An Indiana day care has been shut down after allegations of abuse against a 1-year-old. The little boy was severely beaten, bruised and left with a swollen lip within hours of being dropped off by his mother, prompting police to launch an investigation into the center.
Life catches up with you—especially when you think it’ll be all fun and games to chant racial slurs into a bullhorn while wearing a Nazi flag draped over your shoulders.
A Plainfield, Ind., policewoman was placed on administrative leave after she committed an act of blatant terrorism, injuring hundreds of white police officers by calling them out for their “white male privilege.”
A Kokomo (Ind.) High School employee is facing the music after he was recorded on cellphone video playing a game of hangman that used the n-word.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is suing an Indiana nursing home for subjecting its black employees to harassment and honoring the racist preferences of its residents.
If students at Lapel High School in Indiana ever wanted to rock their bedazzled Confederate-flag clothing, they’re now out of luck. The school district has banned the racist symbol from clothing after several arguments between students over the last couple of weeks.
More than two dozen seniors at an Indianapolis high school, including the class valedictorian, were banned from graduation ceremonies after a senior prank gone wrong caused significant damage to the school’s campus, school officials say.
Indiana’s Miss Raven Osborne is not your average 18-year-old. The astute high schooler is scheduled to graduate with the rest of her classmates on May 22. But before hitting that milestone, she will first graduate from college on May 5, which is Friday. That’s right: Osborne is graduating from college before high…
On Wednesday, a Trump supporter felt the full brunt of the current president’s strict stance against immigrants when her husband was deported to Mexico.
Keith Cooper is still getting used to being an officially pardoned man. It’s only been a day, after all, since new Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb removed the wrongfully placed stain from his record, a stain put there because of a violent armed robbery Cooper did not commit, but for which he spent nearly a decade in prison.
Keith Cooper was wrongfully convicted of a crime he did not commit 20 years ago, and he patiently waited three years for then-Indiana Gov. Mike Pence to use his executive power to issue a pardon and remove the mark from his record, to no avail. On Thursday, Pence’s replacement, Republican Eric Holcomb, got the job…
Indianapolis Colts cheerleader Leanna E. has met with and forgiven a Russiaville, Ind., high school student who used a racial slur to describe her in a photo he posted to Snapchat, the Indy Star reports.
A GoFundMe campaign for one Indiana teen has gone viral after a supporter snapped a picture of him sporting a neck brace and a sling while still working the counter at an Avon, Ind., Chick-fil-A.
Evansville, Ind., police are looking for the person who vandalized a predominantly black church on Thanksgiving. The suspect scrawled, "Kill All Koons" on the church's back door and "Koons Inside" on the church's van.
At least two churches in two separate states were vandalized over the weekend with Donald Trump-inspired slurs, the Indianapolis Star reports.
A 60-year-old Indiana woman has become a mother for the first time, giving birth to fraternal twin boys last week, WFIE reports.
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Indianapolis Metropolitan police are searching for a man who they say kidnapped and raped a woman found chained in a basement, the Indianapolis Star reports.
A southern-Indiana mom is trying to get herself out of a lease after waking up to hateful messages written all over her property last week, WDRB reports.
More than 150 officers from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department conducted a massive sweep through several of the city's neighborhoods Saturday as part of the largest tactical operation in its history, IndyStar reports.