Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman on the Supreme Court, has stepped back from public life. The 88-year-old, for more than two decades often the deciding vote in important cases, is now fully retired and no longer makes public appearances.
The U.S. Supreme Court is siding with the Trump administration to block the questioning of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross about his decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
A new law that requires police to collect DNA from people facing felony charges has led to arrest in an eastern Indiana theft case, police said.
Former USA Gymnastics president Steve Penny was arrested Wednesday after a Texas grand jury indicted him, alleging he tampered with evidence in the sexual assault investigation of now-imprisoned gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.
Four men, including one from Fort Wayne, have been convicted in Trenton, New Jersey, for their roles in an illegal multistate dogfighting operation.
A Gary man has been sentenced to 120 years in prison after being convicted of shooting and killing two women whose bodies were discovered in a burning car in Indianapolis.
The Indiana Department of Insurance says lower workers’ compensation rates paid by businesses will take effect Jan. 1. The agency said Wednesday the recently approved reduction averages 7.6 percent and will save businesses about $63 million.
The Indiana Supreme Court has named a new chief administrative officer, succeeding the former CAO who abruptly resigned earlier this year.
A trial for a man charged in a pipe bomb explosion at a post office in northwestern Indiana has been pushed back until June.
The first-ever child pornography suspect named to the FBI’s Most Wanted list had Indiana ties and once had been the keyboardist for Hoosier rocker John Mellencamp.
Indiana is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear arguments over a law that bars women from having an abortion based on gender, race or disability. The law was signed in 2016 when Vice President Mike Pence was Indiana governor, but federal courts have blocked it.
An imprisoned ex- pastor from Columbus who admitted to charges in what prosecutors say was a scheme faking a burglary of his home in order to pay an opioid drug debt is asking for the return of confiscated electronics.
The Indiana attorney general’s office has accused three nurses of diverting prescription drugs or medication from their workplaces.
Knox County in southwestern Indiana has landed a $500,000 federal grant that will allow officials to nearly double the county’s drug court.
A federal judge says officials in Vigo County must take specific steps to improve conditions at the jail in Terre Haute or the court will step in to force changes.
Chief Justice John Roberts is referring ethics complaints against new U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh to federal judges in Colorado and neighboring states.
A woman alleges that when she was an Indiana legislative intern in 1992, she performed oral sex on a married Republican lawmaker who has since become the speaker of the state House of Representatives, a published report Wednesday said.
Two new members have been appointed to the Indiana State Board of Law Examiners as announced in an order signed Friday by Chief Justice Loretta Rush.
An Allen County councilman has been selected to fill the seat of the outgoing Republican leader of the Indiana Senate, President Pro Tem David Long, also of Fort Wayne.
An immigration case before the Supreme Court pits the government against immigrants it wants to deport after crimes they have committed in the United States.
Prosecutors are asking a judge to lock up the former Van Buren town marshal until his trial on charges that he allegedly took medication from a home while in uniform.
A Supreme Court with a new conservative majority takes the bench as Brett Kavanaugh, narrowly confirmed after a bitter Senate battle, joins his new colleagues to hear his first arguments as a justice.
The Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis says a sexual misconduct allegation against a priest has been found “credible.”
The Supreme Court of the United States is rejecting an appeal from a man convicted of joining a New Orleans police officer in the killing of her fellow officer and two other people during a 1995 robbery.
Authorities are investigating the death of an inmate who was found unresponsive in his Marion County Jail cell. A 33-year-old man was found unresponsive by jail staff Saturday.