The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal of a man sentenced to 60 years in prison for his role in a shooting that killed a northern Indiana boy who was playing outside.
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Three property owners with land along northwest Indiana's Lake Michigan shoreline have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to undo a 2018 ruling by Indiana's high court.
Four linemen from Logansport Utilities will be helping restore power for residents and businesses in the state. The team is joining other linemen from across Indiana, including crews from Rensselaer and Lebanon.
Under Indiana’s ban, which has exceptions, abortion clinics would have lost their licenses and been prohibited from providing any abortion care, leaving such services solely to hospitals or outpatient surgical centers owned by hospitals.
A former Indiana jail officer accused of driving into a group of people in 2020 as they were protesting George Floyd's death in Minneapolis police custody has been sentenced to probation.
Some of the plan's recommendations include commercial rezoning for a gas station or convenience store along U.S. Highway 52. The plan would also prioritize areas near James Cole Elementary School for residential growth.
A man who was believed to be armed with a rifle was apprehended in sewers beneath the city of Bloomington on Tuesday.
A top state lawyer derided arguments that Indiana’s new abortion ban violates the state constitution, saying Monday that opponents of the ban are trying to invent a state right to privacy.
A public hearing Tuesday morning has brought Fairfield Township Trustee Taletha Coles one step closer to possibly being removed from office. At the hearing the Tippecanoe County Council heard testimonies from those who think Coles should no longer be trustee.
Gov. Eric Holcomb has appointed a southern Indiana attorney to replace a judge who resigned in July, two months after she was charged with domestic battery.