ISP says that the driver, 76-year-old Rex Altenburg of Fort Wayne, drove the bus off of the left side of the roadway for an unknown reason, …
A bill meant to give protection to gays and lesbians has been proposed but we don’t know what it says and there is no agreement to pass it.
According to police, one of the restaurant’s waitresses was accused of trying to get more than just a tip by ripping off customers.
According to IMPD, a person was shot in the abdomen in the 100 block of North Euclid Avenue around 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Former Indiana Governor Joe Kernan says the backlash continues to grow every hour of each day, damaging Indiana.
All of central Indiana is under a slight risk for severe thunderstorms.
The pizzeria and ice cream shop, owned by the O’Connor family for nine years, feel they deserve the right to protect the ideals of their rel…
Fans are expected to start arriving in Indianapolis Thursday, with venues opening Friday.
A 70-year-old woman’s apartment was on fire, luckily she was not home at the time.
Motorists should expect to see more traffic for the holiday weekend and the Final Four.
Fans were told to change from bleeding Colts blue to white in a video posted to Twitter.
They say every person should be treated with dignity and respect and that the rights of one person should never be used to deny the rights o…
The move, announced Wednesday, means Herron will be with Indianapolis this season.
GenCon was among the first of many businesses to release a statement that they would consider leaving Indiana if the bill became law.
The Dancing Donut opens Friday in Broad Ripple.
The decision came as Gary Thompson, 44, appeared in court Wednesday for the second time since his arrest in January.
Hutchinson said the bill wasn’t intended to sanction discrimination based on sexual orientation.
They’re dubbed as the solution to the inconvenience selfie sticks can cause because of their size.
We don’t want you to get spoofed, so we scoured the web to give you a heads up on what’s true and what’s truly a joke.
The announcement was made on April Fools Day, but it’s no joke.
The mayor says it could be adopted as early as the council’s regular meeting on Monday.