In the wake of the Oklahoma tornado tragedy, Hoosiers are getting calls to help but some of those calls aren't helping victims; they're creating even more.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller says state residents who bought E-books published by Penguin Group would receive $1.15 million in refunds as part of a
An eastern Indiana man has been sentenced to 37 years in prison in the starvation death of his 3-month-old son.
Indiana University President Michael McRobbie is recommending tuition and fee increases of 1.75 percent for Indiana residents in each of the next two years at
A marijuana grow operation consisting of 111 marijuana plants, 70 clone plants, four mother plants, and six 1-pound bags of marijuana was dismantled in Elwood
A Central Indiana woman is taking matters into her own hands. She is offering a $200 reward to help police catch the person vandalizing her Fountain Square
John Lethen is taking on the biggest project of his life.
An Indiana Marine killed in battle in World War II, the Mooresville woman he loved and left behind, and the diary discovered last month that for a moment,
An Indianapolis Metropolitan police officer involved in a fatal crash Thursday had no disciplinary record and hadn't been drinking alcohol, according to the
A creative team that helped make the movie "Hoosiers" has reunited to create a 60-second commercial touting the benefits of an Indiana University education.
Former Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi is facing a legal malpractice lawsuit. It stems from the Tamara Vangundy case. She's the former Hancock County
The city of Indianapolis fired two employees indicted on federal charges this week, and it’s hired an attorney to handle additional investigations into alleged
Cool temperatures and a cool breeze greeted race fans visiting the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for Carb Day. With temperatures in the low 50s fans turned up
Thursday night, a number of floats scheduled to appear in the 2013 IPL 500 Festival Parade received honors.
One of the suspects in a basketball star's murder plead guilty in court Thursday.
It will likely be months before a judge rules on whether a new trial should be granted to a man convicted of killing an Indiana University student who