INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indianapolis Colts' second choice for head coach could turn out to be even better than the first.
INDIANAPOLIS -- The deaths of Colts player Edwin Jackson and Jeffrey Monroe, reportedly caused by a driver who is an illegal immigrant, sparked anger Tuesday from Indiana conservatives who say the tragedy reflects America's troubled immigration system.
INDIANAPOLIS — A state consultant says Indiana has more than double the number of children in out-of-home care when compared to the national average.
WASHINGTON — A chartered train carrying dozens of GOP lawmakers to a Republican retreat in West Virginia struck a garbage truck south of Charlottesville, Virginia, on Wednesday. No lawmakers were believed injured, but it at least one person in the truck was said to be seriously injured.
As a mother and a grandmother, Denelle Hershey was constantly putting others before herself. Her life revolved around taking care of the needs of her family.
Updating Indiana's water infrastructure, estimated at a minimum cost of $15.6 billion, would be studied by a task force under a bill that passed out of committee Monday.
PORTAGE, Ind. — A circular, concrete observation deck overlooking Lake Michigan in northwestern Indiana has collapsed following recent erosion along the lakeshore.
INDIANAPOLIS — Additional investigators and attorneys are being assigned to the Human Trafficking Investigations Unit in the Indiana attorney general's office.
WARSAW, Ind. — State Police say two people are dead after their car crashed during a police pursuit in northern Indiana, seriously injuring two other people in another car.
INDIANAPOLIS — An Indiana congressman who has made repeated calls to "drain the swamp" in Washington collected more than $160,000 in campaign contributions from gambling interest groups that stand to benefit from legislation he is sponsoring, an Associated Press review found.
INDIANAPOLIS — The body of an Indiana National Guard soldier who died after arriving for training at Fort Hood in Texas is being returned to his home state.
DELPHI, Ind. — Indiana State Police say the base of operations for the unsolved slayings of two northern Indiana girls is moving to a smaller workspace.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Senate Republicans will push for computer science courses in all high schools, alcohol sales on Sundays and increased funding to cover higher-than-anticipated school enrollments, among other issues, during the current legislative session.
JONESBORO, Ind. — Police say an 81-year-old man was killed and a 51-year-old man wounded during a shooting at a home in a small northeastern Indiana town.
INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric Holcomb said Wednesday a consultant would audit the Indiana Department of Child Services following criticism by the former director that the agency was underfunded and plagued by meddling from the Governor's Office.
INDIANAPOLIS — Officials in central and northern Indiana are warning people that dangerously cold temperatures being felt in the state can quickly cause frostbite.
INDIANAPOLIS — Two former executives with a company that operates dozens of Indiana nursing homes, including North Woods Village in Kokomo, have agreed to plead guilty in a kickback scheme involving millions of dollars.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Transportation says it will track Santa's movements as he crisscrosses the state this Christmas Eve.
INDIANAPOLIS — A new Indiana revenue forecast projects the state will collect nearly $400 million less in tax revenue than lawmakers expected when they approved the $32.3 billion budget in April.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The South Bend school board has approved plans for closing or merging five schools as the district faces continued declines in enrollment.
INDIANAPOLIS — The director of Indiana's child welfare agency says she's quitting because Gov. Eric Holcomb's administration has hurt her ability to protect children.
MARION, Ind. — Authorities say six firefighters have suffered minor injuries after two explosions and a fire at the former Thompson Consumer Electronics plant in Marion.
CROWN POINT, Ind. — Indiana's second most-populous county and the city that's home to Indiana University are joining a planned lawsuit that alleges pharmaceutical companies and distributors have played a role in fueling the opioid abuse crisis.
MUNCIE, Ind. — A state board has given a state-appointed emergency manager full control of a financially strapped eastern Indiana school district.
JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. — A 79-year-old suspected drunken driver shot a state trooper in the head as the officer tried to handcuff him during a traffic stop in southern Indiana, police said.
INDIANAPOLIS — Two leading voices on Indiana alcohol issues say there's little chance lawmakers will take action allowing convenience and grocery stores to sell cold beer.
INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric Holcomb and key Indiana lawmakers are set to discuss some of the biggest issues likely to emerge during the coming legislative session.
INDIANAPOLIS — The wife of a former Indiana congressman who came under ethics investigation for spending campaign contributions on lavish hotels, meals and at least one family trip may soon announce that she will run for an open legislative seat.
LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Authorities say two people are dead following a five-vehicle crash involving four trucks and a car along Interstate 65 in northern Indiana.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Senate candidate Mike Braun's campaign says it fired a former staffer who is also affiliated with the white nationalist movement.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb is directing state excise police to resume checking stores for marijuana-derived oils after the state's attorney general declared them illegal with one limited exception.
INDIANAPOLIS — Hundreds of legislative employees can now carry handguns at the Indiana Statehouse and adjacent state office buildings, but with some limitations.
INDIANAPOLIS — The few remaining workers at Rexnord Corp.'s Indianapolis factory have worked their final shifts about a year after the industrial bearings plant's closing was announced.
DELPHI, Ind. — A northern Indiana county prosecutor is stepping down as police investigations continue into the deaths of two teenagers near a recreation trail and four young sisters during a house fire.
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — The U.S. Department of the Interior is fining a central Indiana county for violating a federal law aimed at protecting Native American gravesites.
INDIANAPOLIS — The primary forensics lab for Indiana has seen a sharp increase in drug cases during the past decade that officials say was driven in part by the state's opioid crisis.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Two powerful lobbying groups that have scuttled attempts to legalize carryout Sunday alcohol sales in Indiana with their past disagreements announced a deal Friday that could clear a path forward.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Indiana's governor is throwing his support behind a drive by some elementary school students to designate a firefly species as the state insect.
INDIANAPOLIS — State employees who are now allowed to carry firearms on the Statehouse grounds will undergo their first training session Wednesday.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana's county prosecutors remain vehemently opposed to any form of marijuana legalization and insist the plant "is not medicine."
MUNCIE, Ind. — The National Weather Service says at least three tornadoes touched down when severe storms battered Indiana and injuring four members of a family.
INDIANAPOLIS — Although a new study shows that Indiana could reap billions of revenue dollars by adding toll lanes to interstates, it does not take into account a state provision that prohibits the first new toll road from being within 75 miles of an existing one.
This Week's Circulars
- Kokomo man arrested inside barricaded trailer
- Death of local teen Tanner Barton to be featured on "Dr. Oz" show
- Kokomo man killed in police shooting in Wabash County
- Markland Mall announces 4 new tenants in former Sears location, including grocery store
- Events leading to drowning of area DNR officer remain uncertain
- East Sycamore Aldi to move to Markland Mall
- Kokomo residents share their unique love stories for Valentine's Day
- FOOTBALL: Colby retiring after 11 seasons as Kats' coach
- The scent of healing: Guardian Angel Hospice launches area's first certified aromatherapy program
- Former Howard Co. Judge Stephen Jessup dies