Judith Seigle diverted, embezzled and misappropriated over $430,000.
Hackers are gaining access to Hoosier health records and information by targeting health care providers across the state.
A chip card system like the one Europe and Africa have used for a decade is now in effect in the U.S. as of Thursday.
The street and sidewalk concrete paving conspiracy took more than $800,000 from the city coffers.
State Police say 50-year-old Charles Scott Defabritis allegedly obtained several farm loans in 2013 using false information and collateral.
About 4,000 debit cards are being replaced by the IU Credit union after they were said to be at risk of fraud.
The Indiana University Police Department has received nine reports of credit card fraud in just the past few days.
The e-biofuel company was running a scam where it used regular oil and sold it under the assumption of being biofuel.
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 partnership aims to reduce unemployment insurance fraud.