Indiana

“The only way to know whether voters want to cancel their registration is to ask them," 7th Circuit Chief Judge Diane Wood wrote.
The state's Right to Farm laws protect massive agribusiness at the expense of the community and family farms, the lawsuit argues.
The body of the notorious 1930s gangster has been interred at an Indianapolis cemetery for more than 85 years.
The 2020 presidential candidate's Catholic alma mater in Indiana won't employ teachers in same-sex marriages.
Indianapolis Archbishop Charles Thompson forced Cathedral High School to fire a gay, married teacher last month.
The Indiana religious school discriminates against LGBTQ people while receiving millions in taxpayer dollars.
A state official and three statehouse employees accused Hill last year of groping them at a party.
His husband is attending the Democratic National Committee’s LGBTQ Gala in his absence, his press secretary said.
Only the home's foundation and what appears to be its basement remained after it exploded in Jeffersonville just before 5 a.m. Sunday.
Most of the graduates stayed for the vice president's commencement speech, welcoming him with a standing ovation.
The Indiana Republican championed nuclear nonproliferation during his 36 years in the Senate.
Authorities have been investigating the February 2017 killings of 14-year-old Liberty German and 13-year-old Abigail Williams.
Pete Buttigieg announced he is joining the crowded presidential race.
A majority of Taylor University faculty members oppose the invitation, an adjunct professor said.
Teachers at an Indiana elementary school said they were told to kneel against a wall and then were shot from behind with an airsoft gun without warning.
The former Democratic Indiana senator pushed for the landmark 1972 federal law banning discrimination against women in college admissions and athletics.
The victim, who remains in the hospital, didn't have a license to carry a handgun in Indiana, police said.
Indiana is one of just five states without a hate crimes statute to cover cases like the shooting death of Mustafa Ayoubi.
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.