Another 487 Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19, raising Indiana’s total to 31,376, state health officials said Sunday.
Severe weather swept through Illinois Saturday, leaving some destruction in its wake.
A south suburban Crestwood police officer has been charged with choking his wife until she lost consciousness in front of their children at a northwest Indiana campground.
An off-duty suburban Chicago police officer has been charged in Indiana with choking his wife to the point of unconsciousness as their three children looked on, according to court records.
Indiana heath officials on Friday added the deaths of 28 more people with confirmed or presumed coronavirus infections to the state’s toll from the pandemic.
A construction worker was fatally struck by a semitrailer while stepping out of his vehicle Friday morning in northwest Indiana, according to police.
The coronavirus pandemic has prompted the founder of one of the most iconic — and crowded — brewpubs in the Midwest to close indefinitely.
Thirty of Indiana’s new confirmed COVID-19 deaths occurred Monday and Tuesday.
An Indiana bride did not get cold feet, but the coronavirus pandemic is delaying her walk down the aisle. Now, she is struggling to get a refund from the venue she booked.
Chase Smith, who was diagnosed with Ewing's sarcoma, recently married his high school girlfriend, Sadie, in Indiana.
The Indiana Dunes National Park will reopen part of a local beach in time for the Memorial Day weekend.
Most of Indiana’s 57 new confirmed COVID-19 deaths occurred between Friday and Monday, increasing the total number of such deaths to 1,678.
University of Notre Dame officials have rolled out post-coronavirus plans for students to return to campus two weeks before originally scheduled, and to end before Thanksgiving, telling staff the challenge is one “we believe we can meet.”
Fourteen more Indiana residents have died from coronavirus illnesses, pushing the state’s death toll from confirmed or presumed cases of COVID-19 closer to 1,800, state health officials said Monday.
Indiana will use nearly $1 million in federal funds to pay for the distribution of the opioid reversal drug naloxone to reach Hoosiers who are at risk of overdose, officials said Monday.
A 12-year-old Chicago boy was killed in a shooting Saturday in Gary, Indiana.
Dushawna L. Glover, 48, was last seen about 6 a.m leaving the home near 35th and Cline avenues in Griffith.
Forty-two more Indiana residents have died from coronavirus illnesses, pushing the state’s pandemic death toll from confirmed or presumed cases of COVID-19 to nearly 1,700, health officials said Friday.
A Dolton man was arrested Thursday for allegedly leading police on a brief chase in northwest Indiana.
An additional 27 people in Indiana have died with confirmed or probable coronavirus infections, pushing the state’s death toll to nearly 1,650, health officials said Thursday.