- Appeals court rules police raid not shielded from liability Updated: Aug-01-15 6:13 pm
EVANSVILLE, Indiana - A federal appeals court has ruled the Evansville Police Department committed too many mistakes" to be shielded from liability in a lawsuit filed over a SWAT raid on her home in 2012.
- 27-year-old Elkhart man fatally shot in downtown South Bend Updated: Aug-01-15 4:35 pm
SOUTH BEND, Indiana - Police are investigating the fatal shooting of a 27-year-old man in downtown South Bend that left another man injured.
- Saint Mary's College accepting male graduate students Updated: Aug-01-15 4:23 pm
SOUTH BEND, Indiana - Saint Mary's College, a 171-year-old Roman Catholic women's college, is opening its doors to men as it starts enrolling graduate students for the first time in more than 40 years.
- Prosecutor believes bus driver fell asleep before crash Updated: Aug-01-15 4:10 pm
GARY, Indiana - A central Indiana prosecutor says he believes the driver of a Gary church bus that crashed on an interstate killing a 6-year-old and sending 11 others to hospitals fell asleep while driving.
- Ex-teacher pleads guilty to child seduction in plea deal Updated: Aug-01-15 2:41 pm
FORT WAYNE, Indiana - A 32-year-old former teacher in a northeastern Indiana high school has admitted to having a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old female.
- Indiana nears agreement on public-private rail partnership Updated: Aug-01-15 1:34 pm
- Indianapolis opens training camp with big expectations Updated: Aug-01-15 1:26 pm
ANDERSON, Indiana - Andrew Luck was tired of watching his friends report to training camp. By Saturday, the Colts' now clean-shaven quarterback couldn't wait any longer.
- Miami County farmland dedicated as a bee sanctuary Updated: Aug-01-15 1:10 pm
AMBOY, Indiana - Betty Phelps Refior developed an affinity for bees as a fifth-grader growing up in the central Indiana city of Peru in the early 1930s.
- Some Midwest farmers' crops falter in record rains Updated: Aug-01-15 11:02 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Weeks of record rainfalls drenched Don Lamb's cornfields this summer, drowning some plants and leaving others yellowed, 2 feet tall and capable of producing little, if any, grain.
- Officials expect new I-69 section opening by year's end Updated: Aug-01-15 9:07 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - State high officials say they expect the latest section of southern Indiana's Interstate 69 extension to be done by the end of the year despite heavy rains this summer.
- Indiana man pleads guilty in sister's stabbing death Updated: Jul-31-15 5:50 pm
ANGOLA, Indiana - A 49-year-old northeastern Indiana man has pleaded guilty to murder in the January stabbing of his 52-year-old sister.
- Drop in number of new teachers could get state review Updated: Jul-31-15 4:19 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Two leading sponsors of many recent Indiana education overhaul measures now want the Legislature to consider steps for possibly stemming the state's declining number of new teachers.
- Police say man died after crash while texting on motorcycle Updated: Jul-31-15 3:34 pm
FRANKFORT, Indiana - State police say a 43-year-old Indianapolis man died from injuries sustained after he crashed his motorcycle while he was texting.
- Purdue program flags nearly 100 student behavior reports Updated: Jul-31-15 3:02 pm
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana - Purdue University has received nearly 100 reports under a program launched last summer that's aimed at flagging potentially harmful or strange student behavior, according to the school's Office of the Dean of Students.
- Pence pleased by state investigation into Planned Parenthood Updated: Jul-31-15 2:58 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Gov. Mike Pence says is pleased with the swift and professional manner the Indiana State Department of Health conducted an investigation into Planned Parenthood abortion clinics in Indiana, fining they were complying with state regulations on the handling of fetal tissue.
- Pence asks for disaster declaration in 53 Indiana counties Updated: Jul-31-15 2:47 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Gov. Mike Pence and Sen. Joe Donnelly are asking the U.S. agriculture secretary to declare 53 of Indiana's 92 counties disaster areas because of crop damage and losses caused by flooding and excessive rain.
- Lawmaker seeks review of central Indiana reservoir proposal Updated: Jul-31-15 10:52 am
ANDERSON, Indiana - The proposed construction of a $450 million reservoir on the White River in central Indiana should be reviewed by a state legislative committee, according to a lawmaker opposed to the project.
- Police: 2 men shot dead at Gary public housing complex Updated: Jul-31-15 8:49 am
GARY, Indiana - Officials in Gary say two men have been shot dead at one of the city's public housing complexes.
- 8 rescued after Indianapolis Zoo Skyline ride malfunctions Updated: Jul-31-15 7:10 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Eight people including at least three children have been rescued after the Indianapolis Zoo's Skyline ride left them stranded for about two hours in a cart 30 feet in the air.
- South Bend Airport to build federal inspection facility Updated: Jul-31-15 7:02 am
SOUTH BEND, Indiana - Officials at the South Bend International Airport say the facility is ready to start building a federal inspection facility on its property.
- Indiana Dunes State Park to band hummingbirds for research Updated: Jul-31-15 5:47 am
CHESTERTON, Indiana - Scientists will be banding hummingbirds for research purposes at Indiana Dunes State Park next week.
- Indianapolis' oldest African-American-owned bar to move Updated: Jul-31-15 4:17 am
INDIANAPOLIS - The city's oldest African-American-owned bar - the place where politicians and police officers go to share secrets - will close its doors on North Senate Avenue on Saturday.
- Filmmaker working to tell story of Wabash River Updated: Jul-31-15 4:16 am
SULLIVAN, Indiana - Susanne Schwibs and her crew visited Sullivan County recently, filming on the Merom Bluff and in Fairbanks for a documentary on the Wabash River's history that should be aired on public television to coincide with Indiana's bicentennial next year.
- Extra trains, alcohol restrictions added for Lollapalooza Updated: Jul-31-15 4:06 am
CHESTERTON, Indiana - A commuter rail in northwestern Indiana is adding extra trains and implementing tighter alcohol restrictions this weekend for the Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago.
- Purdue Extension to host industrial hemp production workshop Updated: Jul-31-15 3:43 am
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana - Indiana farmers interested in industrial hemp's economic potential can learn about the best production practices for that still-illegal crop at an upcoming Purdue Extension event.