The sudden closure of Indiana Beach took Monticello and White County officials by surprise.
NEW ALBANY — Louisville couple Greg Bourke and Michael De Leon were among the plaintiffs in Obergefell v. Hodges U.S. Supreme Court case that made same-sex marriage legal throughout the United States.
A former correctional sergeant at Wabash Valley Correctional Facility in Carlisle has been arrested on charges regarding alleged abuse of an inmate.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A former hospice nurse arrested last week in Floyd County for medical fraud now faces a total of 20 charges in three Southern Indiana counties.
Best course still resignation for embattled state attorney general
With every step in the process, Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill's status as the state's chief law-enforcement officer grows more tenuous.
The Parke County Poor Asylum, which sits on 6.2 acres north of Rockville, is listed for sale at an asking price of $200,000. But fair warning – it's definitely a fixer-upper.
In need of expansion, Hopebridge Autism Therapy Center will soon construct a new 10,000-square-foot building near Terre Haute Regional Hospital. Construction at 399 Hospital Lane is slated to start by the end of this month or early March with completion by mid fall. Opening is slated for Nov. 11.
The Vigo County School Corp. and chief financial officer Bruce Perry have agreed to part ways, although Perry will continue to be paid through June 30, according to a separation agreement obtained by the Tribune-Star through a public records request.
Terre Haute Police Chief Shawn Keen visited the Terre Haute NAACP branch meeting Monday night for a discussion about the how city came to participate in the "Live PD" television show, and the effort was appreciated, said the local branch president.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, is calling for the resignation of newly appointed Kokomo city councilman Roger Stewart, after anti-Muslim Facebook posts he shared on his profile were uncovered.
Katie Bray has a large paperweight sitting on her nightstand by her bed that always reminds her of her mother, who died in April after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
Three years ago, on Feb. 24, the Indiana Pacers honored the 1985, ‘86 and ‘87 boys basketball teams of neighboring Marion High School.
Just over a year ago, a raging fire and related smoke and heat damage destroyed the southern Vigo County home and most possessions of Sherri and Lee Armstrong, forever changing their lives.
PERU – The Indiana Department of Transportation is moving forward with plans to install five J-turn intersections on U.S. 31 in Miami County just three year after pulling a similar proposal that received fierce pushback from legislators and residents.
In past columns I have featured the East Fork State Fish Hatchery in Daviess County and Cikana State Fish Hatchery in Morgan County near Martinsville. The third state hatchery, located south of Indianapolis, is Driftwood in Jackson County near the town of Vallonia. Driftwood is a part of the Jackson-Washington County State Forest and the Starve Hollow State Recreation Area, both a great place to view nature in a landscape of high rolling hills that are often shaped like knobs. They are a classic example of the Knobstone Region of Southern Indiana. Another feature of this area is the nearby Vallonia State Nursery where many trees are produced to help keep our Hoosier forests a green landscape for us to enjoy and treasure.
This Week's Circulars
- Toddler's mother testifies in Anderson murder trial
- Woman suffers head trauma in auto accident
- Fleming can't recall details of night Patterson was murdered
- 3-year-old had similar injuries to sibling who died
- Family shares memories and grief after 19-year-old dies in car accident
- Juror's question results in second video being played in trial of Anderson man accused of murdering toddler
- Jail log: Feb: 13
- Chesterfield man convicted of murder in toddler's death
- Jury finds man guilty of August 2018 murder
- Woman brings meetings to Anderson to help fight addiction