Wintry precipitation is expected to hit central Indiana from Thursday night through Friday night.
It’s the largest November tornado outbreak in recorded history with more than two dozen tornadoes confirmed in Indiana. Join us for "This Side Of The Storm."
In southwest Indiana, 2 tornadoes hit the Washington area. National Weather Service Meteorologist Michael Koch says one of them traveled nearly 20 miles.
Who is responsible for Indiana's dams upkeep, why a Cesarean may not be best for mothers or babies and the state superintendent walks out on her own meeting.
More on Howard Zinn and the debate over who decides what's taught in Indiana's classrooms and why Indiana girls lead their male peers until high school.
"Indiana Newsdesk" takes a look back to what was making the news in our “History Through Headlines” segment.
How Indiana lawmakers are addressing sexual assault, a Chinese school in Terre Haute is expanding and we go back to the largest disaster in state history.
Severe weather threats tonight include tornadoes and damaging wind gusts to 80 MPH.
Is it safe to buy breast milk online, more on the Indy airport's solar energy project and claims the state board of education violated open door laws.
A freeze watch is in effect from 2 a.m. Thursday until 10 a.m. Friday.