As Indiana's foster care system strains beneath the weight of the opioid crisis, foster parents fight to protect themselves and the state's neglected children.
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A North Carolina woman is facing federal charges for making violent threats on several Indiana colleges, including IU-Bloomington; a Sky Zone; and a private residence while tormenting a Fishers family.
The Charleston, South Carolina, church shooter has been moved to Indiana’s federal death row.
Two Indianapolis men are facing federal charges after investigators found more than $2 million in cash, 30 guns and more than 270 pounds of marijuana stashed in a warehouse and the men’s homes, cars and an office.
A Newburgh, Indiana, man was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison late last week for his role in a theft ring that re-sold everything from vacuum cleaners to electronics to turn a profit.
A Georgetown, Indiana, man was sentenced to three years and 10 months in federal prison Tuesday for bank robbery.
An Indianapolis man was found guilty Tuesday of multiple charges relating to his involvement in a massive million-dollar drug ring.
FRANKLIN — A Franklin, Indiana, man was sentenced to 30 years in prison for throwing his infant daughter in a moment of frustration, which led to her death.
A Bloomington man with an extensive criminal record was sentenced to 14 years in prison Monday for a break-in and burglary that took place last May.
ANDERSON — An Anderson woman was sentenced to 12 years in prison Monday for her involvement in the neglect of a disabled teenager who was locked away, beaten and starved.
An Indianapolis man considered by prosecutors to be an “armed career criminal” was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison for unlawful possession of a firearm.
In an unusual sentencing, a Bloomington man was given 24 years of probation Monday for having sex with a 14-year-old girl and for a violent altercation that occurred while he was in jail.
The document at the center of a lawsuit for Vice President Mike Pence’s emails has finally been released, but whether it will bring an end to the lawsuit remains to be seen.
A Greenwood, Indiana, man was sentenced to 41 months in federal prison last week for stealing more than $2.7 million from an Indianapolis construction company through fake invoices.
A lawsuit for Vice President Mike Pence’s emails is at the Indiana Supreme Court’s doorstep and could have a major effect on government transparency in the state.
An Avon, Indiana, man in federal custody headed a multi-million dollar national drug ring that trafficked cocaine and meth through Indiana, according to federal prosecutors.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Lababidi family wanted a normal life in the United States. So on Wednesday afternoon this week, they sat in their small apartment on the west side of Indianapolis and worked on the most mundane of tasks — learning how to pay their bills.
SPENCER, Ind. – They saw no path to true justice here, no way to undo the damage, so they settled for putting an end to things.
Current and former IU students and a former IU faculty member await court hearings in the local courts for various criminal charges. The IDS has reported on each of these cases. Here’s a run-down of where each case stands in the local Monroe County Circuit Courts:
The building commissioner of Muncie, Indiana, was arrested and indicted last week on federal charges of wire fraud, theft and money laundering.