Crews were called to a vacant building at Sumner Avenue and Shelby Street just after 8 a.m.
A court said NCAA athletes are not employees and are not entitled to minimum wage.
A group rallied at the Statehouse Thursday morning pushing to raise the tobacco tax 2.5 times higher than its current level.
Testimony continues in the sentencing hearing of Selena Hall.
House Republicans are laying the groundwork for a fresh effort to overhaul the food stamp program during Donald Trump’s presidency.
A male juvenile is accused of making threats to a local school on social media.
Indiana health officials say the state has awarded nearly $13 million to programs aimed at reducing the state’s infant mortality rate.
The agency says it knows more about how some thieves are easily breaking into cars.
Emergency crews were called to the 17200 block of Gunther Boulevard around 2:30 p.m. Wednesday.
A Hendricks County woman is motivating an entire town to come together and provide a Merry Christmas to several families in need.
The home was melted by fire, and charred by the blaze. It’s a painful reminder to Morgan of what happened to her friend.
An artist is fighting back against racist graffiti by spreading positive messages through art.
The ceremony is considered to be the transition from Cub Scouts to Explorers and allows the participants to become more engaged in a career …
An Indianapolis man is now charged with the murder of Renia Woods.
The ruling seals Republican Donald Trump’s narrow victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton for Michigan’s 16 electoral votes.
A plaque now hangs at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff’s Office recognizing the inmate for his maintenance and cleaning work he has done at the…
The roundabout would replace the lights at the middle intersection, Madison Avenue.