The FBI confiscated pre-World War II artifacts from Donald Miller's home last spring.
A contaminated ground water plume in the west central part of the city contains high levels of vinyl chloride.
Three Syrian families have come to Indiana. A total of 2,000 are expected to arrive in the U.S. this fiscal year.
The bill opens the door for terminally ill patients to try drugs that haven't received the FDA's final stamp of approval.
Indiana could become the first state to officially legalize baby boxes, and a veteran might have to leave behind his dog because of city regulations.
A Senate committee unanimously approves a bill giving terminally-ill patients the chance to try experimental drugs.
Baby boxes aim to provide mothers who want to give up their children safely an extra layer of anonymity.
State health officials confirm the number has risen to 44 confirmed cases and one additional preliminary positive.
The bill’s Senate sponsor says it makes sense to let people with fatal conditions try medications even if they haven’t received final FDA approval.
Sen. Dan Coats was one of the few GOP Senators who did not sign an open letter to Iranian leaders Monday warning them of ongoing nuclear negotiations.