Indiana health officials offer more guidance to schools as students return to class

Schools can stay open as long as every person does the responsible thing, the state health commissioner explained on Wednesday.

  Indiana’s reopening plan not moving forward until late-August, Gov. Holcomb says

Ex-Indiana Gov. Kernan, who was a Vietnam POW, dies at 74

  Face coverings required for most Ind. residents starting next week, Gov. Holcomb says

  Community grieving after teen’s shooting death at HS graduation party

  Dillsboro man charged with murder of son’s friend

Person in custody after man shot, killed, sheriff says

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  Indiana’s reopening plan remains paused, Gov. Eric Holcomb announces

Two teens, two children die in Wayne County crash, troopers say

  Indiana puts the brakes on reopening plan

  1 killed, several injured in Franklin Co., Indiana barn fire

  Indiana’s hands-free driving law takes effect

Woman killed in crash with wrong-way driver, Dearborn County sheriff says

Sheriff’s office ID’s motorcyclist killed in Dearborn County crash

The Dearborn County Sheriff’s Office has identified a man who was killed in a motorcycle crash.

  Gov. Eric Holcomb announces Indiana COVID-19 Rental Assistance Program

As of June 23, Indiana reported 281 new positive cases and 9 deaths from the coronavirus

Seventh person arrested in connection with Dearborn Co. hotel drug ring, prosecutor says

The drug dealing investigation was spurred by a fire alarm at the Baymont Inn in Greendale on May 4

  Photographer claims her support of Black Lives Matter caused client to cancel wedding contract

The photographer showed FOX19 NOW a text message exchange between herself and her now former client.

  ISDH: Study shows decrease in active coronavirus infections, increase in people with antibodies

2 Indiana cops arrested for obstruction of justice after investigation, prosecutor says

Hoosiers 80 or older now least tested age group for coronavirus, ISDH data shows

IN, OH reporting more than 40K coronavirus cases statewide

ISP: Man running from authorities hit by deputy’s vehicle during chase

Indiana reaches nearly 40K total positive COVID-19 cases

432 new cases, 17 new deaths of COVID-19 in Indiana

The Indiana State Department of Health reported that as of Friday, there are 432 new positive COVID-19 cases and 17 new deaths.

  Indiana to expand COVID-19 testing to all at OptumServe sites

Anyone can get tested regardless if they have symptoms or fall into a risk category.

  Indiana to reopen more businesses sooner than planned

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb is reopening some businesses on Friday, June 12 instead of Sunday, June 14.

Coronavirus cases in Indiana surpass 38K total

430 new cases were reported by the ISDH on Tuesday.

1 dead in Dearborn County motorcycle crash

The crash occurred around 10:30 p.m. Sunday evening.

Ohio reports more new COVID-19 cases, deaths than Indiana on Monday

Ohio's latest data shows that the state has more new cases and deaths from the coronavirus than Indiana.

Man claimed he was robbed at gunpoint now facing charges himself

The man was arrested on charges related to drug possession and dealing.

4 killed after head-on crash in Indiana, state police say

ISP says speeding is believed to be a factor in the crash.

  Indiana’s governor addresses plan for schools to reopen

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb says the plan is to reopen schools by July 1.

2020 Indiana State Fair canceled

The 2020 Indiana State Fair has been canceled due to COVID-19 concerns

Indiana health officials confirm 452 additional COVID-19 cases

The Indiana State Department of Health confirmed Thursday that there are 452 more COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of cases to 36,096.

More than 500 new coronavirus cases reported in Indiana

Indiana has now reported more than 35,700 cases of the coronavirus.

  Indiana delayed primary marked by changes in voting; get election results here

Indiana’s first election to feature widespread mail-in balloting took place Tuesday due to coronavirus concerns

Indiana’s positive testing rates continue to trail Ohio, Kentucky

Thirteen percent of Indiana's tests performed have come back positive.

COVID update for Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana

Data out of each state shows they continue to battle the novel coronavirus.

Just 6 new COVID deaths reported Sunday in Ohio

Data released Sunday shows declining cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions.

ISP: Murder suspect arrested after man shot, killed

19-year-old Indiana man shot and killed Thursday night.

37 new COVID-19 deaths reported in Indiana

242,287 tests have been reported to ISDH, up from 235,333 on Wednesday.

  Indiana reports 370 new coronavirus cases, 21 deaths on Wednesday

The state health department reports more than 300 new cases and 20 deaths on Wednesday.

  Coronavirus cases in Indiana surpass 32K total

The new cases reported on Tuesday pushed the state past 32,000 total cases.

Hoosiers 80 or older account for more than half of state’s total coronavirus deaths

The state health department says Hoosiers 80 or older account for the highest percentage of deaths but are among the least tested age groups.

Highpoint Health to merge with St. Elizabeth Healthcare

St. Elizabeth Healthcare and Highpoint Health have signed a Letter of Intent outlining an agreement to integrate Highpoint Health and its associated physician group, Highpoint Health Physician Partners, into the St. Elizabeth system.

  Indiana enters third stage of reopening economy

Gov. Eric Holcomb discussed on Friday the third stage of reopening Indiana's economy.

  Gyms, pools, more businesses in Indiana to reopen earlier than expected

Stage three will begin Friday, May 22 instead of May 24, the governor announced during his Wednesday update.

New coronavirus cases in Indiana decrease for third straight day

Tuesday's newly reported numbers show a decrease in new cases for the third consecutive day.

  Indiana reports first case of coronavirus-related syndome that affects kids

The state health commissioner says a large number of kids have probably already been infected, but they didn't become seriously ill.

West Harrison man killed in motorcycle crash

The sheriff’s office said the crash happened on US 52 in front of Hirlinger Chevrolet around 1:30 p.m.

Here’s what’s open in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana

Each state its own reopening stages and dates.

Mother denies giving 3-year-old son methadone prior to his death

The charges stem from the death of the 3-year-old in January at a home in Dearborn County.

Indiana: 1,508 total COVID-19 deaths, 26,053 total cases

Indiana health officials say the majority of those who tested positive in the FOX19 viewing area are between the ages of 50 and 59.

  Fire in downtown Dillsboro displaces 3 families

Three families were displaced after a building fire in downtown Dillsboro Wednesday night.

  Tri-State woman charged in death of 3-year-old son

The toxicology report shows the boy had 380 units of methadone in his system when he died.

  Hoosiers 80 and older account for almost half of state’s overall coronavirus deaths

Even though Hoosier 80 and older account for almost 50% of the overall deaths, they account for the second-lowest percentage of the total tests.

Dearborn County launching coronavirus testing site Wednesday

It's part of the state’s “large scale testing effort,” the Indiana State Health Department says.

Indiana surpasses 24K COVID-19 cases

There have been 1,411 deaths in Indiana as a result of the coronavirus

Hotel drug ring uncovered after fire alarm brings police to suspects’ room, prosecutor says

Police were called to the hotel room after the fire chief found narcotics inside the hotel room, the county prosecutor says.

  Indiana restaurants, hair salons, barber shops reopen Monday

Restaurants and bars that serve food may open at 50% capacity with operational limitations

  Churches allowed to reopen in Indiana, but not all of them are

Even those whose doors are now open have many precautions in place.

  Indiana’s COVID-19 daily death toll declines

The Indiana State Department of Health reported that there are 13 total daily reported deaths since Thursday- a 14 person decrease since Wednesday.

Dearborn County to provide indoor COVID-19 testing

Dearborn County will now have an indoor COVID-19 testing site in Lawrenceburg thanks to Mayor Mollaun and Lawrenceburg City Council.

  Indiana reports 862 new coronavirus cases, 51 deaths

The new cases reported on Wednesday are the first increase in daily cases since April 30.

  Indiana reports another day of decreased new coronavirus cases

Tuesday is now the fourth straight day the state health department has reported a decrease in the number of new coronavirus cases.

  Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb discusses next reopening stage

Indiana now has more than 20,000 total coronavirus cases.

  These Tri-State businesses reopen Monday

Each state has a plan

Suspect identified, arrested in multi-state police pursuit leading to SWAT standoff in Louisville

LMPD received calls for assistance from ISP on a police pursuit headed into Louisville from Southern Indiana Saturday morning.

How Indiana’s reopening will affect summer recreation

Hoosiers may get a summer break filled with outdoor activities and sports after all

  Governor announces reopening dates for restaurants, bars, salons in Indiana

Governor Holcomb unveiled his "Back on Track" plan to reopen the Hoosier State.

  Indiana reports decline in new coronavirus cases for second straight day

The total number of coronavirus cases in the Hoosier State is now at 17,182.

  Coronavirus testing site coming to Fayette County, ISDH announces

The Fayette County testing site will run for eight hours each day and go Monday through Friday.

  Nearly 16,000 coronavirus cases diagnosed in Indiana

Indiana is on the verge of 16,000 total cases

Ranking: Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana lag national average in coronavirus testing

The case data is promising. The testing data is not. Here's what each state is doing about it.

  Gov. Holcomb signs executive order to resume elective medical procedures starting Sunday

Governor Eric Holcomb signed an order that will allow health care providers and medical facilities to resume elective medical procedures starting Sunday at 11:59 p.m.

  Tri-State man recovering from coronavirus after near-death hospital stay

Rick Moerlein was in a coma for 12 days. Doctors told him he easily could have died.

  Hoosiers over 80 account for more than 40 percent of state’s coronavirus deaths, ISDH reports

Even though Hoosiers over the age of 80 only make up 10 percent of total cases, they still represent the highest percentage of deaths from the coronavirus.

  Indiana coronavirus cases surpass 12,000; 61 new deaths reported

The ISDH said Tuesday's number should not be seen as a decline in the coronavirus cases in Indiana.

  Stay-At-Home order extended, modified for Indiana, Holcomb announces

On Monday, Governor Holcomb announced the extension and slight modification to Indiana's Stay-At-Home order.

  Coronavirus coverage: What you need to know for Friday, April 17

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Murder warrant issued for death of woman found shot in Northside

The man is considered armed and dangerous.