Durham was found guilty in 2012 for running a Ponzi scheme that defrauded more than 5,000 investors through his Akron, Ohio-based company, Fair Finance.
Michael Warren’s project, which he calls Open Source roads, reveals a lot about the different ways residents and governments try to care for their communities.
The primary message was an attack on President Trump, for what Sanders says is a failure to act on campaign promises to prevent jobs from leaving the country.
Wayne Township Schools and the Indiana Department of Education put together a live stream with lessons on the solar eclipse Monday.
Police arrested Anthony Ventura Saturday in Garfield Park, where a granite tower lists the names of Confederate prisoners who died at the city's Camp Morton.
Democrats on the Indianapolis City-County Council are calling for the relocation of a Confederate monument in a city park.
The new program is a partnership between the Indiana National Guard, Fairbanks Drug and Alcohol Treatment and Community Health Network.
An Indianapolis charter school is the first in the country to use a virtual reality program to teach science to high school students.
Police say an officer was hit and injured by a car before he fired at least one shot at the fleeing vehicle outside an Indianapolis hospital.
Jason D. Brown of Indianapolis is charged with felony murder count in the July 27 killing of Southport police Lt. Aaron Allan.