Indiana Pacers players and coaches visited the hospital to sign autographs, take pictures and also play some games.
Colts players and Amp Harris Productions are teaming up to raise money for clothes and toys for kids in need this holiday season.
In 2015, the Indiana Transportation Museum said nearly 11,000 people took the “Polar Bear Express.”
Mayor Joe Hogsett said the park is designed to live up to the hope that King still represents today.
The campaign features images of people with tire tracks on their faces.
FedEx, The Christmas Spirit Foundation and Dull’s Tree Farm are kicking off their Trees for Troops campaign.
The first place prize of $30,000 went to Millbrook Dog Park in Raleigh, North Carolina.
It has been a holiday tradition in Indianapolis for 54 years.
The dedication ceremony is set for Friday in Madison, Indiana.
Diabetes is the 7th leading cause of death in the U.S. and is a big source of concern for people of all ages, particularly parents.
The event features 30 restaurants, breweries and wineries.
200 electricians put 4,784 lights and worked with two miles of garland and six miles of electrical wire.
“It feels almost like a Hollywood runway with the lights and the music.”
“I’m very proud of these students and young adults,” Morgan said. “I thank them from the bottom of my heart.”