A central Indiana town’s efforts to save a 100-year-old church are being stymied by a political divide created four decades ago.
State Road 135 was closed Monday at 12 p.m. for a 60-day bridge replacement project.
A letter to parents explained some students and staff may have been exposed to whooping cough.
Flu restrictions were lifted, effective March 1, in accordance with a recommendation from Indianapolis Coalition for Patient Safety.
The University of Notre Dame is making a limited number of tickets publicly available for the memorial service for the Rev. Theodore Hesburg…
Officers found the plastic sour cream container during a search of his car.
The Warrick County Sheriff’s Office says the accident happened about 6:45 a.m. on Monday.
Fans can purchase tickets by visiting IndyIndians.com or calling the Victory Field Box Office at 317-269-2282.
LIVABILITY called the natural amenities of White River State Park and Mass Ave. some of the city’s gems.
The Indiana Supreme Court will consider state appeals to reinstate a synthetic drug ban, at the encouragement of Indiana’s Attorney General.
Colts punter Pat McAfee gave a pre-test pep talk to the students.
The investigation was ongoing in Carthage, which is in the northwestern part of the county.
On March 2, 1965, the movie version of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Broadway musical “The Sound of Music,” had its world premiere.
The University of Indianapolis will be renovating their library, creating a more inviting atmosphere for student and community.