The organization is trying to raise $1.2 million to cover the cost of operations.
Neighbors say, the way they’ve come together is one of the good things to come out of a lot of tragedy.
A no-cost driving course that includes a high-tech driving simulator is helping keep teen drivers safer.
Larger vehicles with higher ground clearance are more susceptible to being targeted than cars that are lower to the ground.
Indy Walkways is looking for input. They want to know how best to apply what’s worked downtown to other parts of the city.
24-Hour News 8 has a crew headed to the scene and will update this story as more information is available.
The store’s staff has been trained on how to deal with abuse victims of all ages.
U.S. Army Veteran Tim Senkowski lost both of his legs, and one of his friends, after an explosion in 2011. What he didn’t lose was the suppo…
Outgoing Speaker John Boehner announced the election of a new Speaker will take place next Wednesday.
Brooks said she’s been spending hours going over emails and documents from the State Department in preparation.
A third charge, possession of an altered handgun, was dropped.
Police are reviewing evidence and are asking anyone who may have damage to their property to contact Detective Ray Tice at 317-346-1143.
Indianapolis movie buffs celebrated the date in a number of ways.
“Damage included broken windows, broken flower pots and trashcans and cut tires on vehicles.”