Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Officer Candy Perry introduced WISH-TV to the family.
Santa and Mrs. Claus are scheduled to stop by Riley at 9 a.m.
They wanted to show people around the world that their town is accepting of all races and religious beliefs and felt this was the right way …
The saying goes, there’s no place like home for the holidays, but those courageously serving our country don’t always get the chance to cele…
Warming centers are drop in areas for people who need to visit during cold temperatures. Registration is not required.
Indiana students have until the end of the year to apply for a new scholarship aimed at attracting future teachers.
This year’s program cost approximately $20,000, according to IMPD.
The volunteers packed 900 kits Tuesday evening for those in need.
Meals for families and coats for children were among the things officers distribute Tuesday.
Free rides home will once again be offered to those who’ve been drinking or are impaired this holiday season.
“I couldn’t thank them enough. It’s pretty much like they gave me my life back.”
Mayor Greg Goodnight says the response from private and public entities “has been tremendous.”
The Lilly Endowment has awarded creativity fellowships to 100 K-12 educators across Indiana.
Officials with the collegiate sports organization are set to present an award to Pete Frates on Tuesday at his home in Beverly, Massachusett…