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Seeing how often official reports by law enforcement are contradicted by video recordings , you'd think judges would have become a bit more skeptical about the supposed "superiority" of officers' recall powers. But that's apparently not the case, at
As a juvenile court judge for 14 years in Lafayette, now-Indiana Supreme Court Justice Loretta Rush once held court in a parent's living room. Because it had been a "messy house case, I said, 'We're going to have court in your house next month,'"
The state Supreme Court's suspension of a troubled southern Indiana drug court has left more than 70 participants in its treatment program facing the possibility of having to serve out the rest of their original sentences in prison. State officials
The Indiana Supreme Court on Tuesday ousted Marion Superior Court Judge Kimberly Brown, only the third Indiana judge to be permanently removed from the bench for misconduct in the past 20 years. We conclude that protecting the integrity of the
James Ramsey smokes a cigarette outside The Peephole Bar and Grill on Main Street on Tuesday afternoon. City Council members who supported the ban two years ago said Monday they don't yet know what they will do next. In light of this month's 3-2
Attorneys for Evansville city government said Wednesday the city's smoking rules for public places are now controlled by state law, under which certain businesses can get clearance to allow smoking inside their establishments. The Indiana Supreme
Fred Galloway, an employee at the Bedford Tavern in Evansville smokes a cigarette while sitting on a bench outside of the establishment recently. Evansville's 2012 ordinance banning smoking in all indoor eating and drinking establishments was struck
Supreme Court to hear foul ball injury case The Indiana Supreme Court is taking up the case of a woman who wants to sue a minor-league baseball team over injuries she suffered when a foul ball struck her during a game. The court was scheduled to hear
A so-called "polar vortex" of dense, frigid air descended upon much of the U.S. Monday, dropping temperatures in some parts of the country to near-record lows, prompting wind chill warnings from Montana to Alabama and grounding over 3,000 flights.
Photo by Lesley Weidenbener Suzanne Crouch, left, takes the oath of office for Indiana state auditor from former Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Randall Shepard, far right, while Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, middle, looks on. Evansville native