- Notre Dame linebacker Schmidt goes from walk-on to captain Updated: Oct-08-15 3:52 pm
SOUTH BEND, Indiana - The words "former walk-on" are no longer the first ones used to describe Notre Dame middle linebacker Joe Schmidt.
- Indiana U. fraternity charter revoked over explicit video Updated: Oct-08-15 3:43 pm
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Alpha Tau Omega revoked the charter and closed its Indiana University chapter Thursday following the release of a video purportedly showing a fraternity member performing a sex act on a woman.
- BMV: reforms underway but will take years to complete Updated: Oct-08-15 3:37 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles officials say reforms to the poorly managed agency are underway, but will likely take several years to carryout.
- Passenger: Overloaded van's riders pleaded to slow down Updated: Oct-08-15 3:04 pm
WASHINGTON, Indiana - A man who was aboard an overloaded van that overturned on a southwestern Indiana highway, killing two people, says he and other passengers had screamed at the driver to slow down.
- Purdue Trustees committee recommends Daniels pay, extension Updated: Oct-08-15 3:04 pm
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana - A Purdue University Board of Trustees committee has approved a two-year extension of President Mitch Daniels' contract and 90 percent of his at-risk pay for the 2014-15 school year.
- Indiana man chose as 1st national Pig Farmer of Year Updated: Oct-08-15 9:55 am
TIPTON, Indiana - The National Pork Board's first-ever pig farmer of the year is from Tipton, Indiana.
- Indiana BMV chief to appear before lawmakers Updated: Oct-08-15 9:29 am
INDIANAPOLIS - The head of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is set to explain changes the agency has made after an audit found problems as it overcharged motorists millions of dollars in fees.
- South Bend community college exploring indoor farming Updated: Oct-08-15 9:24 am
SOUTH BEND, Indiana - A proposal is under consideration in South Bend for a private company to build a $3 million indoor farming operation at Ivy Tech Community College.
- Prosecutors seeking DNA sample in Gary officer's slaying Updated: Oct-08-15 8:18 am
CROWN POINT, Indiana - The Lake County prosecutor's office wants to obtain a DNA sample from a 27-year-old man accused of killing a Gary police officer.
- Respect on the menu for lunch crowd Updated: Oct-08-15 5:02 am
JASPER, Indiana - Riding in the back seat of a police car has become a good thing at Jasper High School.
- When grave robbers prowled Indianapolis Updated: Oct-08-15 5:01 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Grave robbing, body snatching, call it what you will: It happened, and it had to happen - not to satisfy the urges of sickos (not entirely, anyway) but because medical students in order to study human bodies needed human bodies.
- Purdue seeks leader for its newly formed charter high school Updated: Oct-08-15 4:00 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Purdue University is searching for a leader to helm its new charter high school that will boast a science- and math-focused curriculum.
- Solar energy farm planned for site near Anderson airport Updated: Oct-08-15 4:00 am
ANDERSON, Indiana - Plans are moving ahead for a solar energy farm on land near the Anderson Municipal Airport in central Indiana.
- Gary schools considers storing art collection with company Updated: Oct-08-15 3:55 am
GARY, Indiana - The Gary School Board is considering spending more than $14,000 to store its extensive art collection with a private Chicago art preservation company until it determines what to do with it.
- Pence appeals FEMA's denial of flood recovery funds Updated: Oct-07-15 6:42 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has appealed a federal decision denying a request for assistance to help local governments recover from flooding and severe storms.
- Environmental group targets Indiana's right-to-farm laws Updated: Oct-07-15 5:56 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - An environmental group is challenging the constitutionality of Indiana's right-to-farm laws on behalf of two rural families who say the stench wafting from a large hog farm west of Indianapolis is making their homes unlivable.
- Northern Indiana school district sued over Nativity scene Updated: Oct-07-15 5:42 pm
SOUTH BEND, Indiana - A high school student and a parent are challenging the constitutionality of a live Nativity scene that's been included in a northern Indiana school district's annual Christmas show for decades.
- 3 injured Colts stay behind, but Luck heads to Houston Updated: Oct-07-15 4:20 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Colts quarterback Andrew Luck made the trip to Houston but three of his teammates stayed home.
- Jury awards N. Indiana couple $31M over false accusation Updated: Oct-07-15 2:41 pm
HAMMOND, Indiana - A federal jury has awarded more than $31 million to a northwestern Indiana couple who sued the state after being wrongfully accused of causing their daughter's death.
- Pacers add rookie Kadeem Jack to training camp roster Updated: Oct-07-15 2:14 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Pacers signed former Rutgers start Kadeem Jack on Wednesday.
- With Luck hurting, Hasselbeck ill, Colts re-sign quarterback Updated: Oct-07-15 12:28 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - The Colts re-signed quarterback Josh Johnson on Wednesday as Andrew Luck recovers from an injured right shoulder.
- Correction: Indianapolis Deadly Crash story Updated: Oct-07-15 11:58 am
INDIANAPOLIS - In a story Oct. 6 about a deadly traffic accident in Indianapolis, The Associated Press, relying on information from the Marion County coroner's office, reported erroneously that an adult and two children had died. The coroner's office says an adult and a 5-year-old child died, but that 12-year-old Sandile Ncube was alive and on a ventilator as of Wednesday morning.
- Secretary of State Kerry sets Indiana University visit Updated: Oct-07-15 11:52 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Secretary of State John Kerry is set to speak at Indiana University next week during an event to mark the opening of the new building for IU's School of Global and International Studies.
- Indiana legislative panel focuses on e-cigarette regulation Updated: Oct-07-15 11:42 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Public health advocates told an Indiana legislative committee there's no scientific consensus on whether electronic cigarettes pose any health risks, even as a growing number of Indiana youths are trying the devices.
- Report: Indiana farm deaths increase in 2014 to 25 Updated: Oct-07-15 11:31 am
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana - Statistics from Purdue University show an increase in farm fatalities in Indiana last year.