The FBI is investigating vandalism at the Islamic Society of North America and it's a busy day at the statehouse as the session enters its final days.
Title IX Coordinator Jason Casares has been on paid administrative leave since a colleague said Casares sexually assaulted her at a conference.
Forties again today, and near 40 tomorrow, but it won't stay that warm or that dry too much longer. Snow is coming back...
Restrictions related to the Avian Flu outbreak are lifted, the fight over whether Todd Young can appear on the U.S. Senate primary ballot may not be over.
It reached 72 degrees Saturday in Indianapolis, breaking the old record of 67 degrees in 1983.
The Airport Authority is delaying a vote on the proposed medical complex until it can "further process community feedback and have additional conversations."
Renee Montagne talks to Richard Lugar, who represented Indiana in the U.S. Senate from 1977 to 2013 about the future of the GOP.
Airport Authority delays vote on medical complex, Fogle's attorneys face deadline to file an appeal and an exchange student is attacked in Nashville.
Kinsey's new director talks about research focus; early predictions call for a good start to the growing season; An iconic ride returns to Holiday World.
How do road crews treat I-69 during bad weather and was an "independent" ISTEP investigation really independent?