The Justice Department says it will offer its resources to help 12 U.S. cities fight violent crime, including Indianapolis.
The Indiana Court of Appeals recently upheld a Marion County decision that directed FLM LLC to clean up a man-made hill of fine, black sand in Indianapolis.
The IU Natatorium and Office of Sustainability earned the designation after hosting the first zero-waste Olympic event last year.
The grants will be used to fund creative projects that address anti-Muslim prejudice in the Greater Indianapolis area.
The Indianapolis Re-Entry Educational Facility will close after just more than seven years of operation.
An “idle” patch of green space between I-65 and I-70 will now be devoted to watching traffic.
Evansville Bishop Charles C. Thompson will become the new Archbishop of Indianapolis.
UPS says the new facility also will allow it to increase flexibility for routing packages.
Borshoff employees can bring their babies to work from the age of six weeks to six months.
David Bisard was on duty with a blood alcohol level of 0.19 percent when his cruiser plowed into a group of motorcycles in 2010.