Noblesville is the first city in Indiana to join a cellular network that prioritizes emergency communications among first responders.
The bill would eliminate the source of funding police use for training, including mass shooting drills. Lawmakers say they'll backfill that money next year.
Flood warnings and advisories are in effect for central and southern parts of Indiana this week. Forecasters are predicting another 3 to 6 inches of rain.
The CFPB has not responded to a letter of concerns from Democratic Senators about the pending status of an Equifax breach investigation.
The 49th Annual Statewide Preservation Conference Will Be Held In Columbus For The First Time.
Indiana’s State Chemist Office has been busy ahead of the 2018 planting season preparing farmers to use the powerful herbicide Dicamba.
Although the rare bird population is doing better than in recent years, barn owls are still rare, and it’s illegal to shoot them.
The Ports of Indiana Commission says the Mount Vernon port was boosted by increases in ethanol, fertilizer and coal shipments last year.
The firing range in Spencer remains closed after nearby residents claim their homes were hit with stray bullets.
Keeping teachers around is a complicated issue, but officials say housing often plays a key role.