Dixon has pole, Alonso has spotlight for wide-open Indy 500

With no clear favorite, questions about Honda’s reliability, Penske’s power and newcomer Fernando Alonso’s lack of experience in this race, there could be a surprise winner in “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.”

Two IU students stay 48 hours in a Walmart

The two slept on store shelves hidden by boxes at a Walmart in central Indiana and the video of their stunt on YouTube has garnered them national attention.

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Indiana sues 2 former school administrators for $3M

The suit alleges the former Munster Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent received more than $850,000 in overpayments to their annuities, salary and stipend, and other items between 1999 and 2014.

What Indy 500 fans at track need to know

The speedway does not announce actual attendance figures, but Doug Boles said the crowd will be the best in 15 years, excepting last year’s 100th running, which was a record crowd of about 350,000.

Public safety officials address Speedway security concerns

Several police departments involved with Sunday’s 101st running of the Indianapolis 500 issued a statement Wednesday to answer questions they’ve received regarding security efforts before and the day of the race.

Indiana to receive over $600,000 in Target settlement

Target’s breach, which occurred between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15 of 2013, affected more than 41 million customer payment card accounts and exposed contact information for more than 60 million customers.