Eight missing children were rescued in a five-day rescue operation in the Indianapolis area and one person was arrested on charges including parental kidnapping, according to federal authorities.
The outbreaks since students began returning to campus in the past few weeks have heightened tensions between colleges and their towns and led to recriminations between local politicians and university officials.
A former Target employee recently uploaded a video to TikTok which showed the employee making a "Blue Lives Matter" drink that, they alleged, contained bleach.
A man bit a trooper and abandoned a child on a busy toll road in Northwest Indiana early Saturday morning. The trooper tased him, but the taser had no effect.
Police in Indiana say a woman admitted to burning an infant with a lighter and holding the baby's face against a running treadmill.
Lezmond Mitchell is scheduled to be put to death Aug. 26 at a federal prison in Indiana where he’s being held. He lost a bid in the 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals to interview jurors.
Lezmond Mitchell, who is Navajo, is set to be put to death on Aug. 26. He’s among the first inmates whose executions were scheduled after the U.S. Justice Department said that it would resume carrying out capital punishment for the first time since 2003.
A 2-year-old girl died two days after she was shot in her head during crossfire Wednesday in Hammond, Indiana, according to police.
An officer helped a 12-year-old boy run his lemonade stand -- and even matched all of his proceeds.
Firefighters in Indiana spent an hour searching a reservoir on Saturday to recover a valuable item for one woman – her prosthetic leg.
A convicted killer from Iowa whose five victims included two young girls is scheduled Friday to become the third federal inmate to be executed this week, following a 17-year pause in federal executions.
Wesley Ira Purkey was put to death at the Federal Correctional Complex in Terre Haute, Indiana.
A U.S. judge has halted the execution of a federal death row inmate whose lawyers argue suffers from dementia.
The U.S. has carried out the first federal execution in nearly two decades, putting to death a man who was convicted of killing an Arkansas family in the 1990s in a plot to build a whites-only nation in the Pacific Northwest.
A U.S. district judge on Monday ordered a new delay in federal executions, hours before the first lethal injection was scheduled to be carried out at a federal prison in Indiana.
A Black man says a group of white men assaulted him and threatened to “get a noose” after claiming that he and his friends had trespassed on private property as they gathered at an Indiana lake over the Fourth of July weekend.
Disturbing videos have emerged purportedly showing a car driving into two protesters following a demonstration Monday night in Indiana, leaving them clinging onto its hood as it raced down a street.
Leora Martin has lived through World War II, survived cancer and successfully battled her way back from a bout of pneumonia last year, learned earlier this month that she’s also a survivor of COVID-19.
An Indianapolis husband and wife married for 67 years were finally reunited after five weeks apart – their longest ever separation – while the wife battled COVID-19, local media reported.
Joyce and Don Hoffman were separated for five weeks after she tested positive for COVID-19.