Bailey and Samantha Brazzel said they want to shed light on their state's lack of LGBTQ protections by going public with their story.
Casey Smitherman, who was charged with insurance fraud and identity theft, said she was resigning to prevent further negative attention.
The mayor of South Bend, Indiana, is forming an exploratory committee for a 2020 bid.
GOP state Sen. Dennis Kruse's bill specifies the minimum dimensions of the poster he hopes to mandate in Indiana schools.
Darden Schurg admits the move was dangerous, but said, "I felt it was only right."
Eric Krieg, a right-wing blogger from Indiana, admitted to mailing a pipe bomb to an attorney who had filed a defamation lawsuit against him.
Donnelly was one of the Senate's most vulnerable Democrats.
Mike Braun has said voters can be sure he's good on health policy because of how well he's treated his workers.
The Indiana senator's gaffe feels quaint in the age of Donald Trump.
The Indiana lawmaker is running as a Trump-leaning Democrat in one of the closest Senate races.
Abandoned houses dominate the landscape and the Indiana National Guard spent the summer bulldozing buildings.
Grandparents, foster parents, teachers and school administrators are on the front lines of this crisis.
Zookeepers are stunned after Zuri fought with long-time mate Nyack.
The alleged victims — ages 16 to 18 — were threatened, intimidated and harassed, police said.
The FBI arrested a man for threatening to kill Boston Globe journalists the same day as the president's comments.
The state's most populous county leans Democratic. Republicans have fought to constrain early voting there for the past decade.
Indiana police say Curtis Gilbert Collman refused to call 911 when his 8-year-old son overdosed.
"I’ve seen folks just break down in tears, folks shake their heads in amazement, folks immediately roll up their sleeves and want to help clean it up."
The First Church of Cannabis argued that Indiana's marijuana laws restrict its religious freedom.