Indiana and 13 other states are suing the EPA over pollutions standards it set, and the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case yesterday.
Lauren Spierer's parents filed a civil suit in May against Corey Rossman, Jason Rosenbaum and Michael Beth.
Law enforcement personnel say they don’t necessarily see an uptick in crime between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Troy D. Harden, 44, was killed while sheriff's deputies were attempting to serve an arrest warrant.
The new initiative is a public-private partnership to inform consumers that smurfing, or purchasing medicines for meth makers, is a criminal offense.
The judge's ruling stops Indiana from enforcing a law that would impose new requirements on abortion clinics that provide only chemical abortions.
A class-action settlement against BP went to a federal court judge today, after the petroleum company sold tainted gas in the summer of 2012.
A judge in Bartholomew County ordered for a body to be exhumed and an autopsy performed.
Several organizations are sending financial support to the Philippines, which was devastated by a typhoon late last week.
Veterans and government officials gathered at the Indiana War Memorial today, emphasizing the need to reduce Indiana's veteran unemployment rate.
James Finney was convicted of one count of murder and two counts of possessing a handgun without a license.