Girl dies, 2nd child critical after fall into Indiana pond

Indiana attorney general's lawyers deride groping claims

Delphi memorial park fundraising reaches goal

UPDATE: Silver Alert for missing Indianapolis-area woman canceled

Girl bitten by copperhead snake at Brown County State Park

USDA: Excessive rainfall hits quality of Indiana's corn crop

Indiana trooper stops 105 mph truck, gives lifesaving aid

Miami County Deputies looking to return urn found in storage unit

Funeral, 2 memorials set for Holocaust survivor Eva Kor

Sheriff's office confirms hot car death in southern Indiana

Indiana introduces new child support calculators for parents, practitioners

Indiana AG warns of home repair scam in wake of severe storms

UPDATE: Silver Alert for missing western Indiana man canceled

SILVER ALERT: Police search for missing Indianapolis-area man

Indiana AG says extended stop arms are OK for school buses

UPDATE: Statewide Silver Alert canceled for missing woman

Boy who fell into Indiana pipe rescued during fireworks

2 new Indiana laws take aim at those accused of posting revenge porn

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