A customer at the restaurant in Evansville, Indiana, asked to be served by a white staff member in an alleged racist incident that Olive Garden is investigating.
The opioid overdose epidemic kills 130 Americans every day on average, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Vice President Mike Pence's slow response to the 2015 outbreak of HIV in Indiana while he was that state's governor resurfaced after President Donald Trump named him the head of the U.S. Coronavirus task force, a choice Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders called, "Disgusting."
Henry Davis Jr. has repeatedly criticized presidential candidate Buttigieg's record on race and his management of the South Bend police.
Ed Adams, a precinct committeeman in Marion County, Indianapolis, said president's impeachment shows "nothing remains of the party I knew."
Tiffany Alberts told police she was trying to get her son moved to a different unit at the hospital where she thought he would receive better treatment.
Tabitha Mitkus accused of operating a vehicle while intoxicated after incident in Kokomo, Indiana.
Davis repeatedly told police that he wanted to kill people because he hated everyone.
Pete Buttigieg commended a protester who interrupted a community gathering held to rally African American support for him.
An Indiana school board member told an activist to "cry me a river" after they confronted her about unmet needs of transgender students at her school. The board member made what appears to be a violin-playing motion while saying it.
Along with an investment in teachers' pay, educators want to be exempt from consequences related to the most recent state exam scores.
The farmers market in Bloomington, Indiana has seen alleged white supremacists selling vegetables and protesters being arrested in all manner of costumes, and that was just Saturday.
Democrats now have the majority of seats in Columbus, Indiana's City Council.
Brownstown Elementary School in Indiana said a pumpkin depicting President Donald Trump was removed after a parent complained.
"The meh GDP numbers won't help Trump next year," Paul Krugman also noted.
A Republican candidate for an Indianapolis city council seat has been criticized for releasing a campaign ad that allegedly uses his opponent's bisexual status as a "wedge issue."
Vice President Mike Pence has said that China is "exploiting corporate greed" by dealing with American companies such as Nike and the NBA, but as Indiana Governor in 2013 he approved millions of dollars in incentives to companies which offshored American jobs to China.
The Hoosier Loft in Wanatah, Indiana, was housing pigeons from across the globe when it burned down ahead of the 2019 Hoosier Classic.
Sara Rappee, a jewelry designer from Evansville, Indiana, was airlifted to Evansville hospital after a 60 foot fall.
It's the latest fright for Nutella fans this year, after a strike at a factory in France in May halted work and put global production at risk.
The Buckeyes and the Hoosiers have both won their two opening games but for one team their perfect record will come to and end on Saturday.
"He hit me two times in the head and then hit my face against the mirror. And then [he hit me] a couple more times to my face," said the victim of the attack, caught on classmate's phones.
"It hit my car and bounced a couple of times," said Indiana State Police Sgt. Stephen Wheeles. "It's not something I could really let fly."
"If anyone knows anything, please call the police. I want my daughter back," Madison Elizabeth Yancy Eddlemon's mother said. "That's all I want."
Jack Wietbrock, 8, petitioned West Lafayette Mayor John Dennis after saving a baby turtle from a nearby street.
"Also, this happened..." tweeted the Democratic presidential candidate and current mayor of South Bend, Indiana, where the fire took place.
The National Weather Service has urged the public to stay safe in the excessive heat.
"Sweet angel. Praying for you and your family," read one tribute to the 18-month-old.
"We would see resistance increase four or six-fold in just one generation," the lead researcher said. "We didn't have a clue that something like that could happen this fast."
The law, set to take effect on July 1, was put on hold Friday after Senior Judge Sarah Evans Barker issued an injunction.