The now-fired Daryl Jones: "I got my rights to do anything I want to do. I'm a police officer."
The Elkhart Police Department has had several misconduct issues throughout the years.
How does shooting teachers with pellet guns make anyone safer?
Demetria Brown was handcuffed for helping police.
Pete Buttigieg wants to move forward, not backward. What a novel campaign platform!
Listen to former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels' keynote at our 50th anniversary dinner.
Weird new wrinkle for the purported "spoiler" in a toss-up race
Mara Mancini was seven months pregnant when she was attacked by a police dog chasing a suspect on foot.
Prohibition isn't totally defeated yet.
A lawsuit filed by the Indiana ACLU says yes.
If fans of the Indianapolis Colts are going to be offended by something, it should be their team's on-field performance this season.
Michigan and Indiana lawmakers cave to liquor store owners' protectionist demands.
Drug Users In D.C. Can Now Legally Test Their Dope for Fentanyl. Now How About Over-the-Counter Naloxone?
Outdated drug paraphernalia laws are getting in the way of saving lives.
Property owners were ordered to pay thousands for violations unless they agreed to sell to a redeveloper.
Moral judgment of drug users overrules solutions that fight overdoses and halt the spread of disease.
Indianapolis Cops Violated the Constitution by Holding Cars for Six Months Without Filing Forfeiture Paperwork
Violations of the Fourth and 15th Amendment, judge says
Charlestown can't seize the properties, so it's citing them to force them to sell.
In 1955, pinball machines were considered "against peace and good order, encourage vice and immorality and constitute a nuisance."
The report also warns that the THC content of marijuana edibles is "anywhere between 70 and 100 percent."
Indianapolis police are investigating the shooting while the officer is on leave.
RealClearPolitics had Clinton up almost 7 points in the Hoosier State.
The democratic socialist wins the Hoosier State, but Clinton still has a clear path to the Democratic nomination.
The new law may also require pregnant women who have miscarriages to bury or cremate their fetal remains.
Police have been investigating the case for more than a month.
Cooper's new campaign flyer brags about the people he's put in prison for decades over drug sales and minor theft.
The schools are supposed to get the funds when police seize assets, but that's not happening.
The Evansville food cart is back in business but must stop selling sex toys alongside the popcorn and nachos.
Cops in Shelbyville, Indiana, say Jerrald Wright pointed a gun at them when they shot him to death during a stand-off.
Nanny of the Month, July 2015