Prosecutors: Arrests made in Indiana synagogue vandalism

Federal prosecutors say they've made arrests in connection with vandalism that left anti-Semitic graffiti spray-painted at a suburban Indianapolis synagogue.

Ex-ISU student gets 10 years on work release in man's death

A former Indiana State University student who fatally shot a man at an off-campus housing complex has been sentenced to 10 years on work release.

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An Indiana bishop who handled two cases of alleged priest sexual abuse during his previous post in Pennsylvania notified his superiors and authorities about the accusations but also warned of "scandal" if they became...

Authorities: Doctor dies in northeast Indiana tractor mishap

Authorities say a doctor who had his medical license revoked in 2016 has died after being pinned between a fence post and a tractor in northeastern Indiana.

Indianapolis councilman resigns, pleads guilty to charges

An Indianapolis City-County councilman has resigned and has pleaded guilty to four counts of battery on a child.

'The Voice' runner-up Agen to perform at Arts Awards event

An Indiana teenager who was last year's runner-up on NBC's "The Voice" talent competition will perform at an October event honoring the latest winners of Indiana's Governor's Arts Awards.

Coroner IDs woman found dead at abandoned central IN home

Authorities say a woman whose body was found in an abandoned rural central Indiana house had been fatally shot.

Prosecutor: Northwestern Indiana lawyer shot dead by client

Authorities say a northwestern Indiana attorney was fatally shot at his home by a client.

Current Indiana bishop named in grand jury sex abuse report

An Indiana bishop who handled two cases of alleged priest sexual abuse during his previous post in Pennsylvania notified his superiors and authorities about the accusations but also warned of "scandal" if they became public.

City: INDOT will miss Aug. 31 target for I-69 Section 5

The city of Bloomington says the state will miss its Aug. 31 target for substantially completing Section 5 of the Interstate 69 extension to Evansville.

Catholic school can get state money, fire for LGBTQ marriage

A legal expert says a Catholic high school in Indiana can legally suspend a counselor for her same-sex marriage, despite receiving $6.5 million in public money over the last five years.

Ohio State wants claims nixed in diving coach sex abuse suit

The Ohio State University Diving Club is asking a federal court to dismiss claims against it in a lawsuit over allegations that a former coach sexually abused young divers.

Group home owner, workers charged in alleged resident attack

The owner of an Indianapolis group home for people with physical and mental disabilities and three of her employees face felony charges for their alleged roles in a resident's beating.

Biden trip to Illinois event canceled because of illness

A trip by former Vice President Joe Biden to Springfield, Illinois, has been called off because of illness.

Swastikas painted at southern Indiana retirement community

Graffiti including swastikas, upside-down crosses and drawings of genitalia has been cleaned up after being discovered in southern Indiana.

The Latest: State police head says dept. stands by troopers

The Latest on the settlement of a lawsuit against Louisiana State Police by a black Indiana man who was handcuffed and detained when he was a teenager in 2015 (all times local):

Evansville officials back project for WWII troop ship move

A restored World War II naval vessel will move to a more prominent location along the Ohio River in Evansville under a plan approved by city officials.

Settlement reached in state police handcuffing of black teen

Louisiana State Police and a black Indiana man who was handcuffed and detained in New Orleans' French Quarter when he was a teenager in 2015 have settled a federal lawsuit.

Survivor of duck boat sinking urges ban on such crafts

An Indiana woman whose husband and three children died when a duck bank sank last month in Missouri says she hopes to save lives by backing an effort to ban the amphibious tourist boats.

3 arrested in connection with body found in Indiana preserve

Authorities say three people have been arrested in connection with the discovery of a badly decomposed body in a central Indiana nature preserve.

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