- Former Indiana officer sentenced in drunken driving case Updated: May-28-15 11:35 am
GREENFIELD, Indiana - Court documents show a suspended central Indiana police officer has been sentenced on a charge of operating a vehicle under the influence.
- Court rejects relief for man convicted in IU student's death Updated: May-28-15 11:22 am
INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Court of Appeals has rejected post-conviction relief for a man convicted of killing an Indiana University student who vanished during a 2000 bike ride.
- Thieves steal statue of Eve from Indiana University campus Updated: May-28-15 11:11 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - A 300-pound solid bronze statue of Eve worth $30,000 has been stolen from Indiana University's Arboretum.
- Muncie locomotive plant fined $55,000 for safety violations Updated: May-28-15 9:37 am
MUNCIE, Indiana - The state of Indiana has fined Muncie's Progress Rail locomotive plant $55,000 for safety violations.
- Tree limb kills southwestern Indiana county councilman Updated: May-28-15 9:22 am
VINCENNES, Indiana - A southwestern Indiana sheriff says a county councilman found dead near his rural home apparently died when a tree limb fell onto him as he was clearing brush.
- Hospital pushes skin-to-skin contact between parents, child Updated: May-28-15 9:17 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Had everything gone according to plan, Cheyenne Blackford would have two more weeks before she delivered her first child. Her baby boy, Rhett, would be snug inside her, awaiting birth.
- Northwest Indiana woman first to get electronic brace Updated: May-28-15 9:13 am
MUNSTER, Indiana - As Laurie McCoy moved her arm up and down for the first time in years, she couldn't help but laugh hysterically.
- Indiana imposes ban on moving poultry, other birds to events Updated: May-28-15 8:04 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana imposed a statewide ban Wednesday on moving poultry and other birds to events such as county fairs in hopes of preventing the spread of a bird flu strain that's killed tens of millions of chickens, turkeys and other birds across the nation.
- Girls Pint Out co-founder gets about 6 months in prison Updated: May-28-15 8:03 am
INDIANAPOLIS - A 30-year-old Indianapolis woman who helped found women's social club Girls Pint Out will spend about six months in prison after pleading guilty to felony charges earlier this year.
- Lawsuit says Mourdock gave chief deputy 3-year contract Updated: May-28-15 8:03 am
INDIANAPOLIS - A lawsuit claims former state Treasurer Richard Mourdock gave his chief deputy a three-year, $300,000 contract before he resigned from office last year.
- Lawsuit accuses Notre Dame professor of sexual assault Updated: May-28-15 8:03 am
SOUTH BEND, Indiana - A Roman Catholic priest who is a theology professor at the University of Notre Dame is accused of sexually abusing an unidentified boy more than 30 years ago in a lawsuit filed against him, the Archdiocese of San Antonio and a former priest who is believed to have gone into hiding more than a decade ago.
- Indiana Board of Education membership undergoes revamp Updated: May-28-15 7:59 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Two vocal critics of Democratic state schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz will no longer serve on the State Board of Education under its revamped membership.
- Indiana State University equips police with opioid antidote Updated: May-28-15 7:59 am
TERRE HAUTE, Indiana - Indiana State University Police are the first higher education law enforcement division in the state to learn how to use a drug that can revive people who overdose on opioids or heroin.
- Indiana securities commissioner resigns, no reason cited Updated: May-28-15 7:54 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana Securities Commissioner Carol Mihalik has resigned.
- New Indiana law requires drivers not speeding to move over Updated: May-28-15 7:54 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Motorists obeying the speed limit in the left lanes of highways soon will be required to move over to allow faster vehicles to pass them or risk a $500 fine under a new Indiana law.
- Indiana Senate voices support of putting woman on $20 bill Updated: May-28-15 7:54 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Before the Indiana Senate adjourned last month, the mostly male chamber took action to show its support of replacing former President Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill with a woman relevant to U.S. history.
- Lafayette students raise money for Abraham Lincoln plaque Updated: May-28-15 7:53 am
LAFAYETTE, Indiana - Junior high school students have raised more than $3,000 with hopes of installing a plaque to commemorate Abraham Lincoln stopping in Lafayette on the way to his inauguration in Washington.
- Parkview Health plans $80M cancer center in Fort Wayne Updated: May-28-15 6:47 am
FORT WAYNE, Indiana - Parkview Health in Fort Wayne has announced plans for an $80 million cancer center on an existing campus in the city.
- Police: Man gets attacked with hammer while sleeping Updated: May-28-15 6:32 am
MUNCIE, Indiana - Police say a 28-year-old Muncie man attacked another man with a hammer while he was sleeping.
- Man gets 20 years for killing woman, removing her eyes Updated: May-28-15 5:12 am
INDIANAPOLIS - An Indianapolis man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to accusations that he killed a woman and removed her eyeballs.
- Central Indiana town reopens museum in renovated train depot Updated: May-28-15 4:02 am
SHIRLEY, Indiana - Residents of a small central Indiana town hope the reopening of a museum in a renovated 1890s train depot will help keep the rural community's story alive.
- Indiana lawmaker says she'll sponsor state insect bill Updated: May-28-15 3:59 am
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana - A northern Indiana lawmaker says she'll sponsor a bill next session that would make the firefly the state's official insect.
- Rally to support for northwestern Indiana police planned Updated: May-28-15 3:53 am
GARY, Indiana - Residents of Gary are planning a rally to show support for police officers in northwest Indiana.
- Indianapolis mobile home operator accused of discrimination Updated: May-27-15 9:41 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - The operator of an Indianapolis mobile home park is facing a discrimination lawsuit alleging it discouraged minorities and people with disabilities from renting homes.
- Purdue to freeze tuition for fourth consecutive year Updated: May-27-15 9:23 pm
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana - Purdue University's Board of Trustees has given final approval to a freeze in tuition for a fourth consecutive year.