Investigators are searching for gas leaks along pipelines running through the neighborhood but still have not found a leak.
The cause of Saturday night's explosion that killed two people and damaged 126 homes is still unknown.
Financier Tim Durham's lawyer says the government's recommendation of up to 225 years in prison is unreasonable, considering the severity of the convictions.
The Indianapolis-based drug manufacturer plans to expand its insulin manufacturing facility.
The Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana joined a suit that alleges Bank of America failed to upkeep houses in minority neighborhoods.
Tobin succeeds Archbishop Daniel Buechlein who retired 13 months ago for health reasons.
John McCain and Lindsey Graham are two of the latest prominent national political figures to campaign for Indiana’s Senate candidates.
The agreement made with the Indianapolis musicians union cuts the workers' pay by almost a third for the first year of the contract.
Former president Bill Clinton spoke at a rally Friday in support of Indiana's Democratic candidates.
The Indiana State Fair brought in about $100,000 less than expected, which officials attribute to low concert attendance and a hot summer.