the tri-state Wednesday morning.
Indiana’s Department of Revenue says it has blocked $78 million in wrongfully requested tax refunds issued during the 2014 tax season.
Indiana’s right-to-work law is being upheld by a federal appeals court, but the legal battle over the anti-union measure is not over yet.
A six-year-old boy was killed in an ATV accident in Switzerland County on Tuesday.
For the next couple months, motorists used to traveling Johnson Fork Road in West Harrison will have to find another way.
After a difficult Tuesday attempting to locate a boy’s body, search crews will return to the Great Miami River Wednesday.
A report highlights the ways, at the ripe old age of 79, Social Security is helping neighbors in Indiana and the economy.