- State News
- Thick snow, ice on ponds may cause big fish kills INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — This winter's frigid weather could cause an unusual number of fish kills, particularly in northern Indiana. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources says there's ice up to 20 inches thick on lakes and ponds, not to mention rec
- Indianapolis police officers hurt serving warrant INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department says four SWAT officers have been hurt in a shooting while serving a warrant. Officer Kendale Adams told The Indianapolis Star that two officers have been released after treatment a
- Residents receive old tornado alerts LAFAYETTE (AP) -- The National Weather Service is investigating why some northwestern Indiana residents received alerts Tuesday about a tornado warning even though the day was sunny and cold with no severe weather in sight. Residents received alerts
- DOC, police to consider housing for sex offenders RICHMOND (AP) -- State officials' proposal to temporarily house registered sex offenders at a mobile home park in Richmond has sparked a series of meeting around Indiana with local police agencies about the sensitive issue. Wayne County Sheriff Jeff
- Rescue groups help give shelter animals 2nd chance MUNSTER (AP) -- Emily Halgrimson's dog, Penny, is a happy, 40-pound beagle whose name suits her bright coppery color. The product of a puppy mill, Penny weighed just 16 pounds when owner Halgrimson first set eyes on her at an animal rescue event in D
- Relaxed rules on morning-after pill raise concerns BLOOMINGTON (AP) -- The Food and Drug Administration has decided that generic versions of the morning-after contraceptive Plan B can now be sold over the counter to girls of any age, but at least one Bloomington pharmacist says he will not sell Plan
Ind. workplace safety problems listed in report
Federal investigators say Indiana's workplace safety agency mishandled complaints, put its inspectors under strict time constraints and didn't help whistleblowers.
Indiana trees cut for USS Constitution repairs
Nearly three dozen white oak trees have been harvested in Indiana in preparation of planned repairs to the Boston-based U.S.S. Constitution.
Police: 7-month-old boy dies after hit-and-run
Indianapolis police say a 7-month-old boy who was ejected from his parents' car during a hit-and-run crash has died from his injuries.
Indiana school district agrees to pollution fine
A central Indiana school district has agreed to pay a civil penalty after its wastewater treatment plant released chlorine and other pollution into a local waterway.
- More State News Headlines