One message compared black welfare recipients to mixed-breed dogs.
For the last two weeks, about 20 volunteers have been leaving special bars of soap at some hotels and motels across the city.
The state had the lowest turnout rate in the nation last year, with just over 28 percent of eligible voters casting a ballot.
The block party is a three day music festival free for fans as part of the Final Four celebration.
The crash caused a gas leak and knocked over a light pole.
The Mad Ants kicked off the final weekend of the regular season with a 98-91 win over the Central Division champions, Sioux Falls on Friday night.
With two weeks until the start of the playoffs, the Komets extended their win streak to three with a 4-1 win over the Elmira Jackals on Friday night.
In its continued effort to reduce the city’s homeless population, a local non-profit opened a new home Friday. Vincent Village opened its 33rd rental home in its program that helps families become homeowners.
Taxes are due Wednesday, April 15th.
The Indianapolis Colts have found another potential starting safety in free agency, agreeing to terms with Dwight Lowery
Indiana lawmakers are working on other major bills before the legislation session ends on April 29.
Whether it is professional basketball or as Army Reserve officer Warsaw native Marshall Plumlee has big plans after he graduates from Duke University.