Police say a resident called 911 and said he came home and found Story dead in his house.
Officer Andy Strong went down the sewer and caught the kitten. He then handed it to those waiting above.
“We can’t afford to stop building. We can’t afford to stop dreaming where we want to go,” said Mayor Greg Ballard
The company says no one was believed to be hurt and the damage appeared to be limited to the facilities.
One letter sent to Robert Willits says this issue is causing “immeasurable harm.”
The Halloween Projector Flashlight can overheat, melting the plastic and burning anyone holding it.
Lawyers say they’ve filed 19 new lawsuits and a complaint with the Indiana Attorney General’s office against three northwestern Indiana card…
Kids Dance Outreach is a free program, for kids at Indianapolis public and charter schools.
Bill Perkins, a local media buyer with 40 years of experience, calls this “the most nothing year” he’s ever seen.
The $30 million development has drawn criticism from some Broad Ripple residents and nearby business owners as being out of character with t…