For the second time in five months, an infant has been left in a baby box at a northwestern Indiana volunteer fire station.
The leaders of Donald Trump's 2016 general election campaign in Indiana are endorsing Rep. Todd Rokita in the state's Republican Senate primary.
A federal document lists Purdue University research as a source for recommending a 24 percent tariff on imported steel, but the researchers are pushing back.
The owners of Switchyard Brewing say they’ll open in the former Jake’s Nightclub on North Walnut by the end of next month.
Two events Wednesday commemorated the 50th anniversary of Senator Robert F. Kennedy announcing the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The state released its first evaluation of Indiana’s 93 charter schools this week.
Last month board members agreed on a pause on changes to the school accountability system, citing unknown factors of recently approved changes to high school graduation requirements.
Demolition began Monday afternoon on East Chicago’s West Calumet Housing Complex, but the U.S.S. Lead Superfund site still leaves former residents concerned.
Purdue University officially launched its controversial joint venture with what was formerly known as Kaplan University Monday.
John Oliver released a children's book about a gay rabbit in response to a book about Vice President Mike Pence through the eyes of the family's pet.