Police say officers shot and killed a man who fired at them from his Indianapolis home.
Top Indiana lawmakers are set to talk about what they expect will be the big issue during the upcoming legislative session.
A coalition of health and business groups is renewing its push for Indiana lawmakers to increase the state's cigarette tax by $2 per pack.
Not many scrapbooks have estimated values in the six figures.
Indiana State Police are hoping a photo of a knife blade used to kill one of four young Indianapolis restaurant workers slain in 1978 could lead to a break in the unsolved 40-year-old case.
Crews are expected to begin cleanup of the Indianapolis canal in coming days.
Duke Energy says remaining customers who lost power during the recent ice storm should have service restored by noon Sunday.
U.S. Army recruiters in Indiana and other Midwestern states where recruitment has consistently fallen short are exploring other recruitment tactics as they try to convince young people to enlist.
Authorities say two teenagers have died after the car they were riding in collided with a train in south central Indiana.
Indiana's high court is taking up the appeal of a man sentenced to life in prison for the stabbing deaths of three people in northwestern Indiana.
A clock that's told the time since the early 1900s from its perch atop a northern Indiana courthouse is getting a full overhaul ahead of its 150th birthday.
One of the largest outside Democratic groups says ramped-up spending on digital advertising played a key role in battleground races where seats were taken away from Republicans during the recent midterm elections.
A second guidance counselor at an Indiana Catholic high school says she's discriminated against because she's gay.