Hoosiers’ private information such as addresses and social security numbers may have been published online after being gathered for a federal program.
Paul Bateman apologized in court to Dr. Arthur Sumrall, who invested $1.7 million in a supposed ethanol project backed by the Russell Foundation.
The Indiana Civil Rights Commission is trying to educate businesses and individuals about racial profiling in an effort to prevent further incidents.
Nearly 8 percent of inmates at the Marion County Jail reported being sexually abused by a jail staff member, according to a Department of Justice report.
Alzheimer’s and dementia patient advocates say new legislation will help ensure law enforcement know how to deal with that growing segment of the population.
Federal prosecutors say David Wyser took a campaign contribution as a reward for the early release of a woman convicted of murder-for-hire.
All four people found dead in a Waynesville home this weekend were shot in the head, an autopsy report shows.
The Supreme Court ruled that an Indiana farmer who used patented seed for more than one planting in violation of his licensing agreement is liable for damages.
Relatives of one of the victims spoke to the media Monday.
Police say the counterfeits may have taken advantage of busy times at stores when cashiers would not pay attention to the poorly-made fake bills.