Water restored after street collapses
A nearly 70-year-old water main's decay led to the collapse of a north-side street Tuesday morning.
US 31 reopening near Indianapolis after 8 months
A stretch of U.S. 31 through the northern suburbs of Indianapolis is reopening after being closed since April.
Ind. homeowner fatally shoots intruder
A man who broke into an Orange County home was fatally shot by the homeowner early Tuesday.
Judge: Apt. complex vacated due to no heat
A judge ruled Tuesday that a north-side apartment complex be vacated due to the lack of heat in the building.
Neighborhood prey to fake Catholic fundraiser
'Tis the season of giving, but when you open up your wallet or checkbook, make sure your donation isn't going to the Grinch.
Center Grove band to march in Macy's parade
A central-Indiana high school marching band have hit the road, headed for the spotlight in a New York City holiday tradition.
As Hagel steps down, replacements emerge
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced his resignation Monday, and two potential candidates to replace him have already emerged.
Paul wants formal war against ISIS
The junior U.S. senator from Kentucky wants a formal declaration of war, something the president and Congress haven't passed since World War II.
Chuck Hagel stepping down 'under pressure'
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is resigning, though reporters are portraying it as a forced move.
President Obama supports Clinton
During President Obama's interview on ABC's "This Week," he said Hillary Clinton would be "a great president" if she decided to run in 2016.
Pence's social conservatism pops up mid-term
Gov. Mike Pence's social conservatism has begun showing up midway through his four-year term following efforts to downplay it the past few years.
New Jersey considering "yes means yes" policy
New Jersey may join California in creating a "yes means yes" policy at state-funded universities that requires verbal consent between sexual partners