A federal grand jury indicted Muncie's building commissioner on allegations of using sham bidding practices and fake invoices to steer work to his companies.
Seventy percent of those in jail are simply awaiting trail. The court says current bail practices unfairly target the poor.
The construction plans are moving forward for Indiana’s first underground coal mine simulation for safety training.
A judge and jury heard opening statements and witness testimony Tuesday in Messel's case.
The new date will be discussed in a phone conference Thursday afternoon.
Mark Leonard was found guilty in the Richmond Hill explosion trial; the public can tour the first Mormon temple in Indiana. Read more in our morning roundup.
A Brown County judge will wait until jury selection to decide if Daniel Messel's trial will be relocated; Rep. Christina Hale won't run for U.S. Senate in 2016.
Eva Kor took the stand in Lueneburg, Germany, on Wednesday to testify in the trial of Oscar Groening, a former Nazi guard.
Samuel Sallee, 57, is charged with four counts of murder for killing four people in Bartholomew County in 2013.
Defense attorneys completed their main arguments today in the trial of the man who allegedly killed a Pizza X driver in Bloomington nearly two years ago.