The interview proved to be the most nerve-racking the reporter had over decades of experience.
As far as telling how she became injured, officials may never know.
The money goes into a pool used by 17 local organizations to provide direct services to the more than 8,000 people living on the streets.
Officers said after the crash, the man got out of the car, grabbed his license plate and ran away.
It was the no-kill animal shelter’s second time competing in the non-profit bracket challenge.
Lack of funding is to blame for the closure that’s scheduled in May.
Ballard anticipates a public-private partnership for the project. he said, twice, Indianapolis has said it would go ahead with the construct…
Traffic engineers say it may take drivers some time to adapt to seeing a one column signal verses the doghouse shaped ones.
Thanks to a new grant program called Indy CARES, several more AEDs are placed around our community.
According to police, a Village Pantry on Madison Avenue was robbed on March 19 around 12 a.m. On Friday police received information about th…
For 44 years Assembly hall has much looked exactly the same, but that’s about to change.
Detectives say teens as young as 14 from all over the state of Indiana, appear on the site.
The amount of money fraudulently obtained by the women totaled more than $100,000, according to the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office.
Some cases have been reported in Indiana but pet owners can take steps to protect their furry friends.