A high school teacher has turned herself in to the Sullivan County Jail following allegations of sexual encounters with a student.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is considering a proposal to euthanize certain animals including raccoons and coyotes.
Indiana lawmakers are expected back at the Statehouse the week of May 14 for a special session to deal with bills the Republican-dominated Legislature couldn't wrap up last month.
A 14-year-old boy accidentally shot by another boy early Sunday has died.
A Silver Alert for Nathaniel Selous Ellenbogen has been canceled.
A notice posted on the Food & Drug Administration website Friday said the eggs shipped from a North Carolina farm may be tainted with salmonella.
Indiana Democrats say a jump in new candidates on the May 8 primary ballot is a sign that they could cut into large Republican majorities in the state House and Senate that have left them largely powerless over the past six years.
When Reese Witherspoon is tweeting about you, you know your message is reaching all corners of the country.
The lawsuit seeks damages of $1 million
State health officials are urging Indiana residents to get tested for sexually transmitted diseases as the nation marks STD Awareness Month during April.
Indiana soybean farmers have expressed concern after China proposed a 25 percent tariff on many United States exports, adding soybeans to the list last week.
Indiana residents without a fishing license won't need one to go fishing later this month at the state's public-owned lakes and rivers.