On Wednesday, a tornado described by the National Weather Service as “large and extremely dangerous” tore through central Indiana, overturning cars and leveling a Starbucks store, Weather.com reports. Miraculously, no injuries have been reported.
Indiana passed a law that allows businesses to refuse service based on religious convictions, prompting boycotts of the state's goods and other backlash. Problem is, Indianapolis is one of the motorsport capitals of the world. IndyCar and NASCAR both just said that they want no part of this new "freedom" to…
A big pileup on Interstate 65 near Lafayette, Indiana, closed the highway in both directions this afternoon. Early reports are saying that 30-40 vehicles were potentially involved, but there's no word yet on total injuries.
After seeing an out-of-control semi truck fly across an overpass and spark a massive, pink-colored explosion, I'd say this guy's reaction is pretty appropriate.
A cop in Indiana has temporarily brought the state's vanity plate program to a halt while the state works out the legality of his "0ink" license plate, because people who dole out those plates aren't any fun. What's wrong with a Pig loving his fellow pigs? Just kidding coppers, please don't arrest me.
Indiana, like many states, lets you pick from a variety of specialized license plates that highlight some personal interest of yours, like a noted vampire hunter or your love of driving tiny cars. Indiana Youth Group, an LGBT support organization, wanted to offer a plate as well, but their efforts were repeatedly…
Attention meth cooks and Walter White wannabes: Please don't throw your used meth lab equipment in the trash. They've been known to start fires inside of moving trash trucks.
Recently, we saw a McLaren MP4-12C invade a Toyobaru track day in California. Instead of dominating the day, as it should, the driver put it into a wall.
Whenever something that involves drunkenness, nudity, and cars occurs, we tend to automatically assume that the story is coming from Florida.
Indianapolis might be the best place to participate in a high speed chase and actually get away with it.
An Indiana police officer who pulled someone over with a broken tail light was faced with more than the average traffic stop Friday night when the driver of the white Volvo shot officer Matt Fox repeatedly, striking him in the chest, wrist and neck.
The other week, the mayor of Logansport, IN created a gigantic reserved parking spot for himself after receiving a parking ticket.
The beauty of being the mayor of a small town is that you can find a way to easily get around any laws that you don't like.
Indiana State Police have reached out to Jalopnik readers to help find the 1987-96 Ford pickup shown in an image captured from a homeowner's surveillance camera on Monday morning. Its driver had entered a Lynnville, Ind. home on Monday, taking a gas can and an undisclosed sum of cash.
Alright Jalopnik gumshoes, the police again need your help. This time it's identifying a car involved in a hit-and-run accident in Indiana earlier this week. The last time we did this you were "critical" in helping I.D. a murder suspect, so let's keep it up. UPDATE: The driver turned herself in.
Two lanes of an Indiana interstate already busy with highway traffic were shut down Friday after 40,000 pounds of ice cream spilled from an overturned semi truck.
If the past months have taught us anything, it's that there is no one right way to protest injustice. Conversely, however, there are a myriad of wrong ways to go about it, and Daniel Whitaker of Indianapolis seems to have honed in with remarkable acuity upon one of them.
A report from Indiana shows less teen drivers = less teen driver crashes, kids on cell phones are just awful, and banning teens from driving with other teens/at night doesn't result in less similar accidents, just maybe less pregnancies.
Police in suburban Indianapolis stopped Brandee Polak, 44, on Sunday evening after seeing her 2006 Cadillac Escalade driving erratically. Inside were seven children and eau de Budweiser; Polak later told police she drank six beers before hitting the road.
As investigators attempt to determine the cause of the Transformers 3 accident that sent a 24-year-old extra to hospital with brain injuries, Paramount, the studio behind the film, is suddenly contradicting eyewitness and police reports.