The Colts (5-2) capped their first shutout since Dec. 28, 2008 with a goal-line stand midway through the fourth quarter and allowed just 135…
Indiana has shifted from using its own eligibility determination process for receiving Medicaid disability benefits.
Officials waited longer than usual to decide whether or not the roof would be open for Sunday’s game.
The American Heart Association is looking for women in Indiana to serve as ambassadors at events next year.
Patty Spitler explains how pets are coming to the rescue of war veterans.
A new program uses high-tech robotic simulators to teach them how to deal with urgent medical issues.
Mayor Ballard joined officials to reveal preparations for what they term “the unlikely event someone contracts Ebola in Indianapolis”.
The proposed ordinance would require owners to spay or neuter their dogs and cats by the time they are 9 months old.
Police say a suspect in a GameStop robbery on the south side, pointed a gun at them. That’s when, they say, they fired shots at him.
“Unfortunately what’s happening in Syria is war. By all means, war,” said Wael Bakdash, President of the Indiana Chapter of SAMS
The incident happened in the 3700 block of East Street on the city’s south side.
The ruling won’t affect the November general election because a stay is in place.
The school says the project began eight years ago when 1964 alumnus Ron Scott challenged his 1964 classmates to give a large and memorable r…
The Irvington Halloween Fest kicked off Saturday with a pumpkin carving contest for all ages.