LEBANON, Ind. — Jurors in the third murder trial of David Camm sat through another day of complex scientific testimony in a case that continues to pit forensic experts against each other.
Court reporter can’t recall certain details of evidence examination
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Teen hero, 16, fatally shot in Noblesville home
A man was charged with reckless homicide Monday following the fatal shooting of an Indiana teenager hailed as a hero in 2010 when she helped save two children who fell into an icy reservoir.
30 years for man who let others have sex with son
An Australian man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison after authorities say he and his partner allowed at least eight others to have sex with their young adopted son for money.
- Indiana lawmakers face ambitious agenda in short session Lawmakers are crafting an aggressive agenda for the new year that includes a tax break for businesses, preschool funding for the poor, road spending and a divisive constitutional amendment – all packaged into a so-called “short session” of the Legislature.
State sells plane, cuts higher education amid shortfall
Gov. Mike Pence is selling the state plane and asking state agencies to cut spending as the state deals with a surprise budget shortfall.
Vincennes Aviation Center at Indy gets upgrades
A major renovation of the Vincennes University Aviation Technology Center at Indianapolis International Airport is expected to begin next month and last about a year
Ball State to face Arkansas State in GoDaddy Bowl
Arkansas State will face Ball State in the GoDaddy Bowl.
Indiana religious, civic leaders praise Mandela
Religious and civic leaders and Hoosiers of different races, faiths and ages praised Nelson Mandela on Sunday as a model of reconciliation, understanding and perseverance.
Hospital cuts create uncertain future for nurses
Nurses and those preparing to enter the profession are being forced increasingly to shift their job focus as hospitals slash positions amid declining admissions and revenue.
Most Southern Indiana counties under travel advisories
Emergency managers kept travel advisories posted Saturday for most southern Indiana counties following a winter storm that dumped more than 10 inches of snow on some locations and contributed to the deaths of two motorists.
Snow, ice sock Indiana as winter makes early strike
Two people were killed on treacherous roads and schools and businesses were closed as a storm that dumped ice and as much as 10 inches of snow on much of Indiana stretched into its second day Friday.
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