An Indiana man is facing a federal hate crime charge for allegedly intimidating a neighbor because he’s Black.
Earlier counts showed a far lower percentage of total deaths came from residents of nursing homes and assisted living centers. State is still counting
Initial unemployment claims in recent weeks have been mostly declining in Indiana, but continued claims have been rising.
Animal rights group wants the pharmaceutical giant to stop swim test on small animals.
Four Indianapolis Metropolitan Police officers involved in the fatal shooting of 19-year-old McHale Rose have returned to duty.
The Indianapolis African American Quality of Life Renewal Initiative is funded by a $100 million grant from the Lilly Endowment.
News and updates on coronavirus in Indiana for August 6, 2020.
Here’s how many cases of the novel coronavirus and deaths from COVID-19 the Indiana State Department of Health reported on Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020.
Franklin County prosecutor Ron O’Brien gives Art Schlichter case update.
Avon Community Schools officials said they learned on Wednesday that a high school student tested positive for Covid-19, spokesperson Stacey Moore said,