Go Vote Indy is a nonpartisan group of volunteers offering free rides to the polls in Marion County.
Go Vote Indy, a group of volunteers who aim to increase voter registration, education and transportation, are giving voters free rides to polling sites.
The second phase of a two-branch campaign to make Indianapolis more racially equitable kicked off Friday.
After community criticism, the Indianapolis police department announces a new use of force review board containing five civilians and four officers.
Due to its lethal potency, the synthetic opioid named fentanyl has claimed hundreds of Hoosiers’ lives in recent years.
Here’s what we do — and don’t know — about the investigation into false drug test results submitted to the Indiana Department of Child Services.
The issue involves “voided screens,” which indicate the person who was scheduled to be tested failed to appear and give a sample.
Indianapolis recorded its 200th homicide on Tuesday, and while the number is alarming, it may not mean what you think it does.
Colleague says IU cancer researcher David Boothman, who died from hospital drug error, had “a little bit of the mad scientist thing going for him …”
The Indiana National Guard will be deployed to the state’s more than 500 nursing homes in three phases during November.