Katie Mettler


Apr 29, 2014 12:22 am

Crime and treatment

At a time when politicians are debating strategy for the war on drugs presiding drug court Judge Diekhoff is offering an alternative she know works.


Jan 24, 2014 12:00 am

Have yourself a crafternoon

Be the envy of all your crafty friends with these simple activities that spice up a drab dorm room, house or apartment.


Dec 9, 2013 1:04 am

Suspended justice

David Camm's murder case divided a family and nearly bankrupted an Indiana county, forcing the community to question the meaning of justice.


The verdict, the stunning ending to one of the most notorious murder cases in Indiana history, was immediately hailed by some as vindication for a wrongly accused man — and condemned by others as a shocking failure to bring a monster to justice.


Aug 27, 2013 12:12 am

White supremacists protest bookstore

Students stared and whispered as the four white supremacist protestors marched through campus.While they posed with signs denouncing communism, zionism and modernity, the four protestors shouted back and forth with an angry IU graduate student who followed them from the center of campus all the way to their destination, Boxcar Books on Sixth Street.


Progress has stalled in a civil negligence lawsuit that missing IU student Lauren Spierer’s parents filed against the three men who were with their daughter the night she disappeared more than two years ago.


Apr 7, 2013 10:54 pm

Bridging the gap

When students come to IU from around the world, they encounter a clash of cultures. Communication can be a daily struggle, and it takes effort to understand American customs. Yet despite the challenges, many students strive to build community far from home.


Mar 20, 2013 12:22 am

Out of nowhere

At about 4:25 p.m. Sunday, a small private jet carrying four passengers careened out of control. The crash killed two people and hospitalized three.


Feb 20, 2013 12:57 am

'The good death'

For the last 10 years, the shelter has worked to reduce the euthanasia rate, and its efforts worked.


Jan 9, 2013 11:29 pm

The State of Higher Education

Higher Education Commissioner Teresa Lubbers led the Indiana's first State of Higher Education address Wednesday night, calling for increased graduation rates in higher education.


When the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to rule on the statute’s constitutionality on Dec. 7, Indiana and more than a dozen other states’ efforts proved fruitful in bringing states’ rights to the national stage.


Oct 15, 2012 12:35 am

Clinton campaigns in Indy

Lined along the walls of North Central High School, more than 3,000 people converged for the state Democratic Party’s Hoosier Common Sense rally, headlined by Bill Clinton.


More than 100 people ventured to the Hoosier Room for a meet and greet and fundraising evening with Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg.


Convicted murderer Robert E. Lee will no longer reside in Monroe County, an Indiana Department of Correction official said. Instead, Lee is currently in Jennings County.


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