Colts owner Jim Irsay will appear in court on August 28 for two counts of impaired driving on August.
A new facility in Indianapolis opened today combining mental health and primary care services for some three-thousand homeless in Indiana.
A charter board has approved an expansion plan for the Indianapolis charter school Carpe Diem, which uses traditional instruction alongside digital lessons.
Legislators are gathering in Indianapolis today to lay the groundwork for a constitutional convention aimed at addressing government overreach.
The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled against a southeast side Indianapolis district's transportation policy, the latest in an ongoing saga over busing fees.
Several Indianapolis Public School teachers have ideas for their next contract, which could change the way they get paid.
The event at the Insurance Accounting and Systems Association's business show in Indianapolis is not open to the public.
After a rejected, Super Bowl bid, The Big Ten is tapping Indianapolis to host 14 championship events over the next eight years.
A court order asks the BMV to suspend Colts owner Jim Irsay's driver's license for refusing a blood test after being arrested for driving while intoxicated.
A memorial was dedicated today in honor of the 600 patients who died at Central State Hospital between 1848 and 1947.