INDIANAPOLIS | A fire swept through a small home in Indianapolis on Saturday morning, killing a couple and two of their children and leaving two surviving siblings in "very critical" condition, a fire official said.
CHICAGO | A federal appeals court on Friday ruled against the University of Notre Dame in a case over parts of the federal health care law that forces it to provide health insurance for students and employees that covers contraceptives.
FRANKLIN, Ind. | Child-care providers across Indiana are scrambling to find money to pay for broader criminal background checks of employees and educate staff about new rules to improve safety and prevent child abuse ahead of a July 1 deadline.
INDIANAPOLIS | Dozens of new rules and regulations have been implemented in Indiana in recent months despite an executive order Gov. Mike Pence signed on his first day in office creating a moratorium on them to allow his administration time to weed out unnecessary policies.
LAFAYETTE, Ind. | Amy Paget spent the last Saturday in April volunteering at Waycross Camp and Conference Center in Morgantown. The day was overcast and Paget decided to take a walk before the rain came that afternoon. She meandered through the outdoor labyrinth, something she has done sever…
Lauren Johnson, of Louisville, and her brother, John Blocker, of New Albany, look at Cardinal Joseph E. Ritter memorabilia on display in the museum of the Cardinal Ritter House in New Albany, Ind.
NEW ALBANY, Ind. | One of the first projects Greg Sekula took on as director of the Historic Landmarks of Indiana Southern Office was to purchase and help save Cardinal Joseph Ritter's birthplace at 1218 E. Oak St. in New Albany.
The childhood home of Cardinal Joseph E. Ritter is being preserved in New Albany, Ind.
LAFAYETTE, Ind. | Central Catholic senior Patrick Mackey accepted the Spirit of Sport Award, presented during the Indiana Football Digest's Griddy Awards earlier this month.
Archivist Lisa Lobdell examines items within the area where more than 1,000 DVDs and hundreds of books are stored at the Palladium in Carmel, Ind. It is where a growing collection of American Songbook memorabilia and artifacts are being stored, sorted and archived.
CARMEL, Ind. | On the big stage, the sounds of rich music are heard by hundreds seated in the plush chairs of The Palladium.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. | The two bullets did their damage, but they were slow killers. It took more than three decades to finish the job.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. | Authorities in Indiana say a 7-year-old girl tested positive for PCP and other drugs after she was taken to a hospital emergency room in Fort Wayne.
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