The special election to fill the now-vacant congressional seat in Indiana’s 2nd District following the death of Congresswoman Jackie Walorski will coincide with the Nov. 8 general election, and the candidates to finish out her term will be announced by the end of the month.
A male student at the University of Southern Indiana was unable to halt his suspension for sexual assault after the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals found he did not show he was discriminated against because of his sex.
COA: Deferred pension distribution not an error, but trial court should’ve protected wife’s portion until ex’s retirement
A trial court did not err in deferring the distribution of a man’s pension to his ex-wife until he retires, but it did err in failing to protect the ex-wife’s portion of the pension, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled.
The FBI searched Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate as part of an investigation into whether he took classified records from the White House to his Florida residence, people familiar with the matter said, a dramatic and unprecedented escalation of law enforcement scrutiny of the former president.
The white father and son who chased and killed Ahmaud Arbery in a Georgia neighborhood each received a second life prison sentence Monday — for committing federal hate crimes, months after getting their first for murder — at a hearing that brought a close to more than two years of criminal proceedings.
Nicole Schmidt vividly remembers the pain she felt watching body camera footage of her daughter Gabby Petito sobbing while Utah police officers questioned her about a fight with her boyfriend. The officers’ actions that day are the center of a wrongful death lawsuit that the Petito family announced Monday they plan to file against Moab, arguing the officers’ failed to recognize their daughter was in a life-threatening situation last year and in need of help.
The 12 months since the chaotic end to the U.S. war in Afghanistan haven’t been easy for Joe Biden.
An Indianapolis attorney who had been on probationary status following a drug conviction has been suspended from the practice of law for at least 275 days starting Sept. 15 without automatic reinstatement.
Two nurses who worked at Hendricks Regional Health claim they were required to change into scrubs in locker rooms and travel to their work areas before they could punch in for their shifts, resulting in chronic underpayment.
A Hoosier child diagnosed with an autism disorder who was denied coverage for related therapy through his parents’ health plan may proceed with his suit against the parents’ employer, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed.
COA reverses for LaPorte Co. prosecutor in defamation case against Michigan City stemming from former mayor’s comments
Michigan City isn’t yet off the hook for the accusatory comments its embattled former mayor made against the LaPorte County prosecutor and his wife following the arrest of the mayor’s stepson.
The Indiana Supreme Court has approved a proposed schedule of minimum fees for the state’s public defenders appointed in trial and appellate cases.
The future of litigation waging a “global assault” on Indiana’s abortion regulation scheme is on hold as lawyers for both the state and pro-abortion rights organizations consider how to respond to Indiana’s new near-total abortion ban.
A young Indiana police officer who was killed during an early morning traffic stop was remembered Saturday as a man focused on a career in law enforcement.
Indiana’s governor signed a relief bill Friday night that will provide $200 rebate payments from the state’s surging budget surplus.
Authorities in northwestern Indiana are investigating the fatal police shooting of a Black man who was reportedly dealing with mental illness and had been threatening to commit suicide near an elementary school.
The administration of President Joe Biden and one of Indiana’s largest employers have condemned the state’s new ban on abortions, with the White House calling it another extreme attempt by Republicans to trample women’s rights.
Two men accused of crafting a plan to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in 2020 and ignite a national rebellion are facing a second trial this week, months after a jury couldn’t reach a verdict on the pair while acquitting two others.
Indiana on Friday became the first state in the nation to approve abortion restrictions since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, as the Republican governor quickly signed a near-total ban on the procedure shortly after lawmakers approved it.
The funeral for Indiana Republican U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski will be held next week in her home state of Indiana, where she and three other people were killed in a head-on highway collision.