- 5th man arrested on charge tied to Indiana HIV outbreak Updated: Jun-29-15 5:02 pm
JEFFERSONVILLE, Indiana - Federal agents say a fifth man has been arrested in connection with the largest HIV outbreak in Indiana history.
- Gary airport's runway opens amid hope for increased activity Updated: Jun-29-15 4:52 pm
GARY, Indiana - The opening of an extended runway at Gary/Chicago International Airport is expected to bring more activity, but it will come gradually over time, according to aviation experts involved in the project.
- Artifacts unearthed during construction in Indianapolis Updated: Jun-29-15 4:28 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Construction on a $20 million transit center in downtown Indianapolis has unearthed artifacts that offer a blueprint of prior development at the site, according to archeologists hired by the city.
- Unrelenting rain leads to more flooding in Midwest Updated: Jun-29-15 4:07 pm
ST. LOUIS - A wet June turned worse after strong weekend storms drenched the Midwest, adding to concern that already-serious flooding won't go away anytime soon.
- Hammond man fatally shot at scene of minor traffic collision Updated: Jun-29-15 3:35 pm
HAMMOND, Indiana - Hammond police say a 23-year-old man has died after being shot at the scene of a minor traffic collision.
- Man gives $100K to start fund for eastern Indiana hometown Updated: Jun-29-15 2:55 pm
HAGERSTOWN, Indiana - A man who moved away from his eastern Indiana hometown as a teenager has contributed $100,000 to start a new charitable fund for the community.
- Indiana panel to consider redistricting system options Updated: Jun-29-15 2:47 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana lawmakers will review whether the state should establish an independent commission for drawing congressional districts that's similar to an Arizona system upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court.
- Pence praises Supreme Court ruling on power plant emissions Updated: Jun-29-15 2:19 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Republican Gov. Mike Pence is praising the Supreme Court ruling against the Obama administration's attempt to limit power plant emissions of hazardous air pollutants including mercury.
- Religious objections law to take effect months after uproar Updated: Jun-29-15 1:47 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - The threats to boycott Indiana have faded since the uproar this spring over the state's religious objections law, which takes effect Wednesday. Yet, the law criticized as possible legal discrimination against gays and lesbians still troubles tourism efforts and looms over the state's politics.
- Founder says Church of Cannabis won't use pot at service Updated: Jun-29-15 1:32 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - The founder of a pot-smoking Indianapolis church that was formed to test the state's new religious objections law says his congregants won't use marijuana at their first church service after authorities threatened arrests.
- Democratic state lawmaker won't make Indiana's US Senate bid Updated: Jun-29-15 1:28 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - A state lawmaker considered a possible Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate next year has decided against entering the race.
- Woman's body recovered from Ohio River in Harrison County Updated: Jun-29-15 12:30 pm
MAUCKPORT, Indiana - Indiana conservation officers say a woman's body has been recovered from the Ohio River near the Harrison County town of Mauckport.
- Illinois teacher fired for stepping on US flag Updated: Jun-29-15 12:08 pm
MARTINSVILLE, Illinois - An eastern Illinois teacher has been fired for stepping on a small U.S. flag during a lesson last month.
- Indiana House hires attorneys to defend public records suit Updated: Jun-29-15 11:19 am
INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana House of Representatives has hired two outside attorneys who bill an average of nearly $400 an hour to defend itself from a lawsuit filed over its refusal to provide correspondence over a solar power bill under the state's public records law.
- Thousands remain without power in Fort Wayne area Updated: Jun-29-15 9:47 am
FORT WAYNE, Indiana - Several thousand homes and businesses in the Fort Wayne area remain without electricity two days after a storm swept through the area.
- 89-year-old Indiana piano teacher has no plans to slow down Updated: Jun-29-15 9:29 am
FARMERSBURG, Indiana - When a Sullivan County woman combined her love for music and teaching, the result was a half a century of sharing her talent with Wabash Valley residents of all ages.
- Campers in Indiana learn about science at Marble Hill Farm Updated: Jun-29-15 9:26 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Hiking through a field, dodging cow droppings and carrying cowbells and clipboards, Kaitlyn White and Tina Patton, both 14, were practicing their moos as they followed Angus beef cattle at Marble Hill Farm.
- Dispatchers to get training after firing over Gary 911 call Updated: Jun-29-15 8:54 am
CROWN POINT, Indiana - Emergency dispatchers in northwest Indiana's Lake County are getting more training after a man who called 911 was found dead in a Gary church hours later.
- Broken water pipe damages Purdue's Physics Building Updated: Jun-29-15 8:47 am
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana - A broken pipe in Purdue University's Physics Building sent water pouring down the elevator shaft into the basement and caused officials to close the facility.
- Indiana law limits when, where fireworks can be used Updated: Jun-29-15 4:37 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana Fire Marshal Jim Greeson is reminding state residents about when and where fireworks can be legally used.
- Indiana Judicial Conference seeking input on child support Updated: Jun-29-15 4:08 am
INDIANAPOLIS - The Domestic Relations Committee of the Indiana Judicial Conference is seeking public input on child support guidelines used by the Indiana Supreme Court.
- Austin Wayne Self races to first ARCA Racing Series victory Updated: Jun-28-15 8:38 pm
WINCHESTER, Indiana - Austin Wayne Self raced to his first ARCA Racing Series victory Sunday, holding off points leader Grant Enfinger at Winchester Speedway.
- Kayaker rescued from rain-swollen White River near Muncie Updated: Jun-28-15 6:13 pm
DALEVILLE, Indiana - Emergency responders rescued a kayaker from the rain-swollen White River near Muncie and searched for a second one before she was spotted safely on a riverbank.
- South Bend teen 5th St. Joseph Co. train death since May 1 Updated: Jun-28-15 5:29 pm
SOUTH BEND, Indiana - Authorities say a South Bend teenager is the fifth person killed by a train in St. Joseph County in the past two months.
- Outages to affect some NE Indiana customers until Tuesday Updated: Jun-28-15 4:47 pm
FORT WAYNE, Indiana - A power company warned some of its northeastern Indiana customers Sunday that they might not have electricity for two more days.