Television’s annual celebration of itself is always a big night, but performers and shows this time could be setting records and making breakthroughs.
The Indianapolis gymnastics coach trained two members of the 2008 U.S. women’s Olympics team.
The EPA said Friday that VW used software that allowed its diesel cars to release fewer smog-causing pollutants during tests than in real-world driving conditions.
The district attorney said the shooting stems from a domestic issue and race was not a factor.
Brian Kelly and the Notre Dame football program announced on Sunday that safety Drue Tranquill will miss the rest of the season after tearing his ACL in his right knee during Saturday’s win over Georgia Tech.
In the Mid-American Conference opener, the Ball State football team pulled off a 28-17 victory over host Eastern Michigan. The Cardinals trailed 17-0 midway through the second quarter before rolling off 28 straight points.
Officers in central Indiana attempted to make contact with an armed man for about nine hours before he came out of a residence and fired at police.
It’s harvest time in northeast Indiana and that includes the grape crop.
The Federal Reserve decided not to increase interest rates on Thursday, September 18th and one economist says this is good for the economy.
Dunkin’ Donuts’ stopped by First News to debut this year’s seasonal treats.
CEO Jamie Dimon noted that JPMorgan doesn’t give to presidential candidates.
The Vatican has long opposed the U.S. trade embargo on the grounds that it hurts ordinary Cubans most, and is clearly hopeful that detente will eventually lead to a lifting of sanctions.