The town of Winchester is asking the public to help it fund a second K9 that would help combat drug trafficking.
Author: Barbara Brosher
As the Emerald Ash Borer continues to spread throughout the state, the Department of Natural Resources is trying to make use of some of the infected trees. But, activists are worried about what ash salvage sales could mean for Indiana’s forests.
As the popularity of electronic cigarettes grows, Indiana politicians are pushing for tougher regulations at the state level.
A recent study by The Hamilton Project found the average single mother in Indiana spends about 27 percent of her paycheck on childcare. Experts say that can create a cycle of poverty that can be hard to break.
A record-breaking harvest doesn’t necessarily mean record-breaking profits for farmers. It will cost them more to store the large bumper crop than it did to produce the corn and soybeans.
Two years after 57-year-old Barbara Knapp was killed by a drunk driver while sleeping on her couch, the site of the fatal crash is being transformed into a new beginning for another family.
A North Liberty teen has her eyes set on an impressive target.
A permanent memorial to two women killed during a shooting at an Elkhart Martin’s now sits in front of the store.
Just eight days after a 2-year-old boy was killed by a stray bullet, St. Joseph County’s Metro Homicide Unit arrested eight men in connection with the gang-related shooting.
A 2-year-old boy was shot and killed while playing outside in South Bend April 9. Police say the baby was likely hit by a stray bullet during a shoot out between two rival groups.