A federal judge also ordered 49-year-old Franklin Fennell of Terre Haute to pay $110,600 in restitution to the Vigo County School Corp.
A federal bankruptcy judge Thursday approved a bid for a homeowners association representing Eagle Pointe residents to purchase the shuttered golf course near Lake Monroe.
Indiana leaders celebrated National Child Abuse Prevention Month Thursday amid controversy at the state’s child welfare agency.
The city of Bloomington is addressing potential traffic issues that could come up when summer construction projects begin.
A new historical marker commemorating Syrian immigrants who flocked to Terre Haute in the early 20th Century was dedicated Thursday.
An Indiana State University fraternity is one of the first in the country to use solar panels to help power their chapter house.
Rather than interrupting Wednesday’s meeting like in previous weeks, activists spoke only during the public comment portion in voicing opposition to the purchase of an armored vehicle.
Indiana University’s graduate student government approved a proposal this week asking the university to institute scholarship opportunities for so-called Dreamers.
Nationally, the economic toll of the opioid crisis is in the hundreds of billions. For families of addicts, the losses can include their life savings, peace of mind and sense of hope.
The GOP tax bill ended the individual mandate that required Americans to have insurance.