Carmel is a step closer to passing more legal protections for the LGBT community.
Some Indiana mayors are urging to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to take a stronger stand for clean air.
Replacing stop lights with roundabouts saves the city of Carmel and its residents nearly $200,000 per year.
Indiana University announces an eight-year apparel contract with Adidas; the Carmel City Council has postponed a vote on an anti-discrimination ordinance
The law would allow the city to levy fines of up to $500 for every day a denial of service took place against a member of the LGBT community.
Carmel's City Council is expected to vote on an anti-discrimination ordinance; racing has resumed at a Terre Haute track evacuated after a chemical spill.
Mark Leonard was found guilty in the Richmond Hill explosion trial; the public can tour the first Mormon temple in Indiana. Read more in our morning roundup.
Jim Irsay cannot attend NFL games until October 9 because after he pleaded guilty to impaired driving.
Having taught without a contract for more than a year, all but one member of the Carmel teachers union voted to reject the school district’s latest offer.
Geico is renovating 109,000 square feet of space to open a new office in Carmel.