Now in its fourth year, leaders say they’ve expanded activities to include as many people as possible
If you drive or walk past the canal downtown, you may notice something a little different.
A trial for a man accused of fatally shooting a University of Southern Indiana student has been rescheduled for early next year.
The Zone returns to air on WISH-TV on Friday nights at 11:08.
The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons has won the Nobel Peace Prize.
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed sanctuary state legislation Thursday that extends protections for immigrants living in the United States …
Garth Brooks and his wife, Trisha Yearwood, had his first show in Indianapolis in 21 years.
Parents and community members in Muncie had a chance to learn more about the future of Muncie Community Schools on Thursday.
Vice President Mike Pence received some unsolicited advice as he prepared to survey Hurricane Maria’s fury in Puerto Rico.
President Donald Trump delivered a foreboding message Thursday night.
Megan Woodward leaves behind a husband, Wes, and two children.
The NFL released a statement Wednesday saying that Newton’s response to the question was “just plain wrong and disrespectful to the exceptio…
Some died with loved ones, some with friends. Others were with “framily” — friends they considered family — when they were shot and killed.
State police investigation involved fraudulent construction loans.
Indy is hosting its third winless team in four weeks.
Young people eligible for renewed protection from deportation had yet to submit their applications by deadline.
So, what’s the secret to staying in Broad Ripple? “Good customer service. Good food.”