Nippon Steel's new Shelbyville factory will employ 70 people to make wiring for cars, joining an already large Japanese automotive sector in the state.
A new report finds wealthy families’ spending on “education extras” has rocketed yet remained level in other income groups.
Democratic members of the U.S. House of Representatives are staging a sit-in on the House floor to protest a lack of action on voting for gun control measures.
The man was pulled over on a traffic stop wearing a vest with wires coming out of it. He claimed it might contain a bomb. The device was safely disarmed.
National Weather Service officials say to keep on the look out for severe weather this afternoon and evening.
A Kentucky man could face up to 10 months in jail if he is found guilty of timber theft in Indiana.
Indiana Sen. Joe Donnelly, D, will host the U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter at the Naval Support Activity Crane this afternoon.
Goodnight says the city will get tens of thousands of dollars with the solar farm partnership.
Indiana ranks 40th in the nation for preschool enrollment: parents of 60 percent of Indiana’s three and four year olds say their children are not in school.
Indiana's leading medical authorities have adopted new guidelines intended to more stringently regulate prescriptions written for opiates.