Coach Brian Kelly said in a postgame news conference Saturday that "Absolutely. I'll be back." Hours later, Yahoo Sports reported that Kelly had reached out to explore options outside Notre Dame.
United Steelworkers Local 1999 president Chuck Jones said Friday that he doesn't want the plant's workers to get their hopes up, but said "some hope is better than none at all."
The company, which has announced plans to move 1,400 jobs from Indianapolis to Mexico by 2019, confirmed Thursday it has had discussions with president-elect Donald Trump's incoming administration.
According to the new federal figures, Indiana had the second biggest surge in foster children after Georgia, rising by 37 percent from 2013 to 2015.
Noe Escamilla sued Indianapolis-based construction company Shiel Sexton for lost future wages after he slipped on ice in 2010 and severely injured his back while helping lift a heavy masonry capstone. The company said the man used fraud to land the job.
At Tuesday's Organization Day, Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma called for lawmakers to move past a "rough" campaign season and refocus on the priorities of state government when the Legislature convenes in early January.
A federal court on Tuesday blocked implementation of a rule imposed by President Barack Obama's administration that would have made an estimated 4 million more higher-earning workers across the country eligible for overtime pay.
The school on Tuesday ripped the Indianapolis-based NCAA for its decision to vacate the wins and immediately said it would appeal. It marked the fourth time in history the NCAA has cited Notre Dame for a major rules violation.
Lawyers for Indiana Governor and Republican Vice President-elect Mike Pence argued in court Monday that the state's judicial branch has no authority to require him to comply with Indiana's public records law.
Investigators say Shawn Bolduc Jr., doing business as American Construction of Indianapolis, pressured the elderly woman into giving him several checks totaling about $50,000 for home repair work that should have cost only a fraction of that.
Indiana Democrats saw their hopes for a resurgence dashed under the weight of Donald Trump's landslide victory and Republicans gaining complete control of the state's government.
The Indiana Fever hired Pokey Chatman as their new coach Friday, bringing in a WNBA veteran in hopes of continuing their annual visits to the postseason.
HUD says more than 5,100 of the homeless population was located in emergency shelters or transitional housing programs and nearly 700 were living on the streets.
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen sketched a picture Thursday of an improving U.S. economy. The Fed is widely expected to raise the federal funds rate when it meets in mid-December.
The Indiana Supreme Court said in unanimous ruling that the private university's police department isn't a public agency that falls under the state open records law.
School voucher programs in the nation's capital and Vice President-elect Mike Pence's home state of Indiana could serve as a blueprint for a Trump administration.
Committee chairwoman Nicole Fama, a principal in the Indianapolis Public Schools district, told members Tuesday she would work with their suggestions and draft a "very broad" proposal ahead of the final meeting Nov. 29.
Detroit-based GM said employees were notified last week about the decision, which will affect about 100 hourly and 60 salaried employees.
Employees of an Indiana voter mobilization group with deep ties to the Democratic Party submitted several hundred voter registrations that included false, incomplete or fraudulent information, according to a search warrant unsealed Monday.
A Northwestern University basketball player is suing the school and the NCAA in federal court, claiming the association's transfer regulations violate antitrust laws.
Members of a state panel criticized by Indiana superintendents for being slow in rolling out a replacement for the ISTEP student test said they expect to forward a detailed proposal to lawmakers by the December deadline.
Toyota will pay up to settle a class action lawsuit brought by U.S. pickup truck and SUV owners whose vehicles lacked adequate rust protection. Two of the models were made in Indiana.
President-elect Donald Trump's decision to empower his running mate Mike Pence to steer the presidential transition gives the soon-to-be vice president a powerful hand in shaping the incoming government.
Purdue University is renaming its School of Chemical Engineering after an alumnus and his wife who donated $20 million to the school.
The facility will offer physical and occupational therapy provided by staff of the Richard Roudebush Veterans Administration Medical Center, as well as pain management and other counseling services.