Arrest made in case of missing Shelbyville woman
Shelbyville police arrested a suspect Wednesday in a cold case involving a woman who went missing in 2010.
What led to inmate death of Kendra Shaw?
The Call 6 Investigators have exclusively obtained records showing what happened to a woman who died after a severe asthma attack in jail.
Timeline: What led to jail death of Kendra Shaw?
Watchdog details what's right, wrong about DCS
The Indiana Department of Child Services handles cases appropriately most of the time, but "there's always room for change," said a leader…
Danville women accused of arson
Two women are accused of setting a home on fire to collect insurance money.
Woman: Employer fired me after protective order
Whitney Walker almost didn't get a chance to tell her story when she was offered $5,000 to walk away and not talk about her ordeal.
Ind. education split becoming even more apparent
A new critique is raising questions of whether Indiana will maintain its waiver from the federal No Child Left Behind Act.
City investing $25M in early childhood education
Part of the mayor's plan to fight crime is to make high-quality preschool available to low-income families.
Top teen clothiers try on new business models
Popular teen clothing shops like American Eagle Outfitters, Abercrombie & Fitch and Aeropostale are reconsidering how much square footage…
Are college athletes guided to easier majors?
A study of over 1,600 university student athletes found that many may be steered to less-rigorous majors than the average student.
How to keep student loan payments manageable
Chicago Tribune financial columnist Gail MarksJarvis provides insight on how to avoid going broke while paying for college loans.
Paying for college when awards aren't enough
Tips on how to pay for college tuition when scholarships aren't quite enough.