Hoosier basketball fans lined up in front of Assembly Hall as early as Friday afternoon for Hoosier Hysteria, the kickoff to the basketball season.
Big Red Liquors and tech company Drizly bring alcohol delivery to consumers in the Indianapolis area.
The Jacob School of Music's second production of the season "La Boheme" starts at 8 p.m.
Ball State plans to open Indiana's largest planetarium, taking the University of Notre Dame's spot.
Ancestry.com will digitize more 13 million state records with no cost to the state.
Maj. Gen. R. Martin Umbarger announced Tuesday morning that he will retire next year, after 45 years of service at the Indiana National Guard.
A new report shows art schools have changed their curricula to focus less on artistic technique, and more on skills that could be applied to other careers.
The Indy Honor Flight, a non-profit that takes World War II veterans to Washington D.C., will take 70 veterans to the nation’s capital Saturday.
The Media School was inaugurated today in a special ceremony at Franklin Hall, featuring the dedication of the Ernie Pyle statue.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder today said benefits will be given to same-sex marriages in Indiana, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Nevada, Virginia, Utah, and Colorado.