A tribal village and casino is being proposed by the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi for the northern Indiana city.
Excursions Inc. is the company involved in Thursday’s roll over on I-56 that carried several members of Indiana Tech’s bowling teams.
Families eligible for the city’s grant must live in Marion County, have an income below 185 percent of the federal poverty level and the child must be at least 3 but younger than 5 by Aug. 1.
The company announced Wednesday it has agreed to pay $5.725 billion to acquire the company that currently hold the Toll Road lease.
Some of the employees found out their identities had been stolen after receiving tax returns in the form of pre-paid cards that had already been used.
Indiana State Police said speed and fog may have been the cause.
A Democratic representative from Indianapolis connected to the woman who was involved in the Anthony Weiner scandal.
In the basement of the Fishers library, the entrepreneurial co-working space Launch Fishers caters to its 450 members, there are options for working that include standing desks and walking treadmill desks.
A Senate committee is scheduled to hear testimony Tuesday afternoon from school officials on the House-backed funding plan that would shift tens of millions of dollars to growing suburban districts.
Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard, who’s a retired Marine Corps officer, announced Friday the city was launching the new program to aid veterans in Indianapolis who are either homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Each organization will receive a check at a reception Tuesday ranging from $500 to $1,000 in grant money from the Indiana First Lady’s Charitable Foundation.\
A local group’s urging the state to not compare this year’s ISTEP scores to last year’s. That’s because the test this year is different due to new state standards.