New report confirms East Chicago lead troubles
New report confirms East Chicago lead troubles

Northwestern Indiana residents and environmental advocates say they're perplexed that a federal agency took two years to release its first report about blood-lead levels in children who live at a lead-tainted Superfund...

News Minute: Here is the latest Indiana news from The Associated Press at 8:40 a.m. EDT
News Minute: Here is the latest Indiana news from The Associated Press at 8:40 a.m. EDT

Authorities say two Chicago boys died after they were pulled from Lake Michigan at Indiana Dunes State Park in separate incidents. The Porter County coroner's office on Saturday identified one of the deceased as...

June 8th, 2:45 pm
Indiana officials to convene 2-day arts 'homecoming'
Indiana officials to convene 2-day arts 'homecoming'

Indiana is holding a 2-day conference for artists from across the state.

7 hrs 29 mins ago
USA Gymnastics president: mediation with Nassar survivors
USA Gymnastics president: mediation with Nassar survivors

USA Gymnastics President Kerry Perry says the embattled organization is in the midst of "productive" mediation talks with athletes who were sexually abused by a disgraced former national team doctor.

16 hrs 57 mins ago
Ex-sports doctor Nassar moved to another prison facility
Ex-sports doctor Nassar moved to another prison facility

Authorities say disgraced former sports doctor Larry Nassar has been transferred to another federal prison facility.

20 hrs 9 mins ago
Comedian Andy Gross stirs outrage at Purdue University
Comedian Andy Gross stirs outrage at Purdue University

Comedian Andy Gross stirred outrage at Indiana's Purdue University, which says the Los Angeles-based performer's act during a student orientation was inappropriate.

21 hrs 21 mins ago
Pilot dies as single-engine plane crashes in Michigan field
Pilot dies as single-engine plane crashes in Michigan field

Authorities say a 25-year-old man died as the single-engine plane he was piloting crashed in a southern Michigan field.

21 hrs 37 mins ago
New state police facilities planned in Fort Wayne, Lowell
New state police facilities planned in Fort Wayne, Lowell

Officials are moving ahead with plans to build two new Indiana State Police facilities in the northern part of the state.

August 19th, 9:51 am
Marker honoring late archaeologist dedicated at Angel Mounds
Marker honoring late archaeologist dedicated at Angel Mounds

A new state marker in southwestern Indiana honors an archaeologist who championed efforts to preserve a series of ancient Native American earthen mounds.

August 19th, 9:35 am
Indiana judge to hear appeal for proposed abortion clinic
Indiana judge to hear appeal for proposed abortion clinic

A federal judge will hold a two-day hearing this week on a Texas-based group's appeal of Indiana officials' rejection of its application to open an abortion clinic in South Bend.

August 19th, 9:27 am
Holcomb dedicates new basketball court at official residence
Holcomb dedicates new basketball court at official residence

Indiana's official governor's residence has a new basketball court that will play host to youth league games and community events.

August 18th, 3:42 pm
Sun also helps irrigate Muncie 'Mission Garden'
Sun also helps irrigate Muncie 'Mission Garden'

For this garden, the sun is twice and nice.

August 18th, 1:50 pm
Indy schools to review notification policy after brawl
Indy schools to review notification policy after brawl

Indianapolis public school officials are reviewing their communication policy after parents complained of not getting information about a brawl last week at Arsenal Technical High School.

August 18th, 12:38 pm
Indiana boy, 6, bags largest turkey taken during 2018 hunt
Indiana boy, 6, bags largest turkey taken during 2018 hunt

A southern Indiana boy who shot a 26-pound wild turkey during a spring hunting trip ended up bagging the largest bird taken during the state's 2018 turkey hunting season.

August 18th, 11:02 am
Lawmaker wants to allow school-safety funding referendums
Lawmaker wants to allow school-safety funding referendums

A state lawmaker wants to allow Indiana schools to seek referendums that would boost their funding for school safety initiatives.

August 18th, 10:54 am
Indiana's private lottery operator generates record profit
Indiana's private lottery operator generates record profit

The private company running most of Indiana's lottery operations generated a record profit this past year, but still fell short of its original contract's goal.

August 18th, 10:22 am

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