Two banks are trying to foreclose on properties in Bloomington’s Gentry Crest neighborhood, where some people put hundreds of thousands of dollars down to build their dream homes.
A lawsuit by five employees of Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana says the organization failed to protect them from a man accused of recording bathroom videos at a Fishers store.
Leading white nationalist Matthew Heimbach of Paoli has been released from jail after violating his probation for harassing a protester at a 2016 Donald Trump campaign rally.
Court Appointed Special Advocates serve as a voice for children as they go through the court system, but more than a hundred kids are waiting for an advocate.
A black Indiana man who sued four Louisiana state troopers after being handcuffed and detained during a trip to New Orleans is having his case tried again because of racial discrimination in jury selection.
Police say they found two dead horses and one starving horse at the man's property in May.
Officials in Indianapolis have launched a program that allows police officers to take people struggling with substance abuse issues, mental health problems and homelessness directly to a detox facility.
When a person loses the ability to make important life decisions, a guardian is sometimes appointed to help. A judge approved a first-of-its-kind case that represents a new option.
City of Bloomington officials say an increased law enforcement presence in Peoples Park last summer resulted in a decrease in calls to the area, but say disruptive activity increased in other areas of the city.
Three people face federal charges of illegally buying the guns used to fatally shoot two Indiana officers.
Monday morning, a magistrate judge scheduled the juvenile "fact-finding” trial for June 25 and 26. The teen is being tried as a juvenile as required by state law.