The left lane and right lanes near 116th Street were closed while crews cleaned up the accident.
The store is directing customers to visit other locations.
The Department of Public Works will start repairing the worst of the worst city streets the first week of March.
“A lot of times you don’t know you feel bad until you feel better.”
Staff says business is steaming thanks to the cold weather. The restaurant serves about a dozen different types of soup each day.
Some schools are alerting parents to small things they can do at home to make sure students feel okay going into the day.
According to a police report, officers arrested several kids, one as young as 8 years old.
Six new boilers were installed. The problem is when the heat was turned back on, pipes that had cracks in them thawed which led to the leaks…
If approved, Angie’s List has committed to investing $44 million in the city of Indianapolis.
The family has requested privacy at this time, but they wanted to share their appreciation toward IMPD for saving their lives.
The fire was contained to one apartment, but a second apartment had smoke damage.
The announcement follows a year of growth in the video game industry.
“Francis” Jake, a Percheron/Appaloosa Cross, has been with IMPD’s Mounted Patrol Unit for 11 years.
Demonstrators at the Statehouse ask lawmakers to consider bills raising the minimum wage.