A couple accused of torching eight barns last year in a northern Indiana county now face charges alleging that they also set fire to an Amish school in an adjacent county.
A police chase of a car that began early Wednesday afternoon in Indianapolis ended about 20 miles away near Brownsburg when the driver died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities said.
A man was arrested after shooting and wounding a tow driver and taking his truck near an Interstate 70 rest stop southwest of Indianapolis on Friday.
An Indiana man who says he lost an eye after being struck by a tear gas canister police fired during 2020 protests over the killing of George Floyd has reached a settlement with the city of Fort Wayne.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb on Monday evening signed legislation that repeals the state’s requirement for a permit to carry a handgun and vetoed a bill that would have banned transgender girls from participating in K-12 girls’ sports.
A man and two women are in custody in connection with the fatal shooting of a 30-year-old man whose body was found in a roadside ditch in rural northeastern Indiana.
A judge has dismissed murder charges against two men in the fatal 1980 shooting of an off-duty Hammond police officer after prosecutors said they lacked sufficient evidence “to prove these charges beyond a reasonable doubt.”
A federal grand jury has handed down an indictment against a Jeffersonville woman for allegedly using unreasonable force during a racial justice protest in her capacity as a former Louisville, Kentucky, police officer.
A judge is allowing a criminal case to move ahead against a northwest Indiana sheriff charged with reckless driving and resisting law enforcement.
The timeline for moving more than 200 employees and court personnel to Indianapolis’ new Marion County Community Justice Campus has yet to be nailed down, but Marion Superior Court Judge Amy Jones told members of the media during an exclusive, one-time tour of the sleek new facility on Friday that a date will hopefully be set in the next two weeks.
A man who allegedly shot and seriously injured an Indianapolis police officer in training has been charged with attempted murder and other crimes, the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office announced Tuesday.
Dozens of the nation’s top law enforcement officials have signed a letter released Monday urging the U.S. Senate to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court.
A former southern Indiana police officer has surrendered to authorities to face criminal charges of official misconduct, strangulation and battery for allegedly beating someone last year.
Two northern Indiana police officers acted in a self-defense when they shot and killed an armed man in December during a confrontation in a parking lot, a prosecutor says.
The Smuggler’s Inn, a bed-and-breakfast on the U.S.-Canada border that officials say is a magnet for illegal border crossings, was the setting of a case heard Wednesday at the Supreme Court.
A pro-police organization that was once accused of being a “scam” has lost its defamation claim against two Indianapolis-area news organizations.
A northern Indiana sheriff’s deputy won’t be charged in the fatal shooting of a motorist who fled an attempted traffic stop and eventually pinned the deputy between two vehicles.
With the Odyssey Case Management System now operational in all 92 Indiana counties, a new project aimed at better connecting justice partners is underway in Indiana. The new program, dubbed “INjail,” aims to not only make operations more efficient in sharing records — allowing courts and jails to seamlessly communicate with each other — but also to provide vital data to criminal justice stakeholders and lawmakers.
Nearly five years after the shooting death of Southport Police Lt. Aaron Allan, defendant Jason Brown has been convicted of Allan’s murder.
An Indiana mother who authorities say drove to Ohio and abandoned her 5-year-old autistic son on a street was captured in Kentucky when police there arrested her on an unrelated warrant.