The Indianapolis Colts teamed up with “Sheltering Wings” and Meijer to provide shopping sprees to 10 families subjected to domestic violence…
IMPD is increasing its presence in the Castleton area with an operation named “Holiday Helper.”
Some people living in the Woods of North Kessler neighborhood said they are not giving up until the person responsible is caught.
Police say the worst thing to do has been popularized on the Internet.
In addition to more officers, a new route has been added for vehicles to leave the parking lots in Whitestown.
Colts linebacker Jerrell Freeman and team cheerleaders were on hand to take pictures, sign autographs, and meet with fans.
IMPD worked with neighbors to provide real answers to their concerns right away.
Damien Center officials are hoping more people are willing to get tested.
IMPD does not believe it is connected to the murder of Amanda Blackburn.
There are tickets for sale now on the Indians website.
Homicide detectives were called to the scene to investigate.
It’s called an ALL-IN Block Party and Indianapolis is one of 17 communities around Indiana hosting one.
Officials broke ground on a new 400,000-square-foot plant that will be built in the Flagship Industrial Park near Nestle.
Robert Kennedy was found hiding in an east side basement. He was arrested for a separate case that included a fraud investigation.