Fans, family members and players from both teams say they are proud of the team’s patriotic spirit.
The numbers show soccer-related injuries treated in hospital emergency departments have increased 78 percent.
Project 9/11 Indy, the same group that brought the memorial to Indianapolis is now looking to expand.
Kenny Chesney looked right at the boy and his mother knew something big was about to happen.
Police were called to 3006 Holton Avenue around 4 a.m. Sunday for an unknown problem.
A screen-shot of their receipts with the words “another four reasons why I hate black people” was shared on Snapchat.
INSIDE: Listen to IMPD Sgt. Chris Wilburn sing the national anthem.
Markleville police say a 67-year-old man was driving on South State Street Saturday before hitting a utility pole.
One of team USA medals came from diver Steele Johnson who is a Purdue student and Indy native.
Johnson won for the third time in his last eight tournaments, starting with his first major at the U.S. Open.
Alexis Arquette, an actress and transgender activist, died Sunday while surrounded by members of Hollywood’s famous Arquette family.
“I keep going back to the nearly 3,000 people that died that day,” said James Clark.
Did the Colts think they had it won after scoring that touchdown with 17 seconds left?
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The Warner Bros. film cost a reported $60 million to produce and scored particularly well with audiences.
Authorities are investigating a shooting that occurred on I-70 Saturday night that left one man injured.
Jerry Baker, whose son, Jason, was killed in the line of duty, stopped by Daybreak to talk about the annual Beyond the Badge 5K Run & Walk.