A man convicted of intimidation for threatening to blowup a courthouse failed to persuade the Indiana Court of Appeals that he did not want to evacuate the building because he made the calls when he knew the place would be empty.
Hamilton County is moving forward with plans to expand its government and judicial center in Noblesville, with the county council paving the way for the multi-million-dollar project.
A faith-based group critical of Indiana Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly's and Republican Sen. Todd Young's stances on immigration literally took to the streets Tuesday, blocking traffic in front of the federal courthouse in Indianapolis and near both senators' downtown offices.
An Indianapolis City-County Council committee on Tuesday night unanimously approved spending $55 million to pay for a fraction of the construction funding to build the city’s proposed criminal justice center.
Blake Eckelbarger joins his grandfather and great-grandfather as keepers of the Elkhart County Courthouse clock — a step back in time for a man whose day job is a DJ.
An elite Michigan sports doctor who possessed child pornography and assaulted gymnasts was sentenced Thursday to 60 years in federal prison in one of three criminal cases that ensure he will never be free again.
Employees who work at Madison County’s government building in Anderson are moving to temporary offices while crews prepare to remove asbestos from the building.
The body create to make recommendations on the selection and endorsement of Indianapolis judges will hold its first meeting next week.
A former councilman for the town of Merrillville has admitted taking bribes in a federal plea agreement.
The estate of a woman who died this year has donated $300,000 toward maintaining a historic Fort Wayne courthouse.
Officials decided to close the Madison County Government Center for about seven months beginning at the end of November. Courts will take up temporary residency for several months about six miles away from downtown Anderson.
Work might soon start on building a new clock tower for a western Indiana courthouse more than 70 years after it was removed.
A disabled veteran who was barred from entering the Tippecanoe County Courthouse with a support animal lost his lawsuit against the county claiming a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Crews have started a long project to remove asbestos from a central Indiana courthouse.
The Judicial Conference of the United States released updated guidance for use of portable communication devices in courthouses Tuesday. The guidance was last updated in 2010, the year the iPad was launched.
A federal judge has certified a class action in an Americans With Disabilities Act lawsuit alleging the Pulaski County courthouse in Winamac is not accessible to people with disabilities.
A southern Indiana coroner says a man slain by an officer he was threatening with a baseball bat was in the midst of a schizophrenic episode.
Police released video Wednesday showing a man swinging a baseball bat at a police officer before being fatally shot outside a federal courthouse in southern Indiana.