Patrick Scott, 59, was charged with murder in the death of Valerie Tindall, an Indiana high schooler who lived with her family just behind his home.
David “Red” Worrall, attempting a political comeback, cited previous health issues in his candidate profile.
Ruba Almaghtheh allegedly drove into a building she called an “Israel school" — but the building was associated with an antisemitic hate group.
The Indy Fresh Market will also address food insecurity on the east side of Indianapolis.
The exit of Richard Allen's lawyers is likely to delay the high-profile trial over the deaths of Indiana girls Abby Williams and Libby German.
Indiana’s A.G. has sued the state’s largest hospital system, claiming it violated patient privacy laws when a doctor publicly shared the story of an Ohio girl who traveled to Indiana for an abortion.
The library’s board president said she believes the removal of “The Fault in Our Stars” was an “error” and will discuss it at the next board meeting.
Green’s book was among the titles that have been removed or moved from the Indiana library’s section for teens — a move the author labeled as “ludicrous.”
Angelica Carrasquillo of Griffith, Indiana, pleaded guilty to an intimidation charge.
The attacks claimed the lives of an Indiana woman and an Oregon man, both cisgender people.