- Family of Indiana woman who vanished in 2001 plan gathering Updated: Jul-25-15 6:13 pm
RICHMOND, Indiana - Relatives and friends of a Richmond woman who vanished 14 years ago will remember her life Sunday during a gathering in the eastern Indiana city.
- 1 of 3 charged in teen's beating death agrees to guilty plea Updated: Jul-16-15 8:04 am
RICHMOND, Indiana - One of three men charged in the fatal beating of an eastern Indiana teenager would get a 45-year prison sentence according to the terms of a plea agreement.
- Hospital's ex-owners to help with contamination testing Updated: Jul-09-15 3:56 pm
RICHMOND, Indiana - The former owners of a shuttered eastern Indiana hospital say they'll help state environmental officials with testing to determine who's responsible for asbestos and heavy metal contamination found at the site.
- Richmond delays decision on wall repair in historic district Updated: Jul-09-15 4:04 am
RICHMOND, Indiana - The city of Richmond has delayed a decision whether to spend $120,000 to repair a brick wall that's nearing collapse in the city's historic district.
- E. Indiana school district pays $450K over student death Updated: Jul-08-15 7:36 pm
RICHMOND, Indiana - An eastern Indiana school district has agreed to pay $450,000 to settle a lawsuit over the death of a severely disabled student who died three days after choking at lunch.
- Milder winter means less heating aid for Indiana residents Updated: Jul-07-15 4:07 am
RICHMOND, Indiana - The milder temperatures of last winter could leave some Indiana residents without the heating assistance they need in the coming season.
- Blood center closing donor centers in Indiana, Ohio cities Updated: Jul-06-15 10:58 am
RICHMOND, Indiana - A regional blood center is closing a blood donation center in eastern Indiana and another in Ohio in response to the declining number of blood transfusions at its partner hospitals.
- Indiana county could become 3rd to seek needle-exchange Updated: Jul-05-15 1:16 pm
RICHMOND, Indiana - An eastern Indiana county that's facing a surge in hepatitis cases tied to needle-sharing among intravenous drug users could soon become the state's third county to request approval for a needle-exchange program under a new state law spurred by an HIV outbreak in southeastern Indiana.
- 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.