The bird movement ban has been lifted and Indiana poultry can resume regular movements to shows and sales.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is encouraging the many Hoosiers on the Do Not Call list that are still receiving unwanted and intrusive phone calls to explore a new call-blocking option.
A one-day cleanup event for the Ohio River has been cancelled in northern Kentucky.
Indiana students, their parents, and teachers likely won’t learn of their school’s accountability grade until January, the Department of Education announced Wednesday.
Federal agents searched the suburban Indianapolis home of the CEO of the company that runs Swiss Villa Nursing and Rehabilitation in Vevay.
The criminal case against Indiana native and celebrity Jared Fogle on charges involving child pornography and paying for sex with children is among recent headlines bringing to light crimes against children.
Lawrenceburg Municipal Utilities is considering a new type of rate paying program for customers generating their own electricity.
Ohio’s Supreme Court agrees that the wording of a proposed constitutional amendment to make marijuana legal in the Buckeye state is misleading.
An upcoming event will help a Franklin County football coach and his family as he battles cancer.
The driver in a single vehicle accident on Interstate 275 last month has been charged.