Family members come from Georgia, Virginia, Colorado, Alabama and Texas, all to bond at the mini marathon.
The 39th running OneAmerica 500 Festival Min-Marathon takes over downtown Indianapolis Saturday morning.
The new campaign enlisting posters, door decals, flyers and digital Wi-Fi messages at travel plazas also urges travelers to get tested for HIV.
Governor Pence visited the region Friday for the first time since the fallout from the Religious Freedom Act.
In a candid conversation about the last legislative session, State Sen. Ron Alting says he’s ashamed of his vote for the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
A new law inspired by a strange turn of events, which allowed the rapist of an Indiana college student to walk free, extends the time frame for prosecuting some rape cases.
The State Superintendent issued a statement following the end of the legislative assembly where lawmakers approved a bill to strip Ritz of some of her authority on the State Board of Education.
Gregg said he’s running for governor because current Governor Mike Pence has given the state a “bad name.”
Opponents have argued that the bill could hinder drug-treatment efforts and create a legal defense for people arrested for possessing drug paraphernalia. But health officials repeatedly cited studies showing that needle exchanges are effective tools in curbing outbreaks.
The Lincoln funeral train arrived in Indianapolis at Union Station on April 30, 1865.
Lawmakers have approved a deal to allow Indiana’s riverboat casinos to build on-land facilities, but live dealers won’t be working table games anytime soon at the state’s two horse track casinos.
The $31 billion state spending plan endorsed Wednesday night includes modest increases in school funding that direct more money to growing suburban school districts.