A local Indiana Republican Party chairman said he regrets sponsoring the float, which featured “smoking” replicas of the twin towers.
As taps began to play, "they both stood with arms behind their backs, silently, the entire time," Jacqi Honrbach said.
Kristi Anema suffered a terrifying firework injury and is speaking out in hopes to promote safety ahead of the holiday weekend.
Investigators said 11-month-old Mercedes Lain was seen last Saturday when her parents left her in the care of their friend.
Authorities say three people including a police officer were wounded and a suspect was dead in a shooting connected to a reported domestic disturbance in Indianapolis.
A food processor has issued a voluntary recall for frozen, raw, breaded, and pre-browned stuffed chicken products over concerns of possible salmonella contamination.
In a ruling dated Sunday, U.S. District Judge Damon Leichty in South Bend rejected a request from eight IU students who sought to block the requirement.
A father from Indiana had seconds to act when his 4-year-old child fell to the ground and became unresponsive amid a sudden cardiac arrest.
An underground steam pipe exploded causing a manhole cover to spew steam and debris in an Indianapolis neighborhood.
An Indiana family purchased their Chevy Suburban back in September, but it was only recently that 9-year-old Landon Melvin was cleaning the SUV and found an envelope containing $5,000 under a floor mat.
An Indiana woman faces child neglect charges after investigators said her 4-year-old daughter nearly died from a lice infestation so severe doctors had to give her multiple blood transfusions.
Two high school students died in a car crash Saturday on their way to the prom in Indiana. The cause of the crash remains under investigation
The eight people killed in a mass shooting at a FedEx warehouse will be remembered Saturday during a public ceremony at the football stadium where the Indianapolis Colts play.
The Indy 500 is set to be the largest sporting event in the world since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic with 135,000 spectators permitted to attend.
Indiana was one of the first states to enact a “red flag" gun law, though prosecutors said Monday the FedEx shooting suspect never had a hearing even after he was reported by his mother.
Police said the former employee who shot and killed eight people at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis legally purchased the two assault rifles used in the attack despite red flag laws designed to prevent that.
Coroners released the names of the victims of the shooting in Indianapolis late Friday. Four of them were members of Indianapolis' Sikh community — another blow to the Asian American community that comes a month after six people of Asian descent were killed in a mass shooting in the Atlanta area and amid ongoing attacks against Asian Americans amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Police said the gunman started randomly shooting at people in the parking lot late Thursday night and then went into the building, where he shot himself shortly before police entered the facility.
Police in Kokomo, Indiana, said the four thieves rode the stolen Harley-Davidson motorcycles right off the showroom floor.
A man suspected of killing three adults and a child had pulled out a gun and opened fire following a heated argument over dividing a stimulus check, the family says.