U.S. Sen Mike Braun, a Hoosier with conservative credentials and strong record of support for President Donald Trump, recently found himself being cast as anti-police. And the attack came from what should have been friendly territory for Braun, the right wing of the political spectrum, Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson.
At 8 a.m. Tuesday, Byvonda Hendrix asked Black owners to list their Anderson-based businesses on her Facebook page so members of the African-American community could re-direct their dollars there for national Blackout Day.
Daviess County is driven. Maybe more so now than ever after the official launch of the Advance Daviess County Coalition and the Daviess Driven campaign to bring the Mid-States Corridor through the county that took place Tuesday just off U.S. 50 and Interstate 69.
The Indiana Supreme Court is investigating allegations that the chief court reporter for the Edgewood Town Court made racist comments about a deputy prosecutor who is Black.
Adding the letters I and N to a street sign at Justice Drive on Indiana 63, five activists opposed to the death penalty spoke out against upcoming executions planned next week at the federal prison complex in Terre Haute.
A group of students at Indiana State University has presented a list of demands to President Deborah Curtis in an effort to address concerns about racial issues and climate on campus.
In what might be the first program of its kind in Indiana, the Madison County Prosecutor’s office will use a forensic interview center to investigate abuse of senior citizens.
In a past column I featured the spectacular Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Indianapolis, one of the most impressive in the world. There is another Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Indiana. While not as grand as the other one, it is nevertheless very impressive. It is in of all places Winchester, Indiana. Winchester is in Randolph County in extreme eastern Hoosierland and I’m sure most Hoosiers have never been to this historic city.
NEW ALBANY — Fistful of Tacos has become a staple of Southern Indiana’s food truck scene since it launched in 2015, and over the years, the taco business has continued to expand with additional food trucks, a catering business and the opening of a brick-and-mortar storefront in 2018.
In a typical school year, a relatively finite number of students need socioemotional support because of adverse childhood experience, such as parental divorce, death of a loved one or the fallout of an inappropriate relationship with an adult.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — There was “considerable improvement” on the jobs front locally from April to May, though experts aren’t ready to state that the recession is over.
As one of only two African-American law enforcement officers with the Kokomo Police Department, Maj. Brian Seldon said he remembers watching the video of Minneapolis resident George Floyd’s death while in police custody and was sick over what he saw.
Editor's note: This is the first of four in the Tribune's annual Thank a Farmer series. Come back every Saturday in July for more stories on local farmers.
It’s only been a year since Farm 2 Fork BBQ Bistro opened on the city’s south side, but given the customer dedication it already has, one would think it’s been a town staple for years.
This Week's Circulars
EDWARDSBURG [mdash] Susan Broadbent, 81, of Edwardsburg, died Monday, July 6, at her home. Arrangements are pending with Hartzler-Gutermuth-Inman Funeral Home.
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- Elkhart man killed in motorcycle crash on C.R. 17
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- Goshen's North Main Street to get major infrastructure overhaul
- Governor: Elkhart County to remain in Stage 4