A jury convicted a Bargersville man of numerous criminal charges Thursday, including strangling a woman and attempting to burn down her apartment.
The wariness of an old paratrooper can be felt line by line.
Exchanges over the proposed Whiteland chicken ordinance were heated at times Tuesday.
The large red sign advertising “Gail’s Thrift Store” can’t be missed along South Morton Street entering Franklin.
A bridge replacement will close a portion of Peterman Road for four months starting next week.
According to Rep. Robb Greene, R-Shelbyville, third-party delivery companies are more about collecting data from consumers than delivering a piping-hot pizza.
Dozens of Hoosiers descended upon the Statehouse to call for increased K-12 funding in the next state budget, but much of the testimony heard on Thursday was split over a pending proposal to more than double taxpayer spending on Indiana’s “school choice” voucher program.
The Indiana Senate on Thursday passed a much-disputed proposal barring Indiana National Guard members from demanding a military trial — or court-martial — in lieu of non-judicial punishment.
A bill aiming to increase participation in the state’s 21st Century Scholars Program unanimously passed the Senate Education and Career Development Committee Wednesday.
Bit by bit, students saw their money disappear.