A weather system moving through central Indiana Saturday night and Sunday will result in significant accumulations of snow and some ice.
Coats who is a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, explains what he thinks the U.S. needs to consider in its next moves against the Islamic State.
Why some parents are opting their kids out of ISTEP testing, this week at the statehouse and a look back 30 years ago to the Bob Knight chair throwing incident.
The testing comes as a university committee made up of students, faculty and other officials contemplates integrating the devices into the police department.
The General Assembly this week hit the halfway mark of its 2015 session, approving several major bills and killing off another.
Hesburgh is credited with transforming Notre Dame from a small Catholic college to an academic and religious powerhouse
State Board of Education members heard many concerns this week over how school growth and performance are calculated to form A-F grades.
A Bosnian immigrant was accused of conspiring to provide money and weapons to the so-called Islamic State.
An investigation has identified the students responsible for the threat, and principal Jeffry Henderson says "appropriate disciplinary action" is being taken.
The state is ineligible for future hazard mitigation funding as long as compliance issues in Kokomo persist, which could result in millions of dollars lost.