From now until May 8, people can submit a photo of their mom with a Prairie Farms product to be entered in a drawing for free milk for a year.
The 39th running OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon took over downtown Indianapolis Saturday.
The Y enrolls more than 900,000 children at its summer camps, offers reading and math programs, and serves meals to 150,000 children from low-income families in the summer.
Hundreds of people, including many in period costume, have crowded into a train station to watch a replica of Abraham Lincoln’s coffin be carried off a funeral car.
The runner’s daughter is determined to find the mystery man and has taken to social media asking for other’s help in finding him.
It’s been five months since the H5N2 bird flu virus was discovered in the United States, and producers have lost 21 million birds in the Midwest alone.
Clapton didn’t say much to the audience during the two-hour long concert, but towards the end he thanked them and said it was his best birthday ever.
Celebrate bikes, art, music and theatre in Fort Wayne with this month long event leading up to Fort Wayne’s festival season.
The thousands of marchers will hit the streets this weekend to celebrate criminal charges filed against officers involved in Freddie Gray’s arrest.
Leaders in communities that have adopted protections say they need to send an important message that people are welcome in Indiana.
One of the most-watched races will be in Indianapolis, where voters will decide which candidates will vie to replace Mayor Greg Ballard.
The walk scheduled for later in May will help raise funds for education and research for those diseases that impact more than 40,000 Hoosiers.