Sen. Mike Braun supports taking a confirmation vote on President Donald Trump’s eventual nominee to replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Indianapolis will not buy roughly 80 charging stations left by the failed electric car sharing service BlueIndy.
A cavalcade of recreational options will be offered at Geist Waterfront Park, a combination of the nautical and natural.
Indianapolis closed Mass Ave. and other roads to vehicles during the coronavirus pandemic. Some businesses loved it. Here’s why it can’t continue.
Dr. Woody Myers’ campaign for governor lost out on key endorsements and funding from organizations that backed the Democratic nominee four years ago.
As districts go from fully virtual to hybrid schedules, it’s also splitting students into two groups —in-person parttime and always virtual.
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Sgt. Grace Sibley talked to reporters about the shootings of three people on Indianapolis’ east side on Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020. IMPD officers shot one armed suspect at the scene who fired at police, she said.
Indianapolis police were involved in a shooting Sunday afternoon on the city’s Eastside.
Here are the latest Indiana coronavirus cases and deaths reported Sunday, Sept. 20, by the Indiana State Department of Health.
The crash happened at about 9:15 p.m. and shut down East 21st Street for more than an hour. IMPD says the driver of the pick-up is cooperating.