MUNCIE – It’s deer-hunting season in the Midwest, but there is no evidence that the increased use of rifles causes more violent crimes, a Ball State University researcher said.
RENSSELAER — The Rensselaer Police Department arrested 44-year-old Amy Downs of Rensselaer Oct. 29 for allegedly being under the influence of drugs in public.
RENSSELAER — Local firefighters were called in as early as 6:15 a.m. Wednesday morning to deal with a large fire at the ADM grain elevator in Parr, near the Fair Oaks Farms campus.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — At an all-staff meeting Aug. 30, News-Gazette Media CEO John Reed announced to employees that an agreement has been signed to sell substantially all of its assets to the family-owned Champaign Multi Media Group LLC, an affiliate company of Community Media Group.
INDIANAPOLIS — Leslie Montgomery has been named to the executive leadership team of the Indiana Region of the American Red Cross.
SASEBO, Japan — Petty Officer 3rd Class Stephen Stromberg, of Crown Point, said he wanted to get some training to build a skill from which he could base a career, while traveling and getting new experiences.
INDIANAPOLIS — After the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear a case involving access to Lake Michigan’s beaches, Attorney General Curtis Hill expressed satisfaction that the ability of the general public to enjoy the natural beauty of Indiana’s shoreline remains protected.
The Southern Indiana Cooperative Invasives Management has hired Erica Luchik as the new regional specialist for northwest Indiana. She began work on Jan. 7 for the state-wide Indiana Invasives Initiative project. The counties covered include Newton, Jasper, Pulaski, White, Cass, Starke, Mars…
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana University School of Medicine scientists and physicians brought in nearly $150 million in research funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in federal fiscal year 2018 — a 10 percent increase over the previous year and a new record for the school.
RENSSELAER — Jasper County Community Services will host its annual “Talk to an Attorney” event and outreach program later this month.
KENTLAND — Newton County Animal Control was able to locate and rescue 15 dogs believed to be from a puppy mill that were dumped at Willow Slough.
RENSSELAER — A Terre Haute man accused of leaving the scene of a fatal crash in October pleaded not guilty Tuesday in Jasper County Circuit Court.
Saint Joseph’s College posted the following message online on Monday, Nov. 12, for Veterans Day, “in memory of all our veterans today:”
MOROCCO, Ind. — Three years ago, Tyler Orlando was battling for his life in a children’s hospital, trying to fight off encephalitis — an infection of the brain.
INDIANAPOLIS — In the wake of widespread damage caused by Hurricane Florence, Secretary of State Connie Lawson cautioned investors to watch out for opportunistic investment or charitable scams.
MERRILLVILLE — Northern Indiana Public Service Company officials said Wednesday, as part of its future electric supply planning process, that analysis shows the most viable option for customers would include moving up the retirement of a majority of its remaining coal-fired generation in the…
BLOOMINGTON — Indiana University enrollment this fall semester features the largest freshman class in its nearly 200-year-old history, while the diversity of IU’s student body continues to grow.
MUNCIE — Ball State University recently received the National Weather Service’s StormReady Community designation in recognition of efforts to make the campus community safer through emergency readiness and procedures.
LOGANSPORT — The main entrance to Logansport Memorial Hospital, accessed from Fulton Street off Michigan Avenue, will undergo construction for milling and repaving Aug. 23-24.
They’re the remnants of decades of industry, left when companies moved on or, more often, fell apart in bankruptcy court.
BLOOMINGTON — New research from Indiana University finds opioid addiction lowers Indiana’s economic output and costs the state more than $4 billion in economic damage.
Saint Joseph’s College recently announced an upcoming event, the inaugural Purple Tie Dinner honoring legendary Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka. The event is set to take place on Saturday, June 9 at the Fair Oaks Farmhouse restaurant.
MONTICELLO — The White County Prosecutor’s Office has formally filed charges against a Chesterton couple allegedly involved last summer in an altercation with law enforcement officers during a…
From Oct. 28-Nov. 1, the White County Prosecutor’s Office filed 23 cases related to criminal matters for a total of 682 cases so far this year.
SEATTLE - When the chief financial officer for Costco gets messaged by his sister asking if that viral Facebook posting about that $75 coupon is for real, you know this is a pretty good scam. Richard Galanti takes a philosophical attitude. "They come and they go periodically," he says. "We've all clicked on something and afterwards realized we shouldn't have." The scam, offering a $75 coupon ...
BALTIMORE - Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison on Thursday said more "investigative steps" are needed into detective Sean Suiter's 2017 shooting death, saying the case remains open a week after pronouncing it closed. "I should have chosen a better word last week when I said the investigation into the death of Detective Sean Suiter was 'closed,'" Harrison said in a statement to The ...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - In 1998, major tobacco companies reached a historic legal settlement with states that had sued them over the health care costs of smoking-related illnesses. But individual smokers have continued to sue, and to this day the tobacco industry remains tied up in hundreds of court fights with sickened smokers, or with family members who lost a loved one to cancer, heart disease ...